Aunty Leanne King is a Dhurug Elder, who runs Wollombi Aboriginal Cultural Experience and is Westpac’s Elder-in-Residence. The Davidson Institute’s Lisa Gissing talks to Aunty Leanne about her business journey and her thoughts on NAIDOC 2023.Listen now
Samantha Campbell and Gabrielle Fry, own and operate Coolamon Creative, a small creative business, based in Alice Springs. Both sisters share a strong passion for visual storytelling. They talk candidly to Lisa Gissing from Westpac’s Davidson Institute about the lessons learnt and why finance education is so important in business.Listen now
Cara Peek is a multi-award-winning social disruptor from Remote Northern Australia. She identifies as many things, a Yawuru/Bunuba woman, a successful lawyer, a diverse entrepreneurial leader, and an innovative Cultural Intelligence Strategist.
The Davidson Institute’s Lisa Gissing talks to Cara about her journey and her thoughts on NAIDOC 2022.Listen now
The Davidson Institute’s Lisa Gissing talks to Shantelle Thompson, founder of Kiilalaana Foundation which strives to empower, guide and connect Aboriginal women and girls to their Warrior Heart, healing and culture. Shantelle shares her story and how she is creating a safe space for First Nations young women to come together to strengthen their identity and connection to culture.Listen now
Melinda Brown is a Ngunnawal woman and is the Director of Spirit Dreaming Education and Training Solutions and Australian Family Group Conferencing. She speaks with Lisa Gissing about what she loves most about being a business owner and the importance of cash flow.Listen now
Trish Frail, owner and operator of Thulii Ngemba café in Brewarina in North West NSW has converted her backyard into a café that specialises in cooking everything with a native ingredient. She shares her business lessons learnt and the joy she has in being a business owner.Listen now