Tue May 31 2022 at 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm

Inparrila | Adelaide

The Wyatt Trust
Publisher/HostThe Wyatt Trust
‘BE BRAVE AND MAKE CHANGE’ - An opportunity to demonstrate reconciliation with Aboriginal people.
About this Event

On behalf of Wyatt CEO, Stacey Thomas and Wyatt Chair, Anne McCutcheon,

We invite you to join us for a special event to celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2022

Our Guest Speaker, Alex Hill, will recount his story of early adoption and the later discovery of his Aboriginal heritage. Alex has rediscovered his original family and integrated into his culture.

Alex Hill is a proud Aboriginal man from the Yamatji Nation of the Pilbara region of Western Australia, having served his country as a member of the Defence Force (RAAF) for 21 years, Alex still continuing to utilise his knowledge within the Airline Industry.

Alex has previously worked in NGOs such as Career Employment Group as an employment consultant and continuing onto a similar role at Tauondi Aboriginal College. Alex is currently working within St Johns Youth Service Senior Management as the Aboriginal Culture Broker and supporting our First Nations clientele within the social services sector.

He currently is Deputy Chair of Port Adelaide Enfield Council Aboriginal Advisory Panel and an active board member of Turkindi Aboriginal & Torres Strait information service.

Alex also retains a position as an active board member of the Aboriginal Veterans SA and has a continuing interest in promoting the rights and importance in recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service men and women of shared service and the sacrifice of all Australians.

Join us for a warm and inspiring story that will have you thinking deeply about reconciliation with the first Australians.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Inparrila, 161 Frome Street, Adelaide, Australia


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