Keynote Speakers

Terri Janke
Terri Janke, Terri Janke Lawyers, Sydney NSW

Terri Janke

Terri is a proud Wuthathi and Meriam woman from Cairns. Terri advises on legal matters, including incorporation, joint venture, procurement, governance, employment and engagement. She is an international authority on Indigenous cultural and intellectual property (ICIP) and has written leading ICIP protocols and models in the film, arts, museum and archival sectors.

Dorinda Cox
Dorinda Cox, Inspire Change Consulting Group, Perth WA

Dorinda Cox

Dorinda is a proud Noongar woman from the South West region of Western Australia. A champion for Aboriginal women in business and leadership, she advocates for changes in systems and policy to effect real change. Dorinda offers unique insights into being an Indigenous business woman in the 21st century.

Alison Page
Zakpage, Coffs Harbour NSW

Alison Page

Alison is a proud descendant of the Walbanga and Wadi Wadi people of the Yuin nation of New South Wales. She is an award-winning creative at the forefront of the contemporary Australian Aboriginal cultural movement.

Christine Ross
Christine Ross , Christine Ross Consultancy, Perth WA,

Christine Ross

Christine is an Arrernte and Kaytetye woman, who was born in Alice Springs but grew up in Darwin. Christine is Managing Director of her own consultancy business, specialising in Indigenous employment programs, training and mentoring and facilitating conferences and forums. She is also Project Manager of the National NAIDOC Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Woman’s Conference held in Sydney in 2018.