Director, Poche SA+NT, Flinders University
Maree is the Director for Flinders University’s Poche SA+NT. In 2018 she was the first PhD graduate of the Flinders Poche Centre for Indigenous Health. Her current research centres on how Aboriginal art centres are critical to maintain and improve health and happiness in remote Indigenous communities and how western health systems should embrace and learn from the unique positive health holistic benefits and social networking created by remote art centres. Maree has worked extensively in the field of international and Aboriginal development in the Northern Territory with the Centre for Remote Health, Central Land Council and AusAID (Australian Agency for International Development).
Session 5 After a decade of workforce expansion, the University sector has lost thousands of staff in 2020 through redundancies and attrition. This session will examine what the future holds for women and also for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander academics – and where they need to move if they are going to have more […]