It’s ok to ask for help

It’s ok to ask for help

This summer, as 2020 draws to a close, West Australians will be spending more time closer to home than ever before.  While the lead-up to Christmas for many families is often full of joyful get-togethers and festivities, for those who are experiencing family or...

Patricia Morton-Smith – Roads to Education Series

Trish is currently completing a Master of Design and Art at Curtin University after having a diverse career spanning the fields of health, libraries, policy, education and communications. We chatted to Trish about her regional upbringing, career and her current role...
Quiip – Pro-bono Purpose Project

Quiip – Pro-bono Purpose Project

Maddie Duke is a Community Manager for Quiip, Australia’s leading social media and online community management specialists. Each year, Quiip undertakes a number of “Pro-bono Purpose Projects” (PPP), providing marketing and social media consulting services to...
My Pathway to Leadership – Part 2

My Pathway to Leadership – Part 2

‘My Pathway to Leadership’ Part 1 read here. My first ‘leadership pathway’ turning point was when I was pursuing my undergraduate degree and made a connection with one of my lecturer’s – Anne. At the time I did not know this connection would...
My Pathway to Leadership – Part 1

My Pathway to Leadership – Part 1

In my twenties I had no career plans to be in a management position. I really had no idea of what I wanted and where I would end up. I fumbled my way through jobs with very little career pathways. I had started a Bachelor of Arts at UWA after leaving year 12 but it...
Saltwater Country – Cara Peek

Saltwater Country – Cara Peek

Cara Peek is a Yawuru/Bunuba woman, a lawyer, social innovator and entrepreneur committed to fostering access and opportunity for rural, regional and remote (RRR) communities. Cara’s speciality is place-based, people-centred solutions with global reach. She has worked...
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