International Women’s Day 2022
International Women’s Day has become a time to reflect on progress, and IAHA acknowledges and celebrates the achievements of every woman globally. IAHA acknowledges the cultural and community leadership Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have displayed for millennia, the footprints we walk in, and the continued leadership of our women in driving transformational change.
As we #BreakTheBias, globally and nationally, at an organisational level, IAHA’s success story is reflected through the unique yet collective professional and cultural insights, knowledge, experiences, and commitment of our women in leadership – including IAHA CEO, Donna Murray and Chairperson, Nicole Turner – one that we proudly recognise today to mark #IWD2022!
As a proud Kamilaroi woman, IAHA Chairperson Nicole Turner, continues to provide significant cultural and strategic leadership to the work of IAHA, delivering on her passion for empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to pursue their aspirations, particularly in health, and supporting IAHA to be a strong and self-determining organisation into the future. Donna Murray, a proud Wiradjuri and Wonnarua woman, provides leadership as CEO of IAHA and through her commitment to Nation-building, demonstrating innovation and collaboration to effect change and drive the work of IAHA, placing communities and culture at the centre of everything we do.
IAHA celebrate the collective leadership of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in our membership, communities, and families.
March 8, 2022
Categories: IAHA News
Posted by: Renae Kilmister