Kate Thomann

IAHA Mentoring Program

Australian Capital TerritoryAboriginalGovernment, Non-Government, Health
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Australian Capital Territory
Government, Non-Government, Health
Building Confidence, Career Development, Conflict Management, Cross-Cultural Relationship, Dealing with Lateral Violence, Dealing with Racism, Decision Making, Engaging Stakeholders, Leadership – Organisation, Managing People or Staff, Public Speaking, Relationship Management, Team Building
Kate Thomann (nee Gilbert) is from a proud Wiradjuri family and has spent the majority of her life living on Ngunnawal and Ngamberri lands. With over twenty years’ experience in the Australian Public Service, Kate has worked across several social policy Departments including: Environment; the Prime Minister and Cabinet; Office for the Arts; and Health, providing policy advice on broad ranging matters in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs. During her career Kate has managed several Commonwealth programs including: stolen generations and bringing them home; social and emotional well-being and mental health; substance use including volatile substance use and petrol sniffing; and Indigenous broadcasting, languages, culture and contemporary music.