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Kirstie Parker

Chief Executive Officer

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd

HQ Phone:  +61 2 8094 2500

Email: k***@***.au

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The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd

166-180 George St

Redfern, New South Wales,2016

Australia

Company Description

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence is located at 180 George Street Redfern in Sydney, and is open to all young Indigenous people Australia-wide. It was purchased and funded by the Indigenous Land Corporation and is managed in partnership with the Ind... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair

National Congress


Co-Chair

Close the Gap Campaign


Editor

Koori Mail


Co-Chair

Change the Record Coalition (National Justice Coalition)


Director of Public Affairs

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission


Communications Manager

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies


Director

National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - Tandanya


Affiliations

Reconciliation Australia

Director


Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre

Inaugural Executive Officer


Deadly Awards Executive Academy

Member


University of Technology , Sydney

Advisory Board Member


RA

Pro-Active Member of the Board


Web References(176 Total References)


NCIE About

ncie.org.au [cached]

Kirstie Parker
Chief Executive Officer Kirstie Parker, a Yuwallarai woman from northern NSW, has been CEO of the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence since October 2015. She was formerly a Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples. She is also a Director of Reconciliation Australia and the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA). Kirstie has a long and distinguished career in Indigenous affairs and especially media. Among other roles, she was editor of the Koori Mail newspaper for seven years, the inaugural executive officer of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), and Director of Public Affairs for ATSIC.


ILC - Executive Management

www.ilc.gov.au [cached]

Kirstie Parker
Kirstie Parker CEO National Centre of Indigenous Excellence p: (02) 8094 2503


NCIE About

ncie.org.au [cached]

Kirstie Parker
Chief Executive Officer A Yuwallarai woman from northern NSW, Kirstie commenced with the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence this year in October. She was formerly a Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples. She is also a Director of Reconciliation Australia. Kirstie has a long and distinguished career in Indigenous affairs and especially media. Amongst other roles, she was editor of the Koori Mail newspaper for seven years, the inaugural executive officer of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), and Director of Public Affairs for ATSIC.


NATIONAL BOARD National Congress of Australia's First Peoples

nationalcongress.com.au [cached]

(Top Row: L-R) Les Malezer (Co-Chair), Kirstie Parker (Co-Chair), Rod Little, Venessa Curnow. (Bottom Row: L-R) Daphne Yarram, Gerry Moore, Amala Groom, Mark McMillan.
Kirstie Parker, Co-Chair Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai Aboriginal woman from northwest NSW, and Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples. She has more than 25 years experience in mainstream and Indigenous print and radio journalism, communications, and management of Indigenous organisations. From 2006 until her election to Congress, Kirstie was Editor (and sometime Managing Editor) of the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper, the Koori Mail. She is also currently a director of Reconciliation Australia, a board member of the Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA), and a member of the Deadly Awards Executive Academy. Congress congratulates Co-Chair Kirstie Parker in new role as NCIE CEO


Innovative People | Indigenous Innovation

ncie.org.au [cached]

Kirstie Parker - Editor of the Koori Mail and recognised leader in the media sector across the world, Director of Reconciliation Australia and sought after public speaker.
Posted inInnovative People | Tagged100 Women of Influence, Aboriginal, April Long, Australian Financial Review, Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council, Dawn Casey, Diversity Council of Australia, Indigenous Land Corporation, Jodie Sizer, Kirstie Parker, Koori Mail, Leah Armstrong, Merindah Donnelly, Nareen Young, Natalie Walker, National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, National Indigenou, NCIE, Powerhouse Museum, Reconciliation Australia, Redfern, Tanya Hosch, Torres Strait Islander, Westpac, You Me Unity | Leave a reply People like Jackie Huggins, Pat Anderson, Shirley Peisley, Anne Martin and Kerrie Tim and the next generation of Indigenous leaders present including Tanya Hosch, Kirstie Parker, Ian Anderson and Kerry Arabena. Posted inInnovative Events, Innovative People | TaggedAboriginal, Anne Martin, Birthday, Ian Anderson, Indigenous, Jackie Huggins, Jason Glanville, Kerrie Tim, Kerry Arabena, Kirstie Parker, Leadership, Lowitja O'Donoghue, National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, Pat Anderson, Shirley Peisley, Sol Bellear, Tanya Hosch, Torres Strait Islander | 1 Reply The NCIE secured high profile speakers such as Tom Calma (Co-Chair, Reconciliation Australia), Pat Turner, Pat Anderson (Chair, Lowitja Institute), Paul Howes (National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union), Mick Gooda (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Karen Middleton (Chief Political Correspondent, SBS), Kirstie Parker (Editor, Koori Mail), Jody Broun (Co-Chair, National Congress of Australia's First Peoples), Indigenous Education Specialist Luke Pearson and Aden Ridgeway (Founder, Cox Inall Ridgeway) to speak at the Forum.


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