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Kirstie Parker

Director

Reconciliation Australia

HQ Phone:  +61 2 6273 9200

Email: k***@***.au

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Reconciliation Australia

Old Parliament House

Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, 2600

Australia

Company Description

Reconciliation Australia is developing a new, school-specific model for schools to organise and register their reconciliation actions. This new model will be launched in 2014. The new model will use the existing framework of relationships, respect and opportun...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd


Managing Editor

Koori Mail Pty Ltd


Co-Chair

Change the Record Coalition (National Justice Coalition)


Director of Public Affairs

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission


Co-Chair

Close the Gap Committee


Communications Manager

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies


Director

National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - Tandanya


Affiliations

National Congress of Australia

Co-Chair


The Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre Ltd

Inaugural Executive Officer


The Australian Press Council Incorporated

Adjudication Panel Member


Deadly Awards Executive Academy

Member


National Congress

Board Member


University of Technology , Sydney

Advisory Board Member


RA

Pro-Active Member of the Board


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Board | Reconciliation Australia

Ms Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai woman from NSW and Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples.
She has 25 year's experience in mainstream and Indigenous journalism, communications and management of Indigenous organisations, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, and the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre. Previously, she was editor of national Indigenous newspaper The Koori Mail; media adviser to a federal government minister and head of public affairs for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC).


NCIE About

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.


http://www.seymourcentre.com/events/event/im-not-racist-but-2/

Kirstie Parker
Kirstie Parker Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai Aboriginal woman from NSW and Co-Chair of the National Congress for Australia's First Peoples. She's a former Editor of the Koori Mail newspaper, Executive Officer of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre in Canberra, Director of the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute -Tandanya in Adelaide, Director of Public Affairs for ATSIC, and media adviser to former Federal Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Minister Robert Tickner. Kirstie has also worked for ABC Radio and the West Australian newspaper, and edited a weekly regional newspaper. She's currently a Director of Reconciliation Australia, a board member of the Australian Indigenous Communications Association, and a member of the Deadly Awards Executive Academy.


Media Release 26-04-17 - Australian Press Council

Kirstie Parker - appointed as an industry panel member for a term of two years.
Ms Parker is a Yuwallarai woman from northern NSW. She is the CEO of the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence, an elected Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples and a Director of Reconciliation Australia. She was previously Editor of the Koori Mail newspaper.


NCIE Our Impact

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.


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