Travels from: Victoria
Hear from a women that is changing the health sector
Categories: Education Speakers, Facilitators, Health & Lifestyle
Full Presenter Profile & Bio
As a proud Badtjala woman from the Fraser Coast in Queensland, Tracey Currie has worked in the health sector for over two decades.
Holding a Bachelor of Social Science, as well as postgraduate studies in Journalism and Public Sector Management, Tracey is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Previously, Tracey has worked as the CEO of Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative, Awabakal Aboriginal Co-operative, and the peak Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Council of Tasmania.
She has held a number of boards and advisory committee positions at both national and local levels, including for the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation, the Alcohol and Drug Council of Australia Policy Council, National Co-Morbidity Forum, the Weetapoona Aboriginal Corporation, the National Aboriginal Workforce Committee for the Department of Education, Science and Training and the Department of Health and Ageing.