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Terrence Donovan


Terry identifies as a Gumbayngirr / Biripai man. His father was a Gumbayngirr man and his mother a Biripai woman.

Terry has had a diverse career, from military service, working in local government and non-for –profit community services to providing education to health professionals on Aboriginal Cultural awareness. Additionally Terry worked with the National Parks & Wildlife Service of NSW as one of 3 Aboriginal Sites Officers. As an Aboriginal sites officer he travelled to all Aboriginal communities in NSW and collected information about Aboriginal Sacred sites, Aboriginal occupational sites and Aboriginal history & Culture. This process was to instigate registration and preservation as a sacred site.

He has also worked;

- As a lecturer in TAFE;

- As an Aboriginal Case Worker – Youth Support Worker;

- As an Aboriginal Housing Corporation Coordinator;

- As a team Leader and labourer on Nambucca Shire Council; and

- As an outreach worker, with the North Coast Primary Health Network.

Terry is a much valued member of the Aborignal Health and Ageing Team at NeuRA and is based on the Mid North Coast of NSW and is employed as a Knowledge Translation Officer.

Presentations by Terrence Donovan
Yarning about Ageing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Yarning about Ageing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Thursday 20th June 1:00pm to 1:30pm

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