Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative
Karen Heap, a Yorta Yorta woman, has been the CEO of Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative for 12 years and brings with her a vast amount of knowledge and skillsets procured from extensive experience within the Aboriginal Service Sector.
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Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Cooperative
A Wotjobaluk man and delegate of Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Cooperative in Horsham, John brings to the VACCHO Board, a fresh face with different views and over 8 years’ experience on an ACCHO Board.
Victorian Aboriginal Health Service
Michael is a Dja Dja Wurrung/Wurundjeri man who has been a part of the Melbourne Aboriginal community for most of his life. He is passionate about improving the outcomes of his people and for the last 20 years or more has been contributing to the wellbeing of the Community through his work at various Community organisations. Michael has worked at VACCA, VAEAI, VAHS, and VACSAL. He is a past Board member of the Bendigo and District Aboriginal Co-operative and past Chairman of the Board of Directors at VAHS and the Fitzroy Stars Aboriginal Community Youth Club/Gymnasuim.
Michael is currently the CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service.
Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation
I’m A Gunditjmara man and the Health Services Practice Manager at Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation.
I have been in this role for 5 years and have a strong passion for my community and culture.
My other passion is health and wellbeing and I have been working in this space for over 10 years and have gained a wealth of experience.
I’ve spent time on the Winda-Mara board, completed my management training through VACCHO and I’m looking forward to being able to give back to VACCHO and its Members.
Lake Tyers Health and Children’s Service
Suzie Squires is a Yuin Woman and the CEO of Lake Tyers Health & Children’s Service. Suzie commenced her journey on the VACCHO Board as an Observant and in 2014 was elected as a Board Member. Suzie has been working in Aboriginal Health for 8 years and is currently the Chairperson of the East Gippsland Aboriginal Consortium Djillay Ngalu.