Blayne Welsh, 2018 Observer

By Observership
Posted on 18 Dec 2018

As an Wailwan and Kamilaroi man concerned about the need for Indigenous representation in the board room of our organisations, the Observership program gave me the foundational knowledge I need to be comfortable stepping up into these much needed roles. It’s been as beneficial to me as it has been to our organisations. I implore our future leaders and community organisations to use this valuable program and secure the future of Indigenous organisations run by our communities, for our communities.:

Blayne joined The Ilbijerri Theatre Board following his Observership year.

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