Strengthening the connection between Aboriginal south Australians & the ICT Sector
Minister Kyam Maher joins Professor Shane Hearn, Dean of Indigenous Research & Education, The University of Adelaide and Eva Balan-Vnuk, National Skills Program Lead & State Director SA, Microsoft for a discussion about Indigenous innovation & the ICT sector - strengthening the connection between Aboriginal affairs and innovation in South Australia’s workforce.
With many of us contemplating multiple jobs and even career changes, it's even more critical that Australia's workforce is future-proofed to ensure inclusive economic growth across all parts of our community.
Limited to 60 attendees – a light breakfast is provided.
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk
Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk is State Director for Microsoft in South Australia and National Skills Program Lead where her role is to lead Microsoft Australia’s initiatives to help build Australia’s future-ready workforce with skills a...
Kyam Maher MLC
Kyam grew up in Country South Australia, initially in Littlehampton in the Adelaide Hills and then in Mt Gambier in the South East of the State. He graduated from Adelaide University with Law and Economics degrees before pra...
Dr Shane Hearn
Dr Shane Hearn is a Noongar man born in Esperance, Western Australia.
He is a thought leader, systems thinker with extensive experience in Aboriginal affairs, across numerous sectors including policy, education, heal...
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