CLC

CLC DELEGATES – REGION 3

Northwest

TBC

Bamboo Springs
Languages:

Details coming.

Dianne King

Dagaragu
Languages: Gurindji and English

Director of the Daguragu Ngumar Aboriginal Corporation since 1989.
“I will try my best to push for the store-office and bigger lights for the oval at my community.”

Philadia Jimmy

Dagaragu outstations
Languages: Gurindji and English

“My great-grandfather Jimmy Wavehill was a delegate before me, for decades. I want to support my community.

“I am proud of becoming a young delegate because in my community not enough young people come to meetings. I want to know more about culture and where we stand with government policies.”

Sharon Anderson

Lajamanu
Languages: Warlpiri and English

Teacher assistant at the Lajamanu school (15 years, with advanced primary school teaching diploma). Member of the Warlpiri Education and Training Trust’s advisory committee and director of the Granites Mine Affected Area Corporation.
Registered interpreter and accredited mediator who also works with World Vision in early childhood development. “I like to see strong members to be on the CLC who can speak up and be a strong advocate.”

Peter Patterson

Lajamanu outstations
Languages: Warlpiri and English

“I am working at the school and for Centrelink. During school holidays and on the weekend my family stays at the outstation, looking for bush turkey, and teaching the grandchildren about bush tucker. My big brother and family taught me, now I am teaching my children and grandchildren.

“People at Lajamanu nominated me and voted for me. I want to thank them. It is my first time and I want to learn more about what happens at delegate meetings.”

Daniel Algy

Dagaragu outstations
Languages:

Details coming.

Brendan Payton

Lajamanu
Languages:

Details coming.

TBC

Mistake Creek
Languages:

Details coming.