Wunan has entered into an exciting new partnership with Wesfarmers to become an Indigenous Employment Broker for the company in the Kununurra region.
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Wunan founder and Executive Chairman, Ian Trust, was recently elected Chair of the Western Australian Aboriginal Advisory Council. The Council provides expert advice to the WA Government on how to improve life outcomes for Aboriginal people.
A Career Advisor with Wunan’s Workforce Development Centre in Broome, Nathalie was born in Derby, WA, and moved to Broome as a young girl. She is a Karajarri woman and her mother’s people are from Bidyadanga Community.
Ten more Indigenous students from the East Kimberley will be given the opportunity to attend high-quality private schools next year, when Wunan’s highly successful Indigenous scholarship program is expanded to Melbourne.
Anthony began as Manager, Education Programs, earlier this year. He came to Wunan with a wealth of experience after 25 years working in prisoner education in New South Wales.
Wunan recently commissioned three talented Indigenous artists from Waringarri Arts in Kununurra to paint a stunning mural on the front door of Wunan House B&B.