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Stacee Ketchell is a proud Waikaid and Meuram woman from Zenadth Kes, co-founder and current Deputy Chairperson of DIYDG. Stacee developed her leadership and advocacy for social change throughout FNQ remote communities. Stacee’s extensive knowledge of cultural practices & her recent completion of a Bachelor of Business Administration, has diversified and strengthen DIYDG’s governance and strategic direction. As a co-founder, Stacee understands first hand the power of organisations like DIYDG, that empower young people to challenge the stereotypes and change the narrative that currently exist
Porsha O’Brien is a proud Wuthathi woman. Porsha has an extensive financial background working in the banking sector whilst also studying a Bachelor of Business. She is passionate about growth within young people and the self determination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the community. Porsha believes having a seat on the board of DIYDG will allow her to challenge the status quo whilst also taking the opportunity to connect with community and other young like-minded people.
Kai Lowah is a proud Torres Strait Islander man who currently works as a Health Information Officer. He is currently studying to be an Indigenous Health Practitioner so that he can have an impact on health programs in communities. While Kai is passionate about the physical health of people in the community, he also has a specific interest in mental health in young people. He hopes to be a helping hand to the DIYDG Board and provide a health perspective in the decision making at the same time as building capacity to give back and connect.
Praneel Bhela is a successful business owner of Impact Legal Solutions, specialising as a commercial property lawyer. He is hoping to bring the skills and experiences he has from the legal sector to DIYDG which will aid in the growth and compliance of the organisation.
Praneel finds fulfilment in being apart of a team who gives back to the community and a team that provides a fun and inclusive space for diverse young people.
Kerry A. Hollingsworth is an accomplished Educator, Community Education Counsellor, Change Capability Influencer, Cross-Cultural Intelligence Facilitator proud Bama Woman from Far North Queensland.
As an experienced educator and cross-cultural facilitator, Kerry provides a safe environment for honest conversations to be had through her Yarn2Learn Circles for young and old. The yarns enable respectful listening, learning and sharing of sensitive and difficult topics that have not been made known to many Australians. It is a step in the right direction to cultural competency, change capability and reconciliation.
DIYDG is very proud to be working alongside Kerry, as she is our Leading Support for our practice framework.
On behalf of all the team at the Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good, we would like to thank Mrs Kerry A. Hollingsworth.
Contact Kerry & Allira to join the conversations -
Phone: 0432 258 235
In January 2020, the DIYDG Board and our Chief of Good came together over 3 days to co-design the future of the organisation and the goals the corporation aspires to achieve.
The strategic plan above is extracted from a collaboration of ideas the board want to see for the future and the achievable outcomes expected within the next 3 years. DIYDG were privileged enough to have the support of CEO of Wuchopperen Health Services Limited, Dania Ahwang, who guided the young board into establishing our strategic priorities for the next 3 years.
On behalf of all the team at the Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good, we would like to thank Mrs Dania Ahwang for her time and belief in our young people. We look forward to working closely with Wuchopperen Health Services Limited into the future.
For information about Wuchopperen visit www.wucopperen.org.au.
Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good A&TSI CORP
3 Jensen Street, Manoora, Cairns, QLD, 4870
As we forge our way to a stronger future, we embody the millennia of footsteps that came before us. We feel the presence of our ancestors and their guidance, as we navigate our continued responsibility to the lands and seas in which we connect to. Their spirit will carry on in the generations to come as we inspire, equip and empower our people and our community.
ABN: 31 213 096 805 I ICN: 8494
As we forge our way to a stronger future, we embody the millennia of footsteps that came before us. We feel the presence of our ancestors and their guidance, as we navigate our continued responsibility to the lands, seas and skies in which we connect to. Their spirit will carry on in the generations to come as we inspire, equip and empower our people and our community.