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
16-18 Mccormack Street, Mooroobool Queensland 4870, Australia
DIYDG acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging, the holders of our culture, memories, tradition and hopes.
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