Allan Kickett

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Allan Kickett
Founding Chair / Koya Aboriginal Corporation
Allan Kickett is a community Elder, born in 1938 at Badjilling Reserve under a quandong tree on his Father’s Ballardong Country.

He drove steam trains in Fremantle and Collie for 10 years before becoming a taxi driver, and has managed Aboriginal hostels all over Australia.

In 1993, Mr Kickett was one the founding directors of Woolkabunning Kiaka Inc (the former Roelands Mission), transforming the mission from a place of hurt to education and healing for Aboriginal people taken from their families. He was also on the original planning committee for housing at Cullacabardee (a small Noongar Community in the North-West suburbs of Perth), a founding chair of Koya Aboriginal Corporation and Pindi Pindi Aboriginal Research Centre, and founder of the Gospel Express (a ministry service based at Saint Matthew’s Anglican Church in Guilford ministering to four country towns per year).

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Allan Kickett
NEW ROLE: Founding Chair, Koya Aboriginal Corporation07 Jan 2021

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