Glenda Kickett

In her outstanding career working with Aboriginal people in Western Australia, Glenda Kickett has played a vital role in developing social work practice and policy to benefit the various Aboriginal sectors with which she has worked with. Her professional commitments and community activities are extensive and her work has been recognised by awards and scholarships. Her achievements also include academic success in social work and history research, undertaken alongside her work and other commitments, and she is a published author. Ms Kickett has been chair of the National Aboriginal and Islander Observance Day Committee (NAIDOC Perth) since 2008, and along with the Committee has built up NAIDOC Perth as a renowned cultural festival including the revival of the Miss NAIDOC Perth presentation from 2011.
Bio last updated 18 Jun 2018

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