Rishelle Hume

Rishelle Hume AM is a Noongar Woman with traditional ties to the Whadjuk, Ballardong and Gnaala Karla Booja peoples. She has over 25 years of experience in Aboriginal engagement ranging from employment, education, justice and health. She is actively involved in the Aboriginal community within the Perth region and was appointed to UNESCO as commissioner of culture for Australia. Ms Hume was awarded the 2016 Western Australian of the Year Award - Aboriginal Category Winner, inducted into the 2017 Little Athletics Australia Roll of Excellence (Hall of Fame) in the Achievers Category, and inducted as inaugural inductee on the 2018 WA Roll of Excellence in the Achievers Category for Little Athletics WA. In 2018, Ms Hume was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the indigenous community of WA, particularly developing opportunities, promoting leadership and preserving culture.
Bio last updated 14 Sep 2018

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Manager, Aboriginal Employment Strategy (since 2018)
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