'building communities' capacity through empowerment, healing and leadership.'
NATIONAL EMPOWERMENT PROJECT
Building communities' capacity through empowerment and strengthening
cultural, social and emotional wellbeing.
GERALDTON NEP CONSULTANTS
Cameron Davies: Geraldton, WA
Cameron is a Yamatji, Wongi, Noongar and Nunda man born in Perth but raised in Geraldton. He is 21 years of age and is a father of two beautiful boys. He has been working with GRAMS for 4 years and has a strong passion for Aboriginal health.
Cameron’s hobbies are football and he is an avid Port Power fan. Cameron has hopes and aspirations that Aboriginal Australia will one day thrive and the standard of living and health of people is increased and improved.
Sonya Crane: Geraldton, WA
Sonya Crane is a Wadgalah woman from Gnowangerup. Sonya is a partner to Richard, a mother of three and a social worker by nature and profession. I am a proud employee of the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service, an agent for social change with a strong commitment to social justice.
Colin Woods: Geraldton, WA
Colin is a Noongar man who was born in Albany but has lived most of his life in Perth. He moved to Geraldton in 2007 and started his family life as a father of two boys. Colin works at Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service as a Tobacco Action Worker and is pursuing greater education to empower and educate community members.
Leroy Comeagain: Geraldton, WA
Leroy is a Noongar Yamatji man, born in Perth but grew up and lived in the Midwest in Mullewa, a small country town in Western Australia. Leroy has a young family of his own, and enjoys outdoor activities and other sports, such as football and basketball. Currently employed as a Healthy Lifestyle Worker with GRAMS, helping his family, community and other Aboriginal people of the Geraldton region.