ATSIEB announce new Chair and Deputy Chair

The ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body (ATSIEB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Tanya Keed as the new Chairperson and Ms Paula McGrady as the Deputy Chairperson. “Much work remains to be done as we continue our commitment towards advocating for more opportunities for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

eMessage ATSIEB Chairperson – 22 December 2021

Yuma Community members, I hope this message finds you and your families well. As we are approaching the holiday season, I would like to wish everyone a happy Christmas and a better New Year in 2022. As we are out enjoying the warmer weather and visiting family and friends, I once again like to remind

eMessage ATSIEB Chairperson – 29 October 2021

Yuma Community members, I hope this message finds you and your families well. I would again like to acknowledge our frontline essential workers including our Aboriginal community-controlled organisations for their efforts during the extended lockdown period. Because of you, many families have been supported and cared for which has also allowed us to transition out

eMessage ATSIEB Chairperson – 27 August 2021

Yuma Community members. This is my first message as the newly elected Chairperson for the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Body (ATSIEB). I would like to begin by acknowledging the fabulous work being undertaken by our essential workers and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community organisations . Your dedication to your roles and your

ATSIEB new members welcomed

The ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body held its first meeting on Wednesday, 4 August 2021 to welcome the newly Elected Body members. Newly elected ATSIEB Chair, Mrs Lynnice Church said she is excited and looking forward to leading the Elected Body and working closely with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community