As the 2022 Annual General Meeting approached, the voting for the Board Nominee’s opened.
On AGM night, the new Board Directors were announced, and they were Badimia/Yamatji woman Nicole Clinch and, Jane Crosby.
The Reconciliation SA team would like to offer warm welcome to both Nicole and Jane.
Learn more about both of these new additions below:
Nicole Clinch is a Badimia / Yamatji woman who was born and raised on Kaurna land.
She has 12 years’ experience in Aboriginal Health in both Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations and State Government sectors.
Nicole also has a Certificate IV in Indigenous Research Capacity Building, an Associate Degree in Indigenous Community Health and is currently studying a Bachelor of Public Health at the University of South Australia.
She is currently a member of the South Australian Public Health Council.
Jane Crosby comes with a wealth of experience in strategy and governance.
Jane was also Project Manager for Tarnathi Art Fair from 2017 – 2021, in which time attendances and sales increased substantially.
Through this role, Jane also developed relationships with First Nations Elders, Traditional Owners and artists.
She also developed the Art Gallery of SA’s inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan.