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A Business Lunch with Warren Mundine, Chairman, Indigenous Advisory Council
Warren is a highly respected and influential businessman, political strategist and Indigenous advocate for empowering Indigenous Australia to build a sustained Indigenous economy. His life and career have been shaped by a personal commitment to community, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, and he has more than 26 years’ experience working in the public, private and community sectors.
Warren is the Managing Director of NyunggaBlack, and more recently was the CEO and Executive Chairman of GenerationOne. Prior to this he was the CEO of NTSCorp Ltd for 9 years. Other previous roles include National President of the Australian Labor Party, National Convenor of the ALP National Indigenous Labor Network and as Chair of the ALP (NSW) Indigenous People & Reconciliation Policy Committee. Warren has Honorary Life Membership of the NSW Local Government Aboriginal Network and has been awarded the Centenary Medal for services to the community and local government and the Bennelong Medal for Leadership in Indigenous Affairs. He is a Doctor of the University (honoris causa) from the Southern Cross University for services to the community, business and local government.
Equal to his community spirit is Warren’s passion and love of football. He is one of Football Federation Australia’s Indigenous Football Ambassadors and a Director of the Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club.
Photography by Gainsboroughstudio - Adelaide SA
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