• Judith Curphey OAM

    - by Girls Oz

    At the age of 55, after a career in music and drama education spanning 30 years, Judith decided to form a girls’ choir which would have an emphasis not only on singing but also dance and presentation. She envisaged a … View Full Post

  • Nicole Muir AM

    - by Girls Oz

    Nicole’s background is varied with post graduate qualifications in arts and education, as well as experience as an actor, teacher and facilitator. Her career in arts management began with the Australian Girls Choir in 1994; she directed numerous international and … View Full Post

  • Kylie Lee-Archer

    - by Girls Oz

    Kylie’s academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Teaching and a Graduate Certificate in Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages); Kylie is passionate about both Performing Arts participation and the hidden benefits of language and literacy development. Kylie has … View Full Post

  • Tania Major

    - by Girls Oz

    Tania Major is a proud Kokoberra woman from Kowanyama in Cape York, Queensland, Australia. Since being awarded Young Australian of the Year in 2007, she has dedicated herself to effecting change improving the lives and educational outcomes of Cape York … View Full Post

  • Sheila O’Sullivan

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    Sheila started her working life as a teacher and university researcher before commencing a 30 year career in advertising, public relations and public affairs.  Her work led to  honorary appointments on a variety  of performance, arts and education boards including … View Full Post

  • Kirsty Davis

    - by g-oz

    Kirsty is an Indigenous executive with more than 25 years’ experience driving the strategic delivery of projects, co-design of reform agendas and organisational and business growth and has an extensive network that spans local, regional and national levels and includes … View Full Post