Bronwyn Fredericks: Personal and Collective Reconciliation
The RQI Speaker Series
Bronwyn Fredericks, MA PHD is a Murri woman from South-East Queensland with more than 30 years of experience working in and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-based Organisations, State and Federal Governments, and the Tertiary Education sector. Join us on Sep 14 for this special event.
WHEN: Saturday, 14 September 2019 – from 1.30 pm until 4.00 pm
WHERE: Wynnum Library, 145 Florence Street, Wynnum
RSVP: please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Linda Harnett on 0403 265 344
DOWNLOAD A FLYER: http://bit.ly/RQIspkr0919
You are invited to join RQI for an enlivening talk by this distinguished Queensland Indigenous leader.
About Bronwyn Fredericks
As University of Queensland Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Indigenous Engagement, Professor Fredericks is responsible for leading Indigenous strategy, strengthening leadership of Indigenous Engagement within the University, and building links with the Community.
She also leads implementation of the University’s first Reconciliation Action Plan. For more than 3 decades Bronwyn Fredericks has been an educator, manager, researcher, activist and change agent.
Bronwyn Fredericks, MA PHD, University of Queensland Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Indigenous Engagement, is a Murri woman from South-East Queensland. For more than three decades, she has been an educator, manager, researcher, activist and change agent.
About the RQI Speaker Series
Entry to this Reconciliation Queensland ‘Speaker Series’ General meeting is free. All are most welcome.
Feel free to bring a plate of food or refreshments to our afternoon tea. This is an informal affair, no motions are on the agenda for the gathering.
Donations are always gratefully received to help our volunteer-run organisation deliver these events.
We aim to promote reconciliation while giving members an opportunity to engage with RQI management and important community figures and leading experts.