Since joining FISH in Nov 2017 Katrina has had many opportunities to utilise her experience, skills and knowledge towards causes she feels passionate and connected to. Helping others understand the challenges faced and how we can empower Aboriginal communities to facilitate a better future for themselves and their families.
Katrina has worked in Aboriginal based projects since the late 1990s, starting with her involvement in Jawun Secondment Program introducing Family Income Management in Coen, Cape York, Far North Queensland. Working with families teaching financial literacy and facilitating the path for financial independence for generations to come.
Working on a variety of projects for FISH including FISH’s Social Enterprises, Books For All Program and Micro Finance Funding Katrina is passionate about business development and tourism opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs and businesses throughout Australia.
Katrina believes that everyone should have an equal opportunity to create the best life outcomes for themselves and feels honoured to be part of the FISH team and supporting the individuals, families, and communities she works with.
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