Katrina Cox is a Wadjela woman who developed an passion for Aboriginal based projects in the late 1990s, through her involvement with family income support and management in Cape York, Far North Queensland, working families to develop financial literacy, facilitating the path to financial independence for generations to come. In her previous life Katrina worked for a major bank, managing a major portfolio of large NFP organisations helping them to achieve their financial goals and objectives. As Business Development Manager Katrina works with Aboriginal communities to develop financial independence through business and tourism opportunities with the view to support economic sustainability and sovereignty. Katrina holds a Diploma of Business Management and Project Management, and a Cert III Community Sector Management. Katrina joined FISH in Nov 2017 with the opportunity to utilise her experience, skills and background towards a cause to which she feels passionate and connected, in helping others understand the challenges faced by Aboriginal Australians and how we can empower Aboriginal community to facilitate a better future for themselves and their family. Katrina believes that everyone should have an equal opportunity to create best life outcomes for themselves and feels honoured to be able to part of this journey for the individuals and families and communities with whom FISH provides a hand up.
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