Grant Cameron and is a graduate of the Milparanga leadership program. His role involves managing leadership programs, working closely with participants to challenge and develop their communication and advocacy skills. Grant is a proud Kamilaroi man, with family ties to Tamworth, New South Wales, and is currently based in southern Sydney.
Grant previously managed the Indigenous Digital Excellence national Flint technology program at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence in Redfern, NSW. He has extensive experience in network and relationship-building with a diverse range of corporates, stakeholders and indigenous and non-indigenous communities. He has personal and deep knowledge and understanding of working with indigenous youth, adults and elders.
Grant has extensive facilitation experience working within 30 remote, rural and regional indigenous communities across the country over the past five years. He values and nurtures strength in cultural traditions. Grant has established meaningful connections with a wide range of stakeholders, including schools, land councils, ranger groups, libraries, media organisations, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and youth services.
He has developed and facilitated workshops to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth, adults and elders, through a unique cultural lens—designed to inspire positive change within community. Grant is passionate about working people and seeing transformative personal growth and positive behavioural changes.