PSP Pathways to Permanency: A Spotlight on Restoration Part 3 of 5
Cultural capability – walking the talk
Tina McGhie and Belinda Kendall (Curijo)
A spotlight on the knowing, doing and being of cultural capability.
Bel Kendall is an Aboriginal woman who identifies with the Worimi, Wailwan, Barkindji and Wiradjuri peoples of NSW. Bel has extensive management and therapeutic care experience within the welfare and community sectors. Belinda has worked nationally with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, families and communities as a lead Aboriginal Consultant on projects and provides leadership, mentoring and support to others in relation to cultural safety, protocols and leadership. Belinda is well known and regarded for her facilitation of Aboriginal Cultural Training and Leadership and Mentoring Training within Government departments. Belinda has specialised experience in working with both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children, young people and adults within the Out-of-Home-Care and Family Support fields.
Tina McGhie is an Aboriginal woman who identifies with the Wiradjuri and Ngunnawal peoples of NSW. She has extensive change management experience within employment, welfare and community services sectors. Tina has over 20 years’ experience working in Government and non-Government sectors before joining Curijo in the roles of Chair Consultant. Tina holds board member roles at AbSec and Directions Health Services. As a qualified trainer and Assessor, Tina has delivered training in Certificate IV Business Governance, Community Services and Trauma Informed Care. Tina specialises in working with both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children, young people and adults within the Out-of-Home Care and Family Support fields.