Social Enterprise Development

Liz has spent 15 years developing cultural tourism and native food enterprises with Aboriginal entrepreneurs across the Kimberley region. Before that, Liz worked in agriculture, having grown up on a farm in the WA wheatbelt and graduated with a B.SC (Agric.) Hons from the University of WA.  Transitioning from agriculture to socio-economic development entailed completing postgraduate qualifications in History and Politics, and then Business, at Notre Dame University (NDU). A subsequent two-year stint teaching Business to Aboriginal students at NDU, Broome campus, deepened Liz’s understanding of the shared history between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and started her on the path of socio-economic development. A recently completed ‘Next Economy’ MBA via the USA, revisiting key business fundamentals from a socially just and environmentally regenerative perspective, has cemented her passion for supporting social enterprises.

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