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Katrina Johnston, Queensland Deputy Leader.

Katrina   cropped as circle Katrina was born in Biloela Central Queensland, but raised in Theodore, Central Queensland and is a proud Wulli Wulli and Wakka Wakka woman. She has worked at Theodore Hospital for over ten years and at Theodore Medical Centre as an Aboriginal Health Worker for seven years.

Katrina has been in her current role as an Aboriginal Health Worker in chronic disease at Goondir Health Service for 12 months. She has Aboriginal Health Worker qualifications and is currently enrolled to complete Aboriginal Health Practitioner qualifications.

Kingsley Bilney, South Australia Deputy Leader.

Kingsley on background cropped as circleKingsley is from Pt Lincoln in South Australia. He worked at Port Lincoln in Aboriginal Family Support Services from 2009-2014. Since 2014 he has worked at Port Lincoln Aboriginal Health Service as an Aboriginal Health Worker and he is currently completing his Certificate IV studies.

Kingsley is a talented Australian Rules footballer. He is captain of the very successful Mallee Park Football Club A Grade Team who were premiers in 2015 and 2016. 

In 2015 Kingsley also won the Best and Fairest for the Port Lincoln Football League.

Nicole Davis, Victoria / Tasmania Deputy Leader.

Nikki Davis on background cropped as circleNicole is a proud Aboriginal woman from the Watti Watti Nation which is located just west of Swan Hill, Victoria extending westward towards Ouyen and south of Robinvale, straddling the Murray River. She grew up in Koondrook, Victoria, on the Murray River and moved to Swan Hill eight years ago to work with her mob. 

Nicole currently works at Murray Valley Aboriginal Health Service as an Aboriginal Health Worker. Previously Nicole worked at the Mallee District Aboriginal Services in Swan Hill for eight years as the Senior Aboriginal Health Worker. She has completed a Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health in Practice and a Certificate IV in Business.

Nicole has a strong desire to support and assist her community in working towards ‘closing the gap’ by providing a service that is culturally respectful.  Her passion is to improve the health and well-being of every Indigenous person in her community and achieve equality in health, improve life expectancy and decrease mortality rates.

Robyn Willock, Western Australia Deputy Leader

Robyn WillockRobyn was born in Geraldton and completed her health worker training at Wirraka Maya Health Service in South Hedland. She then went on to complete her studies in Enrolled Nursing through Marr Moorditj Training in Perth.

Currently, Robyn is the Clinical Manager at Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service.

In her spare time, Robyn loves to travel, enjoys camping and driving 'out bush' and fancies a spot of fishing.