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Djarragun College is establishing a Past Students Association and would like to introduce the Ambassador, Rosemary Tabuai.
Rosemary attended DC from Years 3 to 12 and was Dux in 2006. She completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Environmental Humanities at the University of New South Wales and is currently employed as an Environmental Consultant with GHD.
Her long-term ambition is to grow her “skills, network and leadership potential to enable her to influence the community and industry to better understand their role in environmental sustainability”. As a Torres Strait Islander woman Rosemary is interested in “exploring the ways that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can contribute to corporate Australia and environmental regulation”.
“I am looking forward to sharing my personal story, to inspire, encourage, and challenge the students”, she said.