Inductees 2019 - Prof. Rhonda Marriott

Prof. Rhonda Marriott

Prof. Rhonda Marriott is a Nyikina Woman, born in Derby, WA. She was the first Aboriginal Head of a School of Nursing in a University when she was appointed as the Inaugural Head of the Murdoch School of Nursing. She was also a Faculty Dean of Health Sciences, and a Pro Vice Chancellor Faculties at Murdoch University. In 2019 she took up the role of Pro Vice Chancellor for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership, alongside being Director of the successful and newly established Ngangk Yira Research Centre for Aboriginal Health and Social Equity. Rhonda has been an outstanding academic and advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’ through 50+ years in the nursing profession and 30+ years in the midwifery profession; and 30 years in Academia.

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Inductees 2019
Frauke Bolten-boshammer
Alexandra Atkins
Anette Schoombee
Annie Nayina Milgin
Bronwyn Lesley Barnes
Irene Stainton
Violet Arrey
Marion Fulker
Prof. Rhonda Marriott
M’Liss Henry OAM
Joyce Pamela Westrip OAM
Lee Musumeci
Dawn Wallam
Rishelle Hume
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