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SWSB Lunch & Learn: Goal Setting with Natasha Short

SWSB Lunch & Learn: Goal Setting with Natasha Short

Posted 04 June 2024

The Strong Women Strong Business Lunch & Learn online sessions are back! Join us online for a lunch hour, and hear from inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

The first in the new series is on Thursday 6 June, 12pm AEST - Goal Setting with Natasha Short.

Natasha Short is a descendant of the Jaru people of the Halls Creek community. Natashas work over the past 25 years has been around community development and investment into social change initiatives.

She has past experience in board memberships, and held various leadership roles over the past 20 years, including executive team appointments. In 2018, Natasha launched the business Kimberley Jiyigas (Birds) ‘A Movement of Kimberley Indigenous Women influencing Social Change’ to help create a voice for Indigenous women, promote Indigenous Culture and empower women into business opportunities.

Natasha is the Managing Director of Kimberley Jiyigas and the Club Captain of the Maganda (Tomorrow) Makers initiative where Influencing social change through Indigenous leadership and business development are a focus and passion.

Natasha is committed to Indigenous people succeeding and living purposeful and independent lives and believes that giving people the resources and support they need, can help transform our communities. Kimberley Jiyigas (Birds) and Maganda (Tomorrow) Makers have created an extensive number of strengths-based resources that seek to educate people, resulting in positive impacts within our communities. These valuable resources, and more information can be found on our websites, and can be used freely.



Natasha lives in Kununurra, East Kimberley, with her family.

Book your place or find out more via Eventbrite here.

We'll let you know about future Lunch & Learns soon. Watch this space for details!