Supporting young people and the next generation of Indigenous Entrepreneurs
2018

 
 
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Josephine Cashman, a Worimi entrepreneur from New South Wales, who holds two decades of experience working in legal, business and philanthropic contexts to create socio-economic outcomes that meet the diverse needs of Indigenous communities. She is a former member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council as Chair of its Safe Communities Committee and serves on the Board of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.

A glimpse into the episode:

“This is the time for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s to grab business with both hands, and it’s a great opportunity for people to be independent.” – Josephine Cashman

Josephine’s favourite book(s): 

  • How to win friends and influence people – Dale Carnegie
  • Crucial conversations – Kerry Patterson

What you will learn from Josephine:

  • The billion-dollar Native Business Table
  • Why people in rural and remote communities aren’t given a fair go and why business is the great equalizer
  • The merry-go-round of Government and bureaucracy