Rachael Cavanagh – Director

Rachael is a Minyungbal mibbiny from the Yugambeh Nation of Northern NSW and South east QLD. Rachael has a graduate in Health and a post graduate diploma in Natural and Cultural resource management. Bringing over a decade of senior executive experience in partnership building, strategic planning, community consultation and policy development; extensive networks across all levels of government, community and business; a demonstrated ability to build collaborative vision; as well as strong cultural foundations.

At Rachael’s essence, she is a mother a carer and valued community member. Professionally Racheal is a facilitator, broker and connector. Her foundations lie in building relationships, trust and rapport before business. Her work is underpinned by her longstanding, genuine and meaningful relationships within First Nations communities across Australia and internationally. These collaborations within First Nations communities have increased genuine investment and awareness of the important role that First Nations Women and communities hold within the Environment and Climate Change sectors.

Rachael believes, First Nations people are the greatest asset to our County, especially in the current global climate. Rachael is committed to creating genuine relationships with communities to help support them as world leaders in Whole of Country.