Henrietta Marrie

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Henrietta Marrie "has served as the Christensen Fund "Program Officer for Northern Australia since 2003. Born and raised in the Aboriginal community of Yarrabah southeast of Cairns in Queensland, Henrietta has held academic posts at a number of universities including at the Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Participation, Research and Development at the James Cook University of North Queensland and the Centre of Indigenous History and the Arts at the University of Western Australia. Since the mid 1980s, through her research and work in legislation and policy development, she has supported the Aboriginal movements in the arena of arts and cultural heritage, and in the recognition of Aboriginal rights to land and for the protection and recognition of traditional knowledge." [1]

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  1. Board profiles, Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network, accessed June 22, 2008.