Diana David

Indigenous Engagement and Partnerships Manager

Diana David is a Gunggandji, Southern Kaanju and Kulkalgau woman from Cairns North Queensland. She is passionately focused on advancing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s rights to self-determination and promoting community engagement. Diana recognises the profound challenges climate change has on Indigenous health. She aims to amplify their voices to safeguard Queensland’s climate and environment, making a meaningful impact across communities and beyond.

Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship/Innovation)/Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, Screen and New Media)
I can be found fishing
The Coconut Tree and the Minni Ritchii

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