Dennis Ware - General Board Member
Dennis Ware is a Warrabal man from Central Queensland and has a long background in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs. His experience extends from management of community based organisations in Queensland and the Northern Territory and includes 20 years in national and state management of education funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs. As an external student, Dennis obtained a Degree in Community Welfare from James Cook University in 1993.
During his time as a public servant in Canberra and in Brisbane, he represented the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training on a number of state based advisory bodies associated with education and training.
Following retirement from the Australian Public Service Dennis worked at State Department of Education and Training in the establishment of Indigenous School to Work area. He is currently engaged at Australian Red Cross in Queensland as Principal Program Officer, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy and Engagement.
Ally Lynch - Events and Communications Staff Member
Ally was recently annoucned an Advance Queensland Digital Champion by The Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP. You can learn more about the AQCDC program and read Ally's profile by clicking here.