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Meet Yatu Widders-Hunt


by The AFC

5 May 2020


Yatu is a descendant of the Dunghutti and Anaiwan peoples of the Northern Tablelands of NSW. She has a strong background in government and has worked across portfolios including Indigenous Affairs, mental health and sustainability. Yatu currently works as a Director at Indigenous social change agency, Cox Inall Ridgeway, where she leads major projects across PR, research and community engagement.

Yatu has also worked as a consultant and media professional for a range of Indigenous media outlets including National Indigenous Television and the Koori Mail. She is the founder of online community @ausindigenousfahsion which uses Instagram and Facebook to showcase Australia’s thriving Indigenous fashion industry. Yatu regularly speaks on issues of culturally led approaches to design, ethical engagement and the intersection between art and culture.


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