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Michelle Webb

Michelle Webb is a descendant of the Palawa People of Tasmania. She is the youngest daughter in a family of seven sisters and one brother, all of who were born and raised in Hobart. Michelle moved from Tasmania in 1993 to travel the 'mainland' with her partner and two young children. Arriving in Perth in 1995 she enrolled in the Aboriginal Bridging Course at Curtin University and began her tertiary studies in Journalism and Heritage Studies in 1996. After graduation Michelle worked in several areas including Principal Curator for a museum exhibition, Koorlongka, Experiences of Indigenous Childhood in Western Australia, Coordinating a Family Violence Centre and in 2001 began work with the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University. In 2006 she graduated from CUT with a Masters in Human Rights Practice. Michelle has held several positions at CAS including Associate Lecturer in the Indigenous Australian Studies Program, Program Coordinator in the Aboriginal Bridging Course and her current position as Lecturer in the Graduate Studies Program.

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