Daniel is of Aboriginal descendant of the Murriwarri people in Brewarrina, he grew up in Western Sydney and now lives in Port Macquarie. Dan has a keen interest in building capacity within Aboriginal communities.
Dan completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health) from Charles Sturt University School of Nursing and Midwifery, Post Graduate Degree in Indigenous Health (Substance Use) from University of Sydney, School of Medicine, Post Graduate Degree in Health Service Administration from Latrobe University School of Public Health and a Masters in Health Service Management from the University of NSW School of Public Health and Community Medicine. Dan currently delivers Aboriginal Primary Health Care qualifications to Aboriginal people all over the state.
Uncle Michael Saunders
Michael Saunders (Uncle Mick) is a proud Biripi man, one of his many talents is being an Aboriginal Resource Teacher, with over 20 years in teaching.
Uncle Mick has a Diploma in Primary Education, is currently studying a Post Graduate in Counselling and has also completed a Certificate in Ghatang Language (TAFE).
Uncle Mick is passionate about improving educational outcomes for Aboriginal people, keeping Gathang language alive by teaching language and building strong connections with the local community and Aboriginal families.
(Specialist non member Director)
Craig Tapper is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the business school of the University of NSW, and has taught there for over 23 years.
As well as teaching he has also had a 25+ year career as a manager, executive and Board Member on a number of not-for- profit boards and has been involved in numerous consulting assignments with Commonwealth and State / Territory government departments, specialising in reviews of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, community and aged care programs.