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About Nicole Tujague

Nicole Tujague BlndigSt(Hons)
Nicole is an Indigenous Research Academic at Gnibi Wandarahn College of Indigenous Australian Peoples’ at the Gold Coast Campus undertaking her PhD studies. She is a descendant of the Kabi Kabi  first Nations Peoples of North Queensland and the South Sea Islander community. 
 
Nicole grew up in and worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, training, capacity building and co-developing culturally safe, trauma-informed resources. She has project management experience and helps organisations build culturally-safe healing frameworks to guide their projects.
 
She has worked one-on-one with students supporting their social and emotional wellbeing, managing issues around mental and physical health for individuals and their families. Other experience includes evaluation using Indigenist methodologies including projects around suicide prevention, domestic violence and community research in rural, regional and remote areas throughout Australia.
 
Nicole is particularly concerned with working with individuals and organisations to support social and emotional wellbeing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.  She is researching Indigenous methodologies in evaluation, in particular ‘what Indigenous peoples want in evaluations that affect their lives’. 

Positions

2019 - Present Indigenous Research Academic, Southern Cross University Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples
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2017 - 2019 Lecturer, Southern Cross University Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2014 - Present Director, The Seedling Group
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Contact Information

PO Box 157
Lismore NSW
Australia 2480

Mobile: (+61) 434 370 723

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