Isaac Muller’s a proud Wiradjuri and Palawa man born and raised on Wurundjeri land. Isaac yarns with Gman about what NAIDOC means to a young man and how he will celebrate this week. Isaac's connection to culture and people is evident through his involvement in several Aboriginal programs; the 3-year Warran Warran Maar program, AIME, Global Indigenous Management and more. He has built a relationship with people from different professions that has helped him in the field of communication.
He has represented his culture through modelling around Australia, America and Canada. He sits on the Koorie Youth Council board where he has provided multiple voice recordings for governed meetings that continue to be played in parliament, today.
His passion for social justice, mental health, educated and giving people a voice is represented in his recent published and verbal reports on his personal experiences on Kokoda Track, his voluntary teaching in India and journals from around the world. Isaac is currently studying at La Trobe University in Media as well as working as a broadcast/ Journalist at KoolNDeadly 3KND.