Jamie Lowe is a Gunditjmara Djabwurrung man and Chief Executive Officer of the National Native Title Council, a peak body set up to maximise the contribution of native title to achieving and improving the economic, social and cultural participation of Indigenous Australians. Jamie yarns on 3KND's Big Brekkie about the Indigenous Cultural Heritage Conference and broader matters of protections for Aboriginal Cultural Heritage; how the Conference will progress actions and attitudes around caring for Country.
Jamie was also elected to the executive of First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria, as Victorian Aboriginal Peoples move towards treaty. Before joining the National Native Title Council, Jamie was Chief Executive Officer of the Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation, appointed by the Federal Court to hold native title rights and interests for Eastern Maar citizens over their country in southwestern Victoria. Jamie still stays involved in community and negotiations of settlement for future Eastern Maar claims.