Hi, I am Mark my various roles in the past have been on Educational and Sporting Club committees some of my passions are community and music.
I have grown up all over our country having experienced a different upbringing I joined the Army at 17 which saw me Overseas on several occasions and experiencing all sides of our country.
After my military Career myself and my family moved to Victoria.
Overall in my life I have always had an interest in music, sports, community and education.
Elijah Augustine is a 20 year old Nyul-Nyul, Jabirr-Jabirr and Ngumbarl Saltwater man from the coastline of the Kimberly’s, Western Australia.
As a young child he was diagnosed with Autism spectrum and Doctors predicted he would never speak or learn to talk. Music and culture opened up Elijah’s world and he has overcome many hurdles to be an amazing, inspiring and engaged young man.
Elijah plays guitar, sings and is a songwriter, as well as a serious scholar; completing his Cert 4 in Sound Production.
Elijah received a Wurreker Award back in October 2017 for Community Based Employee Award for his volunteer work at 3KND. Elijah continues to be a positive role model to many: young, old, special needs, Indigenous, mainstream and we believe his efforts are deserving of recognition.
My name is Wendy Brooke and I have been a radio broadcaster for 14-15 years now at 3KND. I am currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the Australian Catholic University, and I am hoping to work within the Justice Department when I graduate.
I want to work with our people on trauma informed care and implement some strategies to help bring some healing into their lives. I do volunteer work with a lot of different organisations in the community. I recently got married to my soul mate and life is good.
I am a board member to add my experience and skills to First Australians Media Enterprises and 3KND. Thus adding strength and durability to an organisation that is pro-active in our community.
I am a proud Aboriginal Woman. My mother’s mob are from NSW, around the Wiradjeri, Wemba Wemba, Barapa Barapa region.
Jodii started as a board member in 2015 with SEIMA (South Eastern Indigenous Media Association) and through its transition to First Australians Media Enterprises as the new governing body of 3KND
Jodii has a Certificate IV in Disability and has recently completed her Graduate Certificate in Family Therapy during the pandemic
Jodii has worked in a variety of sectors over her 30+ years career. Those sectors being Homelessness, Education and Training, Youth, Employment, Disability and Mental Health. She loves working in the community sector being able to assist her community and making positive changes.