Emma Cutmore is a proud Yorta Yorta and Kamilaroi Woman. Emma joined the AILC in February 2018 for her passion in seeing her mob develop and shine through accredited and non-accredited training. She believes our mob undersell ourselves at times and not realising their current capabilities and skills. Emma has an extensive working history for community organisation in particular with youth and mental health, drug and alcohol clients. Emma’s professional life has been committed to supporting and empowering the indigenous people from communities all across the country. Since starting out, at a young age, as an Aboriginal Liaison Officer at the Batemans Bay Police Station she has continued to dedicate her time into working in roles such as; Program Support at NESA, Finance/Office Manager at Indigenous Social Inclusion Company and now with us at the AILC.

 

Emma has a collection of academic achievements and qualifications, and is adding to that impressive list as she is currently working towards a Cert IV in Training and Assessment. Some of the courses Emma has successfully completed include but certainly aren’t limited to – Cert IV Youth Work, Cert II Indigenous leadership and a Cert III Aboriginal Health Worker.