Veronica Williams is an Aboriginal woman, business owner of Building Indigenous Capability who is from Queensland who has worked in remote, rural and urban Australia.
Major Projects include:
- the establishment, delivery and licensing of an Accredited Indigenous Mentoring Training Program:
- the delivery of Indigenous leadership training to over 2,00 Indigenous women and men nationally;
- the delivery of workshops aiding community groups to facilitate family violence workshop for community (Australia-wide) for the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Child Care (SNAICC) and
- Parent and Community Engagement Program (NSW)
Veronica’s prowess and skill in training and facilitation is boosted by her qualification to deliver Crucial Conversations™, and Diploma of Coaching from Newfield Australia. She also holds a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment and project management and currently studying certificate IV in Small Business. Her natural and refined skills in training and facilitating have contributed immensely to BIC successes in recent years, particularly with the introduction of Lexie Workshops designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and her International Facilitation Training with Zenergy Pty Ltd.
Veronica was part of an Australian delegation to attend the US National Minority Supplier Development Council’s Annual Business Opportunity Fair and Conference in Denver, Colorado in October 2013. As a result Veronica maintains a network of like-minded entrepreneurs using the power of business to drastically impact the world in a positive way. As just one example of staying abreast of cutting-edge developments, Veronica attended an advanced Communications Program at the Barry-Wehmiller University, St Louis which has stemmed from her trip to Denver, USA.
As an advocate for Indigenous women’s issues Veronica is a member of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance which is a new national body which works to advocate and empower the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
She currently delivers accredited Indigenous Leadership training for the Aboriginal and Islander Leadership Centre.