A conversation with Carol Innes

Our Executive Women's Leadership Forum is a community of senior executive level women in the Committee's membership who meet throughout the year to hear from inspiring leaders about their careers and life journeys.

We invite you to our next Executive Women’s Leadership Forum for 2021.

At this event, we offer you a complimentary invitation to hear from Carol Innes, Co-Chair of Reconciliation WA who will share her experience and insights about the movement for Reconciliation in Western Australia.

Meet our speakers and panellists

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Carol Innes

Co-Chair, Reconciliation WA

Carol Innes is currently a Co-Director in the Danjoo Koorliny Project – 2029 and Beyond, which is a long-term, Aboriginal-led systems change process based in the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia (UWA).

Her previous role was the position of Manager Aboriginal Cultural Heritage & Arts at the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority. She was involved in getting Noongar involvement in the major developments of Yagan Square, Elizabeth Quay and the Scarborough Redevelopment.

Carol Innes has a strong commitment to work with our community across all sectors. Her experience in government and the non-government sector spans over 30 years. Carol was employed at the South West Aboriginal Land & Sea Council for 10 years during the period of the State Government negotiation for the South West Settlement.

Carol worked for 11 years in the arts sector. She is experienced in government at both State and Federal levels and in the community arts sector. Carol specialises in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and she is a very strong advocate for raising the profile of Noongar people in Western Australia.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Committee For Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.