Aunty Marlene Plunkett
Board Chairperson

My name is marlene Plunkett I am a proud Boandik Nations woman. Boandik Nation is in South Australia, my people are around the Mt. Gambia area. 

I have had the privilege to live around the Wiradjuri/Dhudhuroa area for the passed 35years.

My career has centred around community development and welfare.

Firstly a Nurse, then youth work and then into management.

My passion is in our young people as I feel they have a lot to offer our community.

Aunty Pam Griffin
Board Vice Chair

My name is Aunty Pam Griffin and I am a daughter of the Ngarrindjeri people of South Australia. My homeland is at the mouth of the Murray river.

I’ve lived and worked in the Wodonga region since 1994 (retired in 2016).

I am a founding member of the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation and established the Aboriginal Education Unit at Wodonga TAFE, where I worked for 22 years.

Currently I am involved in a voluntary capacity on Mungabreena Board and I help out others on a one to one basis.

My lifetime commitment is to promote the advancement of the Aboriginal initiatives.

Mike Eden
Board Member

Mike Eden was a former Australian professional rugby league player(NRL) who played over 100 first grade games in the 1980s for Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Eastern Suburbs Roosters, Parramatta Eels and the Gold Coast-Tweed Giants.

Mike established Eden Lawyers in 1991 and has expert legal knowledge in Commercial and Property Law.

He was the Administrator of the newly formed Federation Council formed by the merger of Urana and Corowa Shires.

He is passionate advocate for the Border communities. He has been a resident of Albury Wodonga since 2009.

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