- Tel: 02 6024 7599
Rhonda was born Eora, raised on my mother’s country, Wiradjuri – Brungle/Tumut. Rhonda's role is to oversee the program budgets, ensure reporting is completed and provide supervision to staff. Rhonda has worked in the community services area for the past ten years.
Disability support worker / Mental health worker
- Tel: 0408 925 214
Maleah is a proud Wiradjuri women from Tumut. Maleah has lived in Albury going on 4 years.
Transport Officer/ PAG's Coordinator
Darren the transport officer and also preschool bus driver in addition to running the men’s & men’s over 50s group and driving the bus for the woman’s over 50s group.
Continuous Quality Improvement
Jan has lived in Albury for approximately 8 years. Jan is originally from Mornington Peninsula, VIC. Jan has worked at MAC for 6 months.
Julie was born in Melbourne, lived in Wodonga for 27 Years. Julie's is to provide a culturally rich, developmentally appropriate play based Preschool program for children aged between 3 and 5 years old.
Katrina is from Tumut, NSW and has recently moved to Albury. Katrina is the preschool assistant at Koori First Steps. She enjoy's her role and getting to know the children and families.
Koori Maternity Support Worker
Nekeisha is originally from Melbourne, but has lived in Albury for most of her life. Nekeisha completed year 12 at Albury High School in 2013, from there she started working at MAC in various roles.
Aboriginal Health Workforce Development Officer
Koori Womens Working Ways
Renee has been working at Mungabareena for the last two and a half years. In the past Renee has worked as the Parental and Community Engagement worker for Wodonga additionally she has completed student placements at Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health service and Tirkandi Inaburra cultural development centre. Renee has lived in Albury/Wodonga most of my life and is passionate about this community.
AHPACC Support Worker
Stephanie is a proud Wiradjuri women. Stephanie was born in Griffith NSW but has lived in Albury/Wodonga area since she was young. Stephanie started as the Trainee receptionist for the last year and recently transitioned into the AHPACC Support Worker role.
She looking forward to working with our Aboriginal community and furthering my career within the community.
Stephanie is a proud Kamilaroi women. She was born and raised in Albury/Wodonga. Stephanie is the Access and Support Worker (HACC) at Mungabareena, Supporting Elder’s and people with disabilities access the services they need. She has been working in the aged care sector for Five years.