Meet our new Community Liaison Officer
BNTAC is excited to introduce our new Community Liaison Officer, Zoey Lethbridge!
As part of our Member Services team, Zoey will be available to answer community questions about BNTAC’s work and help Members access support programs that are right for them — such as our education or economic policies.
What does Zoey’s role mean for Members?
- A better understanding BNTAC support policies and assistance with application forms
- Help in accessing support outside of BNTAC
- Working with Banjima Elders and supporting Members with particular medical needs
- And much more
Zoey is a Burungu Milyaranpa Banjima woman, who has been passionately supporting her Banjima community through various administrative and community-based roles for the past seven years.
As part of the BNTAC Member Services team, and as a current BNTAC Board Member, Zoey aims to continue in these support roles to help future generations of Banjima People access better health, education, and employment opportunities.
Zoey and BNTAC’s Member Services Team will be visiting communities in the Pilbara later this month. Please see this flyer for more details!