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Shirley Wilson

 

Shirley Wilson, Deputy Chair of TRRA; Chair of the Dubbo Aboriginal Community Working Party

Shirley Wilson, is a well-known advocate for women and children in the Dubbo community, serving as the CEO of Multipupose Allira Gathering Association for some 30 years. During that time, Shirley has supported the growth of Allira from an informal playgroup for Aboriginal women, to a multi service organisation that provides long day care and elders program and social housing.

Shirley is the Chair of the Dubbo Aboriginal Community Working Party, and represents this community on TRRA.

 

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