Sandra King Management acknowledges and respects the Traditional Custodians past and present of Country.
© 2018 by Sandra King Management.

EVENT & PROJECT
MANAGER

Sandra coordinates and presents programs that will empower, inspire and inform our youth, disengaged women, mothers, Elders and mainstream communities facing issues that will help them make changes for the betterment of their family, themselves and our nation.

 

Sandra's programs enable our Elders to stay in touch with our continuing growing community and with businesses who want to learn and participate in our cultural diversity programs and breaking down the barriers. ​​

Events and community programs include:​

  • Facilitator, leader and presenter for Dada Gana Indigenous Women’s Leadership Program for four years

  • Contracted by DEEWR to manage, facilitate and present ‘PaCE’ (Parental and Community Engagement) programs for the youth, disengaged women, mums and Elders. Average attendance for every session was 18

  • Contracted by Brisbane City Council and state Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Multicultural Affairs to manage, design and deliver programs for disengaged women and youth

  • Contracted by DEEWR to coordinate a two-day Indigenous Career Expo at ANZ Stadium

  • Coordinate leadership, cultural and career camps and programs from 1999-2009 for two high schools

  • Managed the school team for two high schools in the AITAP (Aboriginal and Islander Tertiary Aspirations Program) State School Challenge where both teams won Gold, Silver and Bronze for three years consecutively

  • Presented Personal Development and Self Esteem classes for Indigenous women and youth for various communities in Queensland

  • Facilitated youth providers workshops in Brisbane

  • Facilitated and presented programs on the Stolen Generation for Murrigunyah

  • Facilitated and presented programs in Logan and Beaudesert

  • Facilitated and presented the ‘Hidden History’ Crossing Cultures program to an audience of teachers in the Brisbane, Logan and Gold Coast areas for eight years 

  • Developed and published five Black, Bold and Beautiful IWIL ‘Close the Gap’ calendars of inspiring First Nation Women

  • Assisted the Managing Coordinator of the 1996 National Indigenous Writers and Playwrights Conference and Workshop

  • Managing coordinator of Indigenous Performers for the Ausmusic 'Australia Music Day' Concert held at the Piazza Theatre, Southbank Parklands

  • Coordinated performances of Traditional Aboriginal Dancers, singers and cultural presentations for three years for the Oasis Resort Shopping Centre, Broadbeach where they won the Australian Shopping Centre's Special Events Award

  • Coordinated all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional and contemporary performances for the 1991 International Lions Convention

  • Coordinated the first publication of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tourism Booklet for Queensland Tourism