Judy Kaye Knox
JudyKaye is a member of the Gomaroi Nation of central southern Queensland and northern New South Wales. She has an extensive background in Indigenous education, more particularly Indigenous therapeutic practices. JudyKaye has been a senior lecture/facilitator into the Masters of Indigenous Studies at Gnibi College at Southern Cross University since 2004. She has also been a guest lecturer into the undergraduate degree, Health of Indigenous Australian Peoples as well as a team member of the Multi Skilling Unit also at SCU.
Traveling abroad to deliver community work as part of a response team saw JudyKaye running programs in Timor Leste and in Kaugere, Papua New Guinea. She has presented at numerous conferences and workshops including, Keynote speaker at Child Care Expo in Rockhampton, QLD; Sexual Assault Workshop in Alice Spring, NT; Loss and Grief Training for the Grafton Aboriginal Medical Service and the Women’s Healing and Leadership Camp in Cunnamulla, QLD.
JudyKaye currently holds a Masters of Indigenous Studies (Wellbeing) from Southern Cross University, a Certificate in Indigenous Therapies from Central Queensland University and an Associate Diploma in Arts SAIT & University of South Australia.