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Sean Armistead

Board Director

Sean was born in Darwin, where he lived with his father and his mother – a Ngunga Aboriginal Woman – before moving to Melbourne at the age of eight. He grew up and attended primary and secondary school in the blue collar suburb of Frankston, but it was at the University of Melbourne that his passion for Indigenous affairs flourished.


As a strong advocate for Indigenous affairs, Sean has actively worked with the Indigenous community across Australia and assisted many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into employment. He has close involvement with a number of community organisations and associations, including serving as Chairperson of Worawa Aboriginal College. Sean currently works as the Manager of the Indigenous Employment Program for one of Victoria’s largest single site employers, creating opportunities for disadvantaged people to gain jobs and build careers.

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