Ali Wass

Ali Wass

Ali Wass


ALI is a program facilitator who specialises in logistics & support, team & organisational development, and Indigenous & Youth Leadership.  She now lives in Tharwa (banks of the Murrumbigee River in ACT) with 2 teenage kids, and a partner.  Ali works within the ACT TAFE system as an education support person within the Aboriginal unit, and have worked predominantly within the alternative education system, and with Aboriginal communities across Australia.  Ali believes in enabling people to see their strengths, to take opportunities to grow, and to be challenged by extending personal risk taking behaviours, which results in personal growth.  Ali enjoys riding motorbikes, being outside, and travelling both internationally, and within Australia.
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