Grammarian Phoebe Jackson (Class of 2020) is a proud Gunditjmara and Wiradjuri woman. She is currently working with the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service and has her future sights set on being a midwife.
Hear from Phoebe on her passion for Aboriginal health care and community, and her work with the Tackling Indigenous Smoking Unit.
This interview was conducted as part of our Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Month – a month of content (including a social media takeover) by young alumni for young alumni. This initiative forms part of our broader Young Alumni Ambassador Program (YAAP).
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