Aboriginal economic participation is on the rise, and so is self-identification.
Brendan Moyle is a Kamilario/Gomeroi man who has spent much of his life living on Yuin, Ngarigo, Ngunnawal and Ngambri country. He is currently the CEO of Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council which is located on the Central Coast, which is one of the largest and highest performing Local Aboriginal Land Councils in NSW. Brendan has been involved in Land Rights in NSW for over 20 years, at community and state level supporting Local Aboriginal Land Councils and communities. He, along with other members of the NSW Land Rights community, helped to form and shape the NSW Aboriginal Economic Development movement within Local Aboriginal Land Councils. He has over 25 years of community participation across Aboriginal housing, culture and heritage, legal services, and governance. Prior to commencing as the CEO of Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council, he spent 21 years between the NSW and Commonwealth Governments, operating as a Senior Executive Service Officer leading complex policies and programs.
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