Selina is a Proud Ngardi-Jaru-Kija woman raised in Halls Creek, Western Australia. Selina has over 20 years’ experience in management and service delivery roles in the WA and the NT Governments, including courts and youth justice. She has contributed to a wide range of Nous projects by designing and leading consultations with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations. Her work at Nous is grounded in her understanding of trauma-informed practice and the nuances and subtleties of communication and relationships in an Indigenous context. Selina delivers cultural competency training for the whole of Nous, in which she provides a safe place to learn, grow and celebrate differences, as well as to learn about the importance of being trauma-aware and healing-informed. Clients and stakeholders appreciate her empathy, deep listening, and effective communication.
Selina enjoys staying healthy, connecting with family and exploring nature. She appreciates art and beautiful things – as well as a good book, fine weather, great food, and a little outdoor music.