About this Speaker
An Indigenous leader from the South East Queensland and North East NSW regions, Mark Yettica-Paulson is from the Birrah, Gamilaroi and Bundjalung peoples. He is the Core-Facilitator of the Australia Council for the Arts' Custodianship Program. Mark is the founder and Chief of Super Native Unlimited, specialising in creative and cultural leadership development. Mark brings decades of wisdom from his career in leadership development and community education across the corporate and government sectors.
Mark is currently the Deep Collaboration Lead for Collaboration for Impact, Australasia’s leading capacity building & learning network for responding to complexity through effective collaboration. He has facilitated leadership programs and advised organisations such as NAB, the AFL, Medibank Australia, Australia Post and The Foundation for Young Australians. He was Joint Campaign Director for Recognise, the recent campaign for a National Referendum to amend the Australian Constitution to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and remove discrimination. Mark developed the educational foundations for the Australians Together workshops and presentations while in his role as Strategic Business Manager and key presenter. Mark was the founder and Director of The Yettica Group, specialising in facilitating Indigenous leadership and assisting groups to work better as Indigenous and other Australians. While CEO of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre he drove the achievement of their RTO status. As senior leader at Office of the Registrar of Aboriginal Corporations he helped Indigenous organisations build governance capacity.
Mark’s leadership and facilitation work has been with the several organisations including:
NAB, AFL, Medibank, Social Leadership Australia, Desert Knowledge Australia, Australia Post, Foundation for Young Australians, Reconciliation Australia and the AFL Players Association.