Faye McMillan named NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year

For her work in Indigenous health


8 March 2019

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Women NSW. Jada Whyman, Sharlene McKenzie, Associate Professor Faye McMillan and Laura Ross

One local woman has an extra reason to celebrate this International Women's Day, Associate Professor Faye McMillan from Coolamon, has taken out the NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year award.

A proud Wiradjuri woman, Faye was one of seven award recipients at the NSW Women of the Year awards in Sydney.

She's had an impressive career focused on Indigenous health, is an inaugural Atlantic Fellow, and a founding member of Indigenous Allied Health Australia.

Wagga soccer star Jada Whyman was also a finalist for the award.

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