Nakita Kirby (McGregor) is a Kuungkari woman raised in Cherbourg, Queensland who has worked in NFP, public, and corporate spaces.
She has experience working with high-risk disadvantaged communities, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, as well as stakeholder engagement. Nakita has experience in community engagement, case management and project work.
With a Health Promotion background, she understands the importance of societal aspects of life and holistic approaches required to address social issues and targeting measurable change specifically for Indigenous groups.
Nakita has worked within the Social Corporate Responsibility sector of Medibank and assisted with the 2018-2020 RAP launch and report.
Nakita joined Murawin as a Graduate Consultant in 2021 and has worked with the Social Outcomes and Engagement team on RAP development and cultural awareness education. Nakita has also worked across Murawin with our Research and Evaluation Team.
- Diploma in Health Studies, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Current studies: Bachelor of Public Health & Health Promotion, Deakin University