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To celebrate Indigenous Business Month, we’re bringing you a free, How I Started This, event with Indigenous business owners to your lunchtime screens this October.
Not your run-of-the-mill business women, the panel welcomes First Nations talent agency founder Bianca Hunt, Melbourne-based designer Tahnee Edwards, and Business consultant Kerry Kennell, moderated by AFL host Megan Waters.
Lunch and learn how these three proud Indigenous women saw a gap in their respective industries and decided to do something about it.
Meet the panel
QUT Business and Creative Industries Graduate, experienced Broadcaster and freelancer, Bianca Hunt has a passion to bring her full-self into every space she enters. Well known for her Co-Hosting of NITV x AFL’s Yokayi Footy she intends to have a positive influence in the media industry. Bianca has worked across multiple industries which has put her ahead of the game and is always looking for new challenges and ways of expressing herself.
Tahnee is a Yorta Yorta and Taungurung designer based in Melbourne. From a love of typography, language and Blak pride, Tahnee launched Gammin threads, an apparel and accessories label back in 2018. Gammin threads is designed to pay respect and empower women.
Kerry is an island woman with connection to Ugar and Erub islands in the Torres Strait and is passionate about entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion. After 15 years’ experience, Kerry started her own consultancy company Kennell&Co, where she empowers people to do business their own way. Kerry does this through a lens of connection, culture and innovation, whilst helping businesses to have a meaningful impact on the community.
Photo credit: James Henry
Megan Waters is a Warumungu/Yawuru woman who was appointed the new co-host of NITV’s Yokayi Footy show earlier this year. Megan is extremely proud to be representing women in the sports media landscape and her culture on screen.