Josephine Cashman is a Worimi entrepreneur from New South Wales. She is a lawyer, business woman and social entrepreneur with more than 17 years of experience working to create rapid business, social and economic growth for Indigenous communities around Australia.
In 2013, Josephine was appointed by the Prime Minister to the Indigenous Advisory Council and serves as Chair of its Safe Communities Committee. She also sits on the Board of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. As a lawyer with a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, and a Bachelor of Laws and Communications (Journalism) from UTS, Josephine worked for more than nine years in the Australian courts, and has worked in consultancy and voluntary roles for a variety of private, public and non-profit sector organisations. Josephine recently spoke at the full Human Rights Council at United Nations in a special session on violence against Indigenous women.
Key Speaking Points
Financial literacy and super