Rhanna Collins is a proud Tasmanian Aboriginal woman and is the Executive Editor of NITV's Indigenous News and Current Affairs team, working across the TV station’s news and current affairs digital and on-air portfolio.
She is an experienced cross-platform producer and journalist with a strong news, current affairs and journalism background.
She has worked as a journalist, producer and editor in the newsrooms of a number of Australian media companies and broadcast stations over the past decade including Foxtel, The Weather Channel and Sky News.
Conference Day One Thursday 13
Plenary: Unpacking lived experience leadership
In this session, we discuss the meaning of 'lived experience' within different contexts, and in relation to themes of representation, accountability, leadership, and solidarity. Speakers will examine the principles and complexities of meaningful engagement and leadership of people with first-hand experience of a particular issue, as well as the ethical, political and practical dimensions of doing so.
Mia-lia Boua Kiernan, International Detention Coalition
Shukufa Tahiri, Refugee Council of Australia
Nishadh Rego, Jesuit Refugee Service Australia
Zaki Haidari, Community Representative
Rhanna Collins, National Indigenous Television
Dominic Golding, National Ethnic Disability Alliance
Cyprien Ntezimana, Rwandan Association of Queensland
RAPPP 1 Main Auditorium