Sye Hodgman

Sye Hodgman

Sye Hodgman is a proud Trawlwoolway man from Tasmania and qualified as a Registered Nurse. He has been an active member of Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives for 15 years. He has spoken in support of CATSINaM at Parliament House during their Close the Gap address in 2015 and spoke to the National Health Leadership Forum that same year. He has also participated in the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards consultations regarding cultural safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients across Australia.

Sye is an experienced Project Management and Strategic Planning professional with a strong background in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Education and Employment in the Public, ACCO, University and NFP Sectors. He has chaired multiple committees at local and state levels in support of increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment, health, justice, and education outcomes, including leading the state-wide Victorian committee for increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives for over 2 years.

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