Bronwyn Bathern

Bronwyn is a proud Jingili (Djingli ) descendant from her great grandmother Nora’s line.  Jingili Nation is located on the edge of the desert lands in the north eastern area of the Northern Territory.  Bronwyn was born and bred in Mount Isa, Queensland and has two children.  

With strong community ties in Mount Isa, Bronwyn proudly worked in the local Aboriginal Medical Service serving our people for four and a half years. It was during this time that Bronwyn’s passion grew to assist with building better health outcomes for our Mob. 

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