Cheryl Kerinaiua

Services: Employment,Board


The Board welcomed Cheryl Kerinaiua as a new director at Bathurst in 2022. Cheryl is a welcome addition to the Board, interested in working with parents to improve school attendance at Wurrumiyanga. She is supportive of the work of TITEB’s RSAS team (known as ‘Yellow Shirts’):

Yellow shirts are doing good work with getting kids to school. It’s a bit sad that we have lower attendance at Wurrumiyanga, it’s hard to get the kids to school. We are trying to encourage the parents to help the Yellow Shirts because they are there to help the kids and to provide something good for them – education.

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