2022 NT Youth Round Table biography - Kyle Lachlan
Kyle is a proud Wiradjuri & Gamilaraay man of Dunn, Sloan & Cowan bloodlines that was born, raised & taught on lands of Wodi Wodi & Yuin People, New South Wales. He has lived in the Territory for nine months working full-time at CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation as an Aboriginal Health Worker & Key Worker. Kyle will begin to study with Batchelor Institute in 2022 to become an Aboriginal Health Practitioner.
In 2020, Kyle was appointed as the youngest ever Chairperson of the Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association Board of Directors. A not-for-profit Specialist Aboriginal Youth Service supporting vulnerable youth and their families. He is a member of several organisations and enjoys spending time with family and friends, being in salt water and playing sports. He is passionate about social issues that affect minority groups, and advocates for important topics such as Aboriginal education, and health, protecting country, and climate change.
"I would like to join to work alongside other NT youths to allow for successful outcomes to gravitate throughout the whole NT. I want to see changes for our youth & things implemented to see more success. I bring a wealth of knowledge from working with Local & State governments, sitting on boards where I gained strong governance skills which reflect my roles in leadership."
Last updated: 19 December 2021
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