Professor Gregory Phillips

​Professor (Adjunct) of First People’s Health at Griffith University;
CEO of ABSTARR Consulting ; 
Chair Cathy Freeman Foundation;  AHPRA; AMC Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy groups

Gregory Phillips is Waanyi and Jaru, a medical anthropologist, and completed his PhD on cultural safety and power in medical education. He wrote the curriculum framework for Aboriginal health in medical schools, established the LIME Network and the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation. Gregory is Professor (Adjunct) of First People’s Health at Griffith University, is CEO of ABSTARR Consulting - leading change, and chairs the Cathy Freeman Foundation and AHPRA and the AMC’s Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy groups.