Director of Aboriginal Education, Equity and Inclusion, Murdoch University
Braden Hill is a Nyungar (Wardandi) man from the south-west of Western Australia. He is currently the Director of Aboriginal Education, Equity and Inclusion and Murdoch University overseeing the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre, the Equity and Social Inclusion team and the University’s Health and Counselling Service. He is also chief investigator on Murdoch’s Healthways funded project looking at the lived experiences of people who identify as both Indigenous and LGBTIQ to better inform health services and practices. Having previously worked as an academic, Braden is now leading the University’s equity and inclusion agenda. His research interests relate to Indigenous education, identity politics, queer identities in education and transformative learning.