Members On Their Way

Members On Their Way: Gabrielle Ebsworth

Meet the Wangkumara woman with a passion for Indigenous education and an obsession with footy.

By Natalie Cornish

Members On Their Way

Meet the Wangkumara woman with a passion for Indigenous education and an obsession with footy.

By Natalie Cornish

Gabrielle Ebsworth is a proud Wangkumara and Barkindji woman from rural NSW. She moved down to Melbourne to study Politics and Sociology, but then switched to Neuroscience to pursue a career in public health. Gabby currently splits her time between studying, volunteering and working at Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) as a Campaigns Assistant. Here, she talks her passion for empowering Indigenous children, why we should all be moving through life at our own pace and the most remarkable woman she’s ever met.

“I joined Future Women as an Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) Alumna after I was asked to speak at the HerVote Studio Session in Melbourne. I very quickly immersed myself in the opportunity as I was looking to branch out from my very small bubble of university life.

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