Amunda is an Arrernte woman living in Alice Springs with her three children. Her traditional connection to lands are Irpmangkere (south/west of Alice Springs) & Irlmpe (North of Alice Springs).
She is an artist, experienced community health researcher and is a specialist in facilitating First Nations/Western relationships. Amunda is a member of Children’s Ground’s board.
Amunda has worked on a number of research projects, working with First Nations communities across the Northern Territory, undertaking and supporting research. She has undertaken many formal research training sessions and courses and has applied her learning to community researcher roles and other work.
Amunda brings important practical experience and theoretical knowledge in research and evaluation with First Nations communities.
In all her roles, Amunda has worked as a liaison between Western and First Nations organisations, ensuring community voices are upheld and respected. Additionally, Amunda is an accomplished artist, with pieces, logos and more commissioned by various not-for-profits and other organisations.