Our Friends

We have recently started a “Friends of Pindi Pindi” category, a place where you can show your personal support of our Centre. If you’re interested send us an email on info@pindipindi.org.au. A facebook page will be established soon. In the meantime our friends include:


Ms Wendy Treasure

Wendy was raised in Perth, Western Australia and is an inaugural international fellow for Pindi Pindi. She completed secondary school at Governor Stirling Senior High and gained a Bachelor of Laws from Murdoch University.  Whilst living in Perth, Wendy worked with various Aboriginal Land Councils.  She is now currently completing a Masters in Mining Law at the University of Dundee in Scotland.  Wendy is a passionate advocate on behalf of Aboriginal Australians.

Ms Paola Fischer

Paola Fischer studied Cultural Anthropology, Ethnology and Linguistics with a focus in cultural and linguistic diversity. She received her Master’s in these three majors in Frankfurt in 2007. Paola moved to Australia in 2009 and pursued an interest in Aboriginal culture and languages. This soon became a passion. She worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Kim Scott at Curtin University, took up Noongar language and cultural classes and is currently working as a field anthropologist conducting heritage surveys, most recently in Wongatha and Ngadju country. As a Pindi Pindi friend, she is happy making a positive contribution to something very valuable, a better today and tomorrow for Australian Aboriginal people.

Ms Jennifer Campeau, Ms Marie and Ms Deborah Protter

Profiles currently being constructed.