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David Liddiard has been committed to closing the education, health and wellbeing and employment gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians for over 30 years. Having seen first-hand the opportunities that can be opened through sport, David has long promoted it as a bridge to a brighter future. David founded the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA), which provides opportunities for Aboriginal youth in sport and education. The National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy has had impressive success with thousands of Indigenous youth being involved. David has been recognised for his tireless work and commitment to Indigenous Australia being awarded the Gold Harold Award in 2010 for services to Aboriginal Health and Education, the NSW Outstanding Community Service Award in 2013 and an Order of Australia medal (OAM) for service to Indigenous youth, sporting and employment programs in the 2014 Australia Day honours.
Leadership Development | Elite Performance | Executive Management | Leadership | Motivation | Public Speaking | Performance Management
National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy - CEO Order of Australia medal - Awarded (2014) NSW Outstanding Community Service Award - (2012) NRL Premiership - Winner with Parramatta Eels (1983)
Keynote (Diversity and Inclusion)
Culture | Race | Ethnicity, Indigenous Australians
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Diversity and Inclusion, Inspiration, Motivation, Resilience
Sport | Rugby League | England (Super League)
Sport | Rugby League | Australia (NRL)
Manly Sea Eagles, Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers
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