Liza McGuire – Owner, Redspear Safety

Episode 24

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Host Mundanara Bayles is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference which is the accumulated knowledge that Aboriginal people developed over the tens of thousands of years of living in this land, now known as Australia.

Relationships are at the core of Aboriginal Culture and Society and in our whole history of living in this country we never invaded our neighbours.

An Aboriginal Terms of Reference introduction is based on “Who you are and not what you do”, this way of introduction has been practiced by Aboriginal people since the first sunrise. From an Aboriginal perspective this way of introduction reinforces our humaness, we are much more than our job titles.

In Episode 24 of the Black Magic Woman Podcast, I yarn with Liza McGuire a Bidjara, Ghangulu and Iman woman originally from Rockhampton in Central Queensland. She has extensive senior management experience and holds a number of directorships across a broad range of sectors. Liza was the co-founder of Jinnali Productions where she co-produced the first Aboriginal women’s calendar taking it to international audiences in addition to providing young Aboriginal women with access to opportunity in the fashion industry. As a Founding Director of the Spear Foundation, Liza exercises her passion for the preservation of Aboriginal culture, Aboriginal Elders and youth and is also on the Board of Binar and the Foundation of Indigenous Sustainable Health (FISH). Liza is the proud owner of three companies Redspear, Redspear Safety and Safespear which provide services into the Oil & Gas, mining, marine, medical and construction industries.

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