Reconciliation, Responsibility, Reciprocity

The School of Public Administration together with IPAC-Victoria is pleased to share a conversation with international Indigenous business leader, speaker, advisor, facilitator and multiple award winning author Carol Anne Hilton on the public sector's role in the billion dollar Indigenous economy.

Carol Anne Hilton is committed to increasing the visibility and inclusion of Indigenous business and economic growth globally. With over 20 years of experience in community, business development and economic design, Carol Anne is focused on multi-generational Indigenous wealth creation. Carol Anne is a founder of the Indigenomics Institute—a leading research, education, and engagement platform for supporting the rebuilding and design of Indigenous economies of Indigenous peoples worldwide. The Institute works to facilitate the realization of Indigenous modern political, economic, legal and community development objectives. She is also author of the award winning book Indigenomics: Taking a Seat at the Economic Table (2021).

This event was filmed 1 December 2021 and was moderated by Dr. Susanne Thiessen, an Assistant Professor in Indigenous Community Development in the School of Public Administration. It is shared here as a video in four parts.