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Sculthorpe, Heather

Occupation
Chief Executive Officer and Lawyer
Website
http://tacinc.com.au/

Summary

In 1982 Heather Sculthorpe became the first Tasmanian Aboriginal to obtain a law degree, from the University of Tasmania. She established a career in the administration of Tasmanian Aboriginal organisations. In 2016 she was Chief Executive Officer of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

Sources used to compile this entry: Milestones for Tasmanian Women http://www.dpac.tas.gov.au/divisions/csr/information_and_resources/significant_tasmanian_women/milestones_for_tasmanian_women [accessed 2016-11-05].

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