With more than 30 years in the mining industry, and the last 20 running SME’s, her Aboriginal heritage caused her to add a social enterprise to her portfolio in 2014.
Her career has taken her internationally and led her to work in some of the most remote mine sites on the planet. From the wilds of Canada to the remote Kimberly in WA, during a time when communication was not so easy, and promotions were hard to come by for women. In 2003, she started her own Engineering business, and created a whole new space for women in a male dominated industry.
In 2014 Amanda started her passion project – a social enterprise – Kirrikin. Digitally printing authentic Aboriginal art onto luxury fabrics turning them into clothing and accessories. Kirrikin is building an international following, and re
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