Scott Wilson

Dreamy Storyteller
Gooniyandi and Gajerrong

Scott Wilson is a Gooniyandi man from Muludja community and a Gajerrong man from Kununurra. His parents moved to Broome which allowed him to grow up on Yawuru country, Western Australia. In 2006, Scott was sent to Whadjuk country to board at Hale school in Perth to complete his secondary education. In 2010, he was awarded Indigenous Youth of the Year, and went on to study at the University of Western Australia, graduating with his bachelor’s degree majoring in Anthropology and Indigenous History and Heritage. Scott is now the co-creator and writer of the INDIGIVERSE, with a whole superhero comic universe inspired by his First Nations culture and languages. He spent 2022 traveling to all the major comic conventions across Australia sharing the first Issue gaining an extraordinary response from people across the nation, selling out wherever they went. When he is not writing for the INDIGIVERSE, he is writing scripts and developing television and film content as co-founder of Yoowarni Productions. Alongside, business partner Benny Eggmolesse and with a joint venture with Northern Pictures, their company has expanded with television content in development for 2023. Scott is passionate about using creativity to build awareness, empower his people and increase the representation of First Nations culture within Pop Culture.

In his spare time, he has also co-founded the first Majority Aboriginal owned green hydrogen fuel company called, Gevolve Solutions, which has inspired his relocation from Yawuru country (Broome) back to Whadjuk Country (Perth) to drive their mission and vision to protect and preserve our planet through supporting our countries transition into zero carbon emissions.  

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Rona is a proud Kaytetye woman from Central Australia who works with high impact organisations to create systems that centre First Nations people, knowledge and solutions.

Rona is the founder of Common Ground and brings 7 years 
of professional experience working across First Nations organisations and not for profits. Rona was previously the Director of First Nations at YLab, a social enterprise that puts young people with diverse lived experiences at the centre of designing and developing innovative and impactful solutions 
to complex social issues. Over her career, Rona has worked in policy at the Central Land Council, the Research Unit for Indigenous Languages at the University of Melbourne, Reconciliation Victoria, and the Foundation for Young Australians.In 2020, Rona was a finalist for the Victorian Young Achiever awards, was awarded a Westpac Social Change Fellowship. In 2019 Rona won a Diana Award and was named a 'Woman of the Future'  by Women's Weekly.Through her work with First Nations communities across Australia, Rona aims to create future systems that centre First Nations people, knowledge and cultures.Rona currently resides in Mpartnwe on Arrernte Country.