The Kununurra CRC is run by a small but dedicated team
Natika has been involved in the WA Community Resource Network for over ten years in varying roles in this time. Initially working for the Moora CRC (then Telecentre) as a volunteer and then Admin assistant, she moved to Wyndham and took on the role as Co-ordinator. Since leaving Wyndham Telecentre as Co-ordinator in 2007 she has remained as a committee member at Wyndham until her family moved to Kalbarri and Kununurra where she was a committee member for both CRCs before accepting the role of Manager in Kununurra in 2010. She has previously represented her colleagues on the Telecentre Advisory Council and is now a board member for the Association of WA Community Resource Centres.
Association Support Officer
(Club Development Officer and Volunteer Coordinator)
Renee has lived in Kununurra on and off since 1994; attending both Primary School; High School and TAFE in town and is mum to three fur babies.
While she has lived in Perth, Alice Springs, Geraldton and Broome - the water had been drank one too many times and the need to come back to the place she considers home was too strong.
Renee has worked in the Government Sector, Non Government Organisations, Not for profit organisations and private enterprise previously and has a passion for her local community.
She has recently accepted the offer for Association Support Officer at the Kununurra Community Resource Centre which has now combined the roles of both Club Development Support Officer and Volunteer Coordinator and looks forward to working with everyone in the near future.
Trainee - Business Administration
Bella has recently joined our team on a weekly basis after having helped us to deliver Mandarin Classes to Kununurra last year.
Bella's role is now to assist our customers and to work on our projects and events.
Kimberley Education for Life Trainee
Jordan joined our team in February 2016 and is currently engaged in the Kimberley Education for Life (KEFL) program, which is a partnership between Kimberley Group Training (KGT), Kununurra District High School (KDHS), North Regional TAFE (NRT) and the business community of Kununurra.
KEFL is a competitive program for students begining Year 11 and allows for them to recieve on the job training, their WACE and certificates in business and agriculture.
Lynette has been an invaluable part of the Kununurra CRC Team since 2009 in a casual capacity and was one of our very first Trainees in 2011. After taking some time out to look after her family Lynette has returned to the CRC this year to complete her next Traineeship in Business Administration Cert III.