Supporting young people and bringing up the next generation of Indigenous Entrepreneurs

Josephine Cashman

Josephine Cashman

Josephine Cashman, a Worimi entrepreneur from New South Wales, who holds two decades of experience working in legal, business and philanthropic contexts to create socio-economic outcomes that meet the diverse needs of Indigenous communities. She is a former member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council as Chair of its Safe Communities Committee, and serves on the Board of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.

Glimpse into the episode:

“This is the time for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s to grab business with both hands, and it’s a great opportunity for people to be independent.” - Josephine Cashman

Josephine's favourite book(s): 

  • How to win friends and influence people - Dale Carnegie
  • Crucial conversations - Kerry Patterson

What you will learn from Josephine:

  • The billion dollar Native Business Table
  • Why people in rural and remote communities aren’t given a fair go and why business is the great equalizer
  • The merry-go-round of Government and bureaucracy