Indigenous mentoring plays a vital role within individual's and communities growth and development. The ability to provide guidance, support, and inspiration to Indigenous youth and adults, helping them navigate the unique challenges they face in today's society, is both an honour and a privilege.
As a proud Indigenous leader, athlete, and mentor, Greg is passionate about empowering Indigenous youth and creating positive change within his community. Working with organisations such as Glencore, Indigenous Allstars, NRL Indigenous Youth Camp, NSWRL, FOGS, and the QRL, Greg has become a driving force in Indigenous mentoring.
Greg and Glencore currently collaborate to foster sustainable Indigenous partnerships, focusing on education, employment, and cultural preservation. He has also played a crucial role in mentoring young players, like Selywin Cobbo, in the Indigenous Allstars team, providing valuable guidance in football skills, cultural integration, and life challenges. He extends this mentorship to young Indigenous players in the NSW and QLD Rugby League youth Indigenous teams.
Indigenous mentoring is crucial both on and off the field as it empowers individuals, promotes inclusion, and bridges gaps. In sports, it provides guidance and opportunities for talented athletes, breaks down barriers, and creates positive role models. In businesses, it helps Indigenous staff and entrepreneurs develop skills, access resources, and close economic gaps. Indigenous mentoring is vital in fostering representation, breaking stereotypes, and creating a more inclusive and diverse society.
Greg's mentoring goes beyond sports and focuses on internal and external improvement. If you are interested in a mentorship with Greg for your staff, students, or others, don't hesitate to contact us via our email: email@example.com to discuss.
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