Wendy Bell Wendy Bell i(A123569 works by)
Born: Established: Sydney, ;
Gender: Female
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Dr Wendy Bell began her teaching career in NSW before travelling to the Northern Territory. She lived and worked in Alice Springs for three years during the mid 1960s. After trying her hand at a number of other jobs she returned to teaching at Anzac Hill High School in Alice Springs. After leaving Alice, she spent six years living and working in Papua New Guinea and returned to a lecturing position in business and management at Caulfield Institute of Technology and later Monash University. Since 1984 she has interspersed university lecturing with more than a decade as an adviser on overseas development assistance programs funded by the Australian government. She returned often to Alice Springs, attracted by her love of the desert and its culture, researching CAAMA's battle Imparja Television, along with the role of Indigenous managers in Central Australian Aboriginal organisations for the Institute for Aboriginal Development in 1990. (Source: Imparja's website http://www.imparja.com/content/view/17/21/ )

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