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Traci Williams Traci Williams i(A145166 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Wakka Wakka people
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Traci Williams is a Wakka Wakka woman on her mother's side and was educated in Rockhampton.

She began her career at SBS in Sydney before moving to the ABC. She has worked as a diplomat with the Australian foreign service and then with Qantas managing their Indigenous programs and has travelled to Canada and the United States of America on a Churchill Fellowship.

She was the first Indigenous Australian to study at Cambridge University as part of the Wolfson College Press Fellowship Program. In 2011 she was appointed as a member of the New South Wales Premier's Expert Advisory Council for Women.

Williams has a Masters Degree in International Relations.

Source: (sighted 28/02/2012).

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