Mark Yettica-Paulson is a co-founder and chief of Super Native Unlimited.
Mark has facilitated leadership programs and advised organisations on business, strategy and governance including National Australia Bank,
He was also Joint Campaign Director for Recognise with Tim Gartrell, the recent campaign for a National Referendum to amend the Australian Constitution to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and remove discrimination.
Australia Council for the Arts
2020 Custodianship Program
An incubator for creative businesses using storytelling to drive social impact.
Community Leadership Program
Fred Hollows Foundation
WOW Women of the World Festival
Pacific Choirs Project 2021
Redland Performing Arts Centre
Maryann Talia Pau is a co-founder and chief of Super Native Unlimited.
Over the last 10 years, Maryann has developed her skills as a visual artist and Pasifika weaver, focussing on breastplates and body adornment for exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Craft Victoria, Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and Artisan.
Maryann's practice is based on collaboration and exchange, exploring the connection between craft, well being and fanua / land.
Follow Maryann's creative work online.