Clinton McEntyre

Marketing & Development Manager

Clinton McEntyre is a Worimi man, born and raised on neighbouring Wonnarua country in the Hunter Valley. Currently, he is in his final year of a Bachelor of Business Administration at the University of Technology Sydney and plans to continue into a masters or post-graduate studies. Clinton has many years of experience working in the public service, starting on the frontline in housing and homelessness, working to achieve positive outcomes for Aboriginal people and families experiencing crisis. Clinton has worked in public policy, programs and projects that includes whole-of-government reforms designed to improve outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families. More recently, Clinton was driving new initiatives within the Department of Communities and Justice that work in partnership and collaboration with Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCO’s) to design a homeless service that is delivered by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people. Clinton has also worked in partnership with key Aboriginal stakeholders to deliver mandatory Aboriginal cultural capability training across the public service that aims to improve cultural awareness of staff that then reflects on improving service provision to Aboriginal children, families and communities.