Jade Bradford

Communications Leader

Jade is a proud descendent of the Ballardong Noongar people and was raised in a small town in Western Australia. Her first job was working as a rouseabout in shearing sheds before she later returned to complete her studies, earning a Bachelor of Arts from Curtin University.

Jade has worked as a freelance journalist, writing for publications including the National Indigenous Times and Croakey Health Media. She is a research fellow of the First Nations Messaging and Narrative Shifting Project. In collaboration with other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fellows, Jade helped compile Passing the Message Stick, a guide for messaging and communications strategies which better support self-determination and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.