Millie Ingram | Treasurer
Millie Ingram was born and raised in Wiradjuri country (Cowra) in central NSW.
She has worked in Aboriginal Affairs all her life at a community level and in government. For 13 years from 1982 Millie worked for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs as Assistant Secretary advising the government on community relations and partnerships.
Millie was an elected Councilor for the NSW Aboriginal Land Council for four years representing the Wiradjuri Region of NSW, being the only woman popularly elected by the community on a council of 13 people. In 2011 Millie received a Commonwealth
Bicentenary Award from then Prime Minister, The Right Hon. John Howard, the services to the community.
Millie is a Justice of the Peace and was a finalist in the NSW 2010 International Woman of the Year Award which was celebrated on 8th March 2010. She was awarded ‘Woman of the Year’ in 2010 for the electorate of Heffron, held by the Hon. Kristina Keneally MP.