A young Aboriginal woman suffers an egregious act of racism and decides that getting an education is the only way to eradicate racism for herself and others.
She travels to the United Nations where she becomes an advocate for eradicating racism and returns home to carry out her mission and her movement in her home country.
Her Great Grandfather’s shell regalia, imprisoned in the British museum basement calls her to speak and to lead.
Finding her own voice in Australia, Henrietta then created policy at the UN that ensured Indigenous people worldwide have a voice:
Inspiring, heroic, female, powerful, Australian, International Leadership.
Putting service before career advancement, she is now saving lives and the Australian government is implementing her self funded programs.
With fierce optimism and humour, Henrietta, like Moana, journeys beyond her geographical limitations, courageously surpasses cultural norms, fights the fears of traditions and stereotypes.