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Dallas Leon


Dallas is a Kalkadoon and Waanyi man that has worked in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander field for over 20 years.  Dallas has held a number of roles across government and non-government, including working as an Aboriginal health worker, a senior health manager and working on various state-based and national projects.

Dallas previously held the role of CEO for Gidgee Healing, the Aboriginal community controlled health service in Mount Isa, where he was instrumental in leading the reform of primary health care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across North West Queensland and the Lower Gulf. He is currently the Director of Commercial Operations at the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH). In addition to his employed roles, Dallas has held a number of directorships and been an active member of relevant national level committees. 

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