Two new smiling faces in the Indigenous Academic Support Unit 

Left to right: Tracy Sariago, Roz Angeles and Coralanne Williams

Coordinator of the Indigenous Academic Support Unit, Roz Angeles, was delighted this week to welcome two new smiling faces to the team.  Coralanne Williams has joined the IASU to take on the challenging role of receptionist and Tracy Sariago has been seconded from Corporate Communications to take on the responsibility of coordinating the ITAS program.

Coralanne is local Darwin girl who has recently returned to the Territory after living in Sydney and Adelaide for some years. Coralanne has an extensive background in administrative positions including a lengthy appointment with the Power and Water Authority.

Tracy is well known to many CDU staff and is looking forward to further developing her project management skills by undertaking an extremely difficult role within the university, that of ITAS coordinator.  Tracy is also studying part-time for her Bachelor of Business.

'Both Coralanne and Tracy bring to their positions skills and experience and the whole team are already enjoying the benefits of their competence, professionalism and willingness to help out’ said Roz.

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