KSGAC Stolen Generation Flower makes its way to Major Bank NAB thanks to JAWUN Secondee Catherine Prosser

Photo of NAB staff with the KSGAC Stolen Generation flower


“My adventure with JAWUN started on 19th May 2019 with my flight from Melbourne to Broome. As a group the JAWUN secondees visited KSGAC a couple of days into our six week secondment. The presentation was both emotional and uplifting and we were all overcome with the huge impact of the Stolen Generation.”  Said, Catherine Prosser NAB’s Senior Consultant Channel Management – Acquiring & HICAPS.

Catherine was placed in the West Kimberley town of Fitzroy Crossing. “My brief was working at KALACC in Fitzroy Crossing on the importance of Cultural Camps for Women. We held a wonderful, healing camp at Windjana Gorge for Bunuba and Ngarinyin women.”



KALACC Fitzroy Crossing  Cultural Camp for Women- June 2019

“Since I’ve been back in Melbourne and back at my role in NAB I want to raise awareness of The Stolen Generation, the whole picture of the generations affected. My aim is to get the beautiful and significant KSGAC Stolen Generation flowers in all branches and offices of the NAB, with a launch on May 26th 2020.”

KSGAC sincerely thanks NAB and Catherine for the support and for her willingness to work with us on highlighting this issue and walking on our journey together – we are, after all, heading toward the same destination.