About Jamie Lowe
Jamie Lowe is a Gundjitmara Djabwurrung man and CEO of the National Native Title Council (NNTC). Jamie is an elected representative on the historic First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria, representing the Eastern Maar People, tasked with negotiating a Treaty framework with the Victoria Government.
Jamie was previously CEO of the Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation, appointed by the Federal Court to hold native title rights and interests for Eastern Maar citizens over their country in southwestern Victoria. Jamie still stays involved in community and negotiations of settlement for future Eastern Maar claims, and is a strong advocate for Traditional Owners, both in Victoria and across the country.
Jamie has a background in both government and non-government sectors and has expertise and skills in management, strategic planning, governance and economic development. Jamie believes that creating economic independence and maintaining and growing cultural identity are key to creating a self-determining nation of First Nations peoples.
Jamie is available as a media spokesperson. Please contact Megan Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0433 028 567.
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