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Dr Jessa Rogers CF is a Wiradjuri educator, artist, researcher and board director. She is a Co-Investigator on the project Success Factors for Indigenous PhD Candidates and Graduates, and a Teacher Education Advisor to Ako Matatupu (an Indigenous-led initial teacher education provider in Aotearoa NZ).

Dr Rogers sits on the Aboriginal Australian Studies Journal Editorial Advisory Board and the AIATSIS Publishing Advisory Committee. Dr Rogers also sits on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, the AITSL Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group, and the AHPRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy Group. She has been a Churchill Fellow and a Fulbright Scholar, based at Harvard University where she was a Fellow in Anthropology and with the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP). She currently holds an Honorary Fellowship at The Australian National University in Indigenous Studies.

Dr Rogers is a mother of three sons, with whanau connections to Ngati Kauwhata, Ngati Raukawa and Ngati Haua in Aotearoa NZ. 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy (Indigenous Studies), Australian National University

Certificate IV in Life Coaching, LCIA

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (First Class Honours), Queensland University of Technology

Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama) (With Distinction), Queensland University of Technology

Master of Education (Guidance & Counselling), University of Southern Queensland


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