Interview with Glenda Ramsey by Tanya Riches
Glenda Ramsey is a Mamu woman from the Bagabara clan. Formerly a government worker, she is now
a volunteer at Hillsong Church in Darwin, and the recently appointed leader of the Christian association Aglow
in the Northern Territory. She is the daughter of Pastor Lawrence and Mary Ramsey who planted churches in Mt.
Garnet, QLD, Kununurra in WA and Batchelor, Northern Territory. Here she reflects upon her own journey into
leadership, and the value of being bicultural in assisting reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous
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