Clair Jackson has a strong commitment to build safe spaces for women and girls to develop and grow. She champions women regardless of race. She established and curates the Northern Sydney Aboriginal Artist exhibitions highlighting the work of Aboriginal women.
With a belief in education and her commitment to making a difference, she quietly but powerfully pushed through changes to ensure culturally safe engagement for both students and staff.
Clair has worked for decades behind the scenes to ensure that the art of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander women is represented in the regions.
Clair continues to be an active participant in the Regional Reconciliation Network of which she was co-chair for 6 years.