Emma Stubbs

Senior Research Assistant

Emma Stubbs is a Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara, Arabana and Adnyamathanha woman working and living on Arrernte Country in Alice Springs with Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.

Emma has more than ten years’ experience working in community services, case management, advocacy, administration and community development roles. She has experience working in a trauma informed way, with organisations that work Malparara Way (side by side) in making things better for Anangu (Aboriginal) people.

Emma is new to working in research, but believes that all Aboriginal people are researchers by nature, as we follow a 60000 year-old framework for sharing Tjukurpa (stories) and knowledge.