IWC CEO Ara Harathunian, General Manager Wayne Mulvany and Corporate Coordination Manager Leanne Connors attended the 3rd Annual Regional Economic Development Growth Forum in Maryborough yesterday. Bundaberg Mayor Jack Dempsey and North Burnett Mayor Rachel Chambers also attended.

Organised by the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils in partnership with the Department of State Development and Regional Development Australia (Wide Bay Burnett), they joined mayors from across the region, ministers and senior executives from across all levels of Government.

IWC is the largest employer of Indigenous Australian peoples in our region, and drives innovation in our region around health, wellbeing, family and community services through ongoing consultation with our communities.

With more than 12,500 clients and growing, IWC is delivering real outcomes through its unique holistic, whole-of-person model of care that works to the highest good of all in our communities, with a focus on First Nation peoples, the vulnerable, disadvantaged, at-risk and frail.

IWC is working to deliver Stage 2 of the IWC Health & Wellbeing Community Centre in Bundaberg, and is committed to creating local jobs and supporting our region's industry during and after construction, while continuing to build the delivery of outstanding community care.


Pictured are IWC GM Wayne Mulvany, Finance Manager Simon Dalrymple, Corporate Coordination Manager Leanne Connors and CEO Ara Harathunian.