Karrina Nolan is of mixed heritage from Yorta Yorta nation in Victoria. She’s worked as an organiser, strategist, campaigner, facilitator, lobbyist and hip-hop wrangler alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, young people and communities for 20 years. She’s led programs and campaigns on women’s rights, globalisation and environmental justice with a focus on First Nations peoples.
Most recently, Karrina has been working as Seed’s Strategist and Community Facilitator. She has also been building power among communities protecting country – supporting communities in the Northern Territory to fight fracking and other resource extraction like mining Borroloola, and in Queensland alongside the Wangan and Jagalingou people. She is also a singer with the Mission Songs project, rejuvenating songs not heard in over 60 years from the mission days.