Meet the Team - Amy

Pictured: Amy (far right) with Managing Director Joseph Wallace and her team.

Having worked at Multhana just shy of 12 months, Cleaning Client Services Manager Amy has found working with an Indigenous business important in helping her connect with mob.

Amy’s great-grandmother is from the Stolen Generation and part of the Wiradjuri mob in Cowra, New South Wales. She later moved to Sydney, where Amy grew up as part of the Gandangara mob in Liverpool.

A greater connection with mob

Since joining Multhana in April 2022, Amy has formed a greater connection to mob, noting Managing Director Joseph ‘Joey’ Wallace has helped her feel part of the community. “Our weekly yarn is great”, she reflects. “Multhana is a very supportive workplace – it’s great to work alongside the directors who are dedicated to their team’s success”.

Having previously worked in a similar role with a non-Indigenous business, Amy takes great pride working with a First Nations organisation, saying: “where I work is very important for me. Multhana feels like home. I’m very happy where I am.”

And the feeling is mutual, with Amy’s Manager, Multhana Operations Manager Cam, saying nothing but positive things about her:

“Amy creates genuine bonds with her team and connects with other employees on a personal level. She takes the time to understand who the team are outside of work by initiating the ‘Get to know the team challenge’. This simple display of leadership highlights Amy’s positive influence on the team and emphasises Multhana’s inclusive work culture.”

As one of the largest Indigenous commercial cleaning businesses in Queensland, Multhana are proud to support Amy and the wider Indigenous community.

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