First Nations Frameworks – Created by Mark Yettica-Paulson

First Nations Frameworks is created on Quandamooka Country, Queensland Australia


There's another way to look at the world around us.

We’ve learnt a lot about identity, leadership and working across cultures over the last few decades.

There is value and beauty in the way we can make sense of the world through a First Nations / Indigenous / Australian Aboriginal perspective. 


We want to help others find the words and processes to understand education, growing older, collaborations and so much more through our simple and easy to follow frameworks.


Our frameworks are original pieces of artworks that are connected to our Australian Aboriginal and Pacific Island culutres. Enjoy!

Meet Your Author

Mark Yettica-Paulson. Indigenous Australian expert leadership, facilitator and writer.

Mark is a Chief Director of Super Native Unlimited & Indigenous Queensland leader who specialises in cross cultural collaboration. He is an Intercultural Leadership specialist from South East Queensland and North East NSW regions. Mark is from the Birrah, Gamilaroi and Bundjalung peoples. Mark brings decades of wisdom from his career in leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and community education across the corporate, government and faith sectors. 

He has advised organisations such as National Australia Bank, Australian Football League (AFL) Indigenous Development programs and the Indigenous All Stars, Medibank, Australia Post and Foundation for Young Australians, and held roles as Joint Campaign Director for Recognise, CEO of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre and a senior leader at Office of the Registrar of Aboriginal Corporations.

Mark is currently the Deep Collaboration Lead for Collaboration for Impact, the 2021 Core facilitator for the Australia Council for the Arts Custodianship Program and one of four Pou, Indigenous Intellectual Leader and Knowledge Holder for the 2021 Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity Program.​


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