Radio Broadcasts

Black Star Interview

Black Star Interview
Measuring Happiness in Napranum, using the ‘well-being index’

  • Opening of the Napranum Library in Honour of Elder Maryann Coconut nee Hall

Whole of Community Change Broadcast Series

Whole of Community Change Broadcast Series

  • Series commencing: Introduction September 2, 2014

  • Episode One (I) September 16, 2014


Episode 1 features Councillor Maryanne Coconut, Community Engagement Officer Bo Waqata and Annalise Jennings, Director Dynamic Exchange.

Topic: Living in a values driven community and the role of Education.

  • Episode Two (II) September 30, 2014


Episode 2 features Councillor Maryanne Coconut, David Kempton Assistant Minister Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and State Member for Cook, Amos Njaramba CEO Napranum, and Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange.

Topic: How State Government and local council collaborated in Napranum’s transformation. Addressing community dysfunction and ensuring long term social and economic sustainability.

  • Episode Three (III) October 14, 2014


Episode 3 features Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange, Councillor Maryann Coconut Elder, Angela Lui Senior Sports Recreation Officer
Dicky Namai qualified carpenter and tradesman and supervisor of Napranum Housing Project.

Topic: Women of Worth and Men of Worth Programs and the positive impact on the community. Insights into the Housing Project – the first commercial joint venture in Napranum

  • Episode Four (IV) October 31, 2014


Episode 4 features Councillor Maryanne Coconut, David Kempton Assistant Minister Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and State Member for Cook, Richard Barrett founder and chairman of the Barrett Values Centre and Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange.

Topic: Metrics and evaluation. How do we measure sustainable change and cultural entropy. An overview of the 5 components of Whole of Community Change.

  • Episode Five (V) November 25, 2014


Episode 5 features Councillor Maryanne Coconut, Margaret Wheatley Speaker and Writer and Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange.

Topic: Women of Worth.. Promoting women’s roles in community leadership. Napranum as a model championing economic and social change. How the principles of motivation and faith worked in the evolution of Napranum.

  • Episode Six (VI) December 16, 2014


Episode 6 features Councillor Maryanne Coconut, Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange, Taranaivini Duri Davui Spiritual Leader Napranum, Matt Presti Cosmologist and Researcher and Lesli Moore Dahlke Author, Researcher & Veterans Advocate.

Topic: Spiritual traditions in indigenous culture. Evolving human relations and thriving economies. The faith and grace brought to children in culture and community through leadership by women, men and young adults.

  • Episode Seven (VII) January 27, 2015


Episode 7 features Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange and Lesli Moore Dahlke Author, Researcher & Veterans Advocate.

Topic: Napranum: from the 2nd poorest community in QLD to the highest profile community in just 3 years! Comparison with Indian Tribes of America. Education and empowerment of children. The role of Parenting.

  • Episode Eight (VIII) February 24, 2015


Episode 8 features Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange, Councillor Maryann Coconut Elder, Roy Chevathen Former Mayor of Napranum.

Topic: Health, education and parenting in an Indigenous Community. Traditions in agriculture. Children, identity and culture.

  • Episode Nine (IX) April 7, 2015

  • Final Episode – Whole of Community Change August 4, 2015


The Final Episode features Annalise Jennings Director Dynamic Exchange, Councillor Maryann Coconut Elder, Margie Barnes previous CEO of Napranum, Ernest Madua Ranger Program Co-Ordinator.

Topic: Opening of the Civic Centre. A manifestation of Whole of Community Change.

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Annalise is a self-employed entrepreneur, dedicated to shifting humanity in a positive way.

A short holiday in Cape York took her from a successful Senior Management career in the corporate sector to working with remote indigenous communities in the Far North of Queensland. Read More