GLENN SHEA is an award winning writer “Three Magpies Perched in a Tree” First Aboriginal person to graduate NIDA with a degree in Dramatic Art. Researcher/curator the “History of Blak Theatre 1967 – 2000” with a one-year exhibition at the powerhouse museum (Sydney) Inventor/facilitator the Indigenous cultural education resource “THE STORYTELLER” Board Game, which provides knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal people, society and cultural from a generic and non-political perspective through active learning pathways. Currently implementing new program for the Department of Health and Human Services, titled “The Meernook Learning Program” for Indigenous children in care. He is a retired frontline Koorie youth justice worker, Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative, he wrote the WEP, fulltime education and development program as well as a ten-day cultural gathering camp around the boundaries of country for Aboriginal adolescent young people who came into contact with the criminal juvenile justice system. Glenn has competed for and won tenders with the State Government of Victoria and Southern Metropolitan Health for Alfred Health, Alfred, Caulfield and Sandringham Hospitals, Monash Medical Centre as well as Inner South Community Health with cultural awareness and safety training. Glenn has also written “An Indigenous Trilogy” and was commissioned by Country Arts SA to write for their Aboriginal Diggers Project, his play “MI:WI 3027” was presented in the Raukkan Community Hall on the 23rd April and on ANZAC Day 25th April 2018 in the Dunston Theatre South Australia. Glenn has also been the MC for the Adelaide Festival and the MC for the “AFL Dreamtime at the G” Presidents Dinner between Richmond and Essendon at the MCG.