Deanna Schreiber
Chair, Director
Deanna is a Gadigal woman born in Sydney, has four younger brothers all born on Gadigal Country. Her Father, a Wiradjuri man who was born in the NSW Riverina district and her mother a Wonnarua woman was from Hunter region of NSW.

Deanna has been an Artist for many years. Many of Deanna’s art works are sold locally and overseas. Deanna is an active member of the community and Chairperson of Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation.
Stuart Fraser
Vice Chair, Director
Stuart Fraser is a Kamilaroi man whose family bloodlines goes back to the Walgett area through his maternal side. Stuarts’ Great Uncle Peter Zeisser was one of the Aboriginal diggers that bravely fought at Gallilpoli.

Stuart has lived on Dharawal country with his family for the past 20 years.  He is a Board member of Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation with a passion for increasing Aboriginal employment , particularly in the construction industry.
Ann Cribb
Treasurer, Director
Ann is a Wiradjuri Woman from Dubbo. Ann has extensive experience in accounting/finance and also Aboriginal education which she has gained over the last 45 years. She has raised 3 children in the Sutherland Shire where she has been a resident for 43 years. 

Ann is a founding member of Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation. Ann has managed and worked on many programs to assist Aboriginal people to obtain gainful employment and education. Ann is committed to furthering conditions for Aboriginal people.
Bianca Warner
I now call beautiful Bediagal country my home. Once I married I moved into the area and My husband and I are now proudly raising our deadly handsome boys on this land.

I have strong family ties to Dharug country on my mums side. I am now a Registered nurse, working in Aboriginal Palliative Care. My career started in Health after I had my youngest child, an inspirational Elder convinced me I would suit the role of an Aboriginal Health Worker in Community Health. Since then I have completed different Aboriginal health studies and completed my nursing in my late 30’s. 

I feel as a strong Aboriginal advocate, the experiences and study I have completed I can positively contribute to the success of Kurranulla.