Who We Are Governance Board Of Directors Djamalaka Dhamarrandji “My intention is to continue my commitment to support the ALPA board and also to continue my health work to look after young people, families, and the wellbeing of the community." Djamalaka Dhamarrandji has been working with the ALPA Board for 2-3 years. "I like working with ALPA because it is a community-driven organisation. ALPA gives a lot back to the community. It helps young people and families with their youth services too. ALPA also helps Yolŋu students study in other places, including interstate and overseas. ALPA helps support with medical escorts and when patients travel can’t cover all the costs they can help. Bukmak Constructions which is part of ALPA also builds jobs and opportunities for Yolngu.". Djamalaka works full-time at Miwatj as a Team Leader and Manager for the Social-emotional and Wellbeing Team. Her role includes helping with mental health issues, volatile substance abuse, AOD; and family relationships. "We do everything to help with someone’s wellbeing. I like working for Miwatj in health. I have worked as a Registered Health Practitioner since 1981 and I like looking after people and making sure that we are seeing them get well and continuing their recovery. My intention is to continue my commitment to support the ALPA board and also to continue my health work to look after young people, families, and the wellbeing of the community.".