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Muthamuluwuy is a Yolŋu Gupapuyŋu woman originally come from Galiwinku community in North East Arnhemland. 

After completing her schooling year 12 in 1984, she began working at Arnhem land Progress Association (ALPA) which was located in Winnellie in Darwin working with G & R Wills . She was then transferred to the Galiwin’ku Community, working at ALPA Community store for several years until 2000. 

In 2001 she commenced working at Shepherdson College (community school) as Administrator, a position which she held for 12 years . Brenda also worked as the Cultural Supervisor in the school.

As a community member she was so passionate to be a role model and work in a leadership role for her Community Elders and the Community.

In 2012 she was appointed to apply for coordinator of Mawul Rom Pty Ltd in partnership with Charles Darwin University (CDU) in a Master’s program at CDU until 2015.

Brenda was a Member of the Board of Directors in Mawul Rom Pty Ltd and graduated with a Masters Of Indigenous Knowledge of Mawul Rom.

Brenda is currently an Indigenous lecturer of Indigenous Languages Yolngu Studies in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Education at Charles Darwin University. Lived and worked in Darwin NT.

Brenda is a member of the Indigenous Researchers Initiative (IRI) at the Northern Institute (CDU) and is a supporter of the Indigenous Researchers Initiative.

Based in Darwin and looking after the Master of Indigenous Knowledges (Mawul Rom) during 2013/2014 at CDU college ACIKE and LEBA , she is the main Yolŋu lecturer for the internal Yolŋu Studies students.


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