Krystle Devine awarded a Kate Mullin Scholarship
Krystle is a proud Malgana woman from Shark Bay, WA, currently living in Tom Price, the home of her husband’s family the Muntulgura Guruma people of Tom Price. They have three children aged 10 months to 5. She is the first in her family to seek higher education, and values the importance of education, believing it ito be the key to generational change to create future opportunities. After the birth of her daughter, she completed a bridging course through CDU in 2021, to be accepted into Curtin University 2022 to start her academic journey. For the future generations, she will educate the importance of creating a safe, supported and welcoming classroom environment to inspire children to become life-long learners.
In her spare time she raises awareness and funds for cystic fibrosis, and volunteers at her children’s primary school on the P&C. She sees her most important role as being a good mother and role model for their children.