Our Team

You will always find a friendly face at Wulagi Family Centre. Thank you also to our parent volunteers who help run things and generously share their cultures, experiences and skills.

Amy and daughter Isabelle

Amy Harrison, Family Educator & Co-ordinator

Amy is a mother and qualified teacher specialising in early childhood and English as an additional language. She has worked in NT education since 2009 across urban and remote schools and was previously the Senior Teacher at Wulagi School. Amy is a qualified Breastfeeding Counsellor with the Australian Breastfeeding Association.


Deb Dux, Family Liaison Officer

Deb has been an integral part of the Wulagi Family Centre since it opened in 2016.  A proud Bundjalung and Mununjali woman, Deb is passionate about sharing Indigenous cultures and supporting all children to be loved and safe. She has six children and one grandchild, and worked in schools in NSW and Qld before moving to Darwin in 2012. 




Rebecca Ellison, Family Educator

Bec is a qualified early childhood teacher and mother of two young boys. She brings a wealth of experience in pregnancy, birth and parenting as a babywearing consultant, toilet training consultant, student doula, holistic nutritionist and President of the Darwin Childbirth Education Association.


Rebecca Bloxsome, Child & Family Health Nurse

Take your child for a regular Child Health Nurse check to celebrate what your child can do, learn about your child's development and talk about any concerns. Rebecca can offer ideas and reassurance about diet, sleep, toilet training, behaviour and general childhood development.  


Ruth Cieri, Founding Family Educator

Ruth is an experienced teacher who set up the Wulagi Family Centre and Families as First Teachers playgroups in 2016. Ruth and Deb worked hard to create the lovely, welcoming community space we now enjoy. Ruth is now a Family Educator at the Mimik-Ga Centre in Wanguri.


Susan Kilgour, Principal Wulagi School

Susan is a highly experienced leader who places children firmly at the heart of everything she does. Her inclusive leadership style is summed up when she states, “It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to listen to Wulagi community voices, and to lead a school by honouring those voices." Susan is the founder of the Sanderson Alliance, a collective impact model working to support ALL children and families to learn and thrive. The Wulagi Family Centre represents Susan's commitment to supporting children in their learning right from birth.