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Torres Webb, a proud Far North Queenslander and Indigenous man from the Torres Strait (Erub, Darnley Island) is a passionate parent and community engagement advocate in improving the achievement, well-being and life chances of all children and youth by focussing on what's strong rather than what's wrong. Torres is recognised nationally and internationally for his community engagement and leadership skills. Having worked with Youth challenge Australia in Vanuatu, Asia Pacific Indigenous Youth Network in Philippines, Queensland Youth Parliament and with Oxfam International Youth Partnerships in India, Torres has also held a Deputy Chair position on the Erubam Le Traditional Land and Sea Owners Native Title body, where he worked closely with the local rangers and elders. Most recently Torres has worked with many schools in Far North Queensland alongside Dr George Otero as an associate to the Centre for Relational Learning assisting Indigenous communities to connect with their local school to foster identity, culture and learning outcomes for all students.