Josephine Amy Cashman is an Aboriginal Australian lawyer and entrepreneur, of Warrimay heritage. Cashman was an inaugural member of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council in 2013, appointed by Tony Abbott. She has addressed a UN Human Rights Council session focussing on violence against Indigenous girls and women.
Josephine is a former Crown Prosecutor, a lawyer and a businesswoman with more than two decades of experience working towards economic progress for Aboriginal people. She sits on the Board of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. Josephine was selected as a friend of the Commonwealth Treasury in 2016 and in 2018, and was an honoured recipient of the UTS Faculty of Law Alumni Award for Excellence. She has undertaken numerous consultancy and voluntary roles for a variety of private, public and not-for-profit organisations.
In 2016, Josephine founded the Big River Impact Foundation (BRIF), an Indigenous philanthropic entity committed to community involvement in decision making and economic freedom for Aboriginal people. BRIF aims to transition Indigenous people away from welfare dependency towards economic freedom. Josephine has also founded One Voice Australia, which is committed to a united Australia.