Growing up in the small regional town of Wagga Wagga, Walsh hopes to become a trailblazer in the business sector.
"It's about a generational shift and me having a degree and starting moving into business. It's not necessarily me who is going to reap the benefits. It's my kids and other Aboriginal children that will grow up seeing people successful in business. It's about giving back to communities so other brothers, cousins, sisters can see that they can do it too," Walsh said.
Coming from a regional town Walsh says that investment of technology in remote communities could help foster entrepreneurs.
"We see movements from large companies like Microsoft and Google trying to supply the internet to disadvantaged people in China, India and Canada, and that’s a real game changer. We're not seeing that here.
“We need to step up a bit and say, 'well how can use these trends like technology things like e-commerce things social media to start address and potentially fix some of these things that are going on in community?'.”
Indigenous Business Month has a number of events planned until the end of October.