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Board members

Jeanice Krakouer Jeanice Krakouer Chair

I am a proud Noongar woman born and raised in Mt Baker and am connected to the South Coast around Albany and up through the Great Southern Region. I know how important our families, our culture, our languages, and our connection to country are to making our people strong. I believe I inherited my strength, compassion and hardworking nature from my late parents who taught me the importance of using an education to make a difference for our people.

Matthew Hansen Matthew Hansen Director

I am a Noongar man from Wagyl Kaip, the South West region of Western Australia. I am the Principal of Extent Legal a boutique legal practice based in Perth, advising on energy, resources and regulatory matters. My experience in indigenous affairs and engagement has given me a comprehensive understanding of native title and Aboriginal heritage matters.

Garry Smith Garry Smith Director

After graduating from Teachers College, I taught for three years at Lake Grace and later at Wangkatjungka Remote Community School, south of Fitzroy Crossing. Thus began a life-long love of the Kimberley region. The successful achievement by Indigenous students that I have witnessed throughout my 35 year teaching career, has invariably occurred due to strong support from family, teachers and mentors.

Clinton Wolf Clinton Wolf Director

I have a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Murdoch University. I have business interests in Media, Health, Mining, Civil and Construction. I am currently Chairman of iContracting Pty Ltd, Executive Chairman of Spartan First Health and Managing Director of the National Indigenous Times.

Phil Paul Phil Paul Director

I am a strong supporter of ‘Closing the Gap’ initiatives, and am focused on achieving positive results in this area. I worked briefly as a manager with Telstra before becoming the Indigenous Engagement Manager at Brierty Limited. I helped developed trusting relationships with indigenous communities in WA and the NT and formed partnerships with like-minded organisations seeking to assist indigenous people back into the workforce.  

Laura Taylor Laura Taylor CEO

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