Working with the Community
Key partner organisations in Central Australia include the following:
- NPY Women’s Council
- Nganampa Health Council
- Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation
- Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation
- First Nations Media
- Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA)
- Central Land Council
- Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
Through these partnerships in the region, Jawun support reaches over 25 communities across the tri-state area of Northern Territory, South Australia, and Western Australia.
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Catherine joined Jawun as Regional Director for Central Australia in November 2019.
Prior to joining Jawun, Catherine spent a decade working in various roles with the Australian Public Service. During this time, Catherine facilitated community liaison, developed Australian public policy, managed programs, and delivered services. Whilst working with the Australian Public Service, Catherine has lived and worked in regional Western Australia, Canberra, United Arab Emirates, and Pakistan. Catherine has recently relocated to Central Australia, although was born and raised in Far North Queensland.
Catherine has a keen interest in youth development, stemming from a former volunteer role as a foster carer. In that role, Catherine mentored teenage foster children to live independently by role modelling and teaching life skills including, cooking, cleaning, and budgeting. Understanding trauma was critical to helping children make positive life choices and transition to adulthood.
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Tyronne Garstone commenced with Jawun as General Manager Regions on 26 October 2020.
Tyronne brings a wealth of experience in the Indigenous sector and his knowledge of remote communities and their priorities is invaluable to Jawun.
Born in Broome, Tyronne is a Bardi Man who has spent the majority of his working life within the Indigenous sector. Tyronne worked for several years as the Chief Executive Officer for Kullarri Regional Community Development Employment Project before taking up a role as the Community Engagement Officer for Pluton Resources.
Most recently, Tyronne was the Deputy CEO at the Kimberley Land Council. He has acquired strong local relationships throughout the Kimberley during his years residing and working in the region and has sat on numerous committees at all tiers of government.
With a background in Indigenous training, employment solutions, social and economic development, Tyronne is keen on brokering opportunities that will deliver sustainable outcomes for the next generation.
To contact Tyronne, please email: email@example.com
Case studies show how Jawun secondees have achieved real results. If you are interested to learn more about Jawun's work in this region, click on the case studies below.
- RASAC – capacity and connections to support Anangu employment
- Fit for Purpose: New Accounting System for NPY Women's Council
- Engagement rather than Enforcement
- Supporting Empowered Communities in the NPY Lands
- Creating a Strategic Plan for NPY Women's Council