Working with the Community
A secondee’s story in the West Kimberley, 2015. Video by Qantas.
Key partner organisations in the region include the following:
- KLC – Kimberley Land Council
- KRED Enterprises
- Marninwarntikura Women’s Resource Centre
- Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation
- Nyamba Buru Yawuru
Communities supported include Ardyaloon, Beagle Bay, Fitzroy Crossing, and Lombadina.
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
- Indigenous-led enterprise in West Kimberley
- Empowered Communities in three regions in 2017
- West Kimberley Economic Development Agenda
- Improving Safety and Skills
- Kimberley Land Council Cultural Enterprise Hub
- Reshaping the Future for Nirrumbuk Aboriginal Corporation
- Supporting the Establishment of Beagle Bay Futures Indigenous Corporation
- Supporting the Kimberley Land Council