Emma-Jane has a strong desire and passion for the absolute best outcomes for all First Nation communities across Australia. She honours and respects to their connection with their homeland, environment and animals.
Emma-Jane holds a position with Charles Darwin University as the Senior Employee Relations Consultant and is a registered Legal Practitioner in the Northern Territory. She identifies as being a Yuwaalaraay woman.
With extensive corporate experience gained both in the public and private sector, her most recent previous experience pertains to Industrial Relations, obtained through working at Industrial Employer Associations including Master Builders and the Chamber of Commerce.
Together with Post-graduate qualifications in Law and currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration, Emma-Jane brings a depth of skill and experience that is unique to the Board. Her previous experience in a company secretary position and completion of the Australian Institute of Company Director Company Secretary qualification broadens her experience to include corporate governance knowledge.
She was initially attracted to become involved with AMRRIC seeking to further her learnings about the connections on a holistic level between animals, the environment, and First Nation Communities. Combined with the important part that companion animals are to the lives and wellbeing of people residing in communities.
As a member of the Board of Directors for AMRRIC, she is firmly committed to the realisation of quality and sustainable outcomes that are aligned with the overarching strategic business objectives of the organisation.