Steven is the founder and current Director of InComPro – an exclusively Aboriginal, non-Government and not-for-profit organisation.
As a leader in his community, Steven is passionate about developing youth, preserving Indigenous culture and language and ensuring adequate services, resources and quality of life for marginalised people affected by disability or circumstance.
Steven has 19 years’ experience working in management, service provision and coordination roles for Aboriginal youth, aged care, disability and mental health in Government and community organisations. He holds a number of qualifications in management, youth work, disability and employment services.
A keen AFL supporter, Steven also enjoys getting back to the land, fishing, hunting, cooking and passing on these skills and traditions to future generations.
Darrien is a direct descendent of the Adnyamathanha and Narungga Aboriginal communities of South Australia and the Yarluyandi community of the Simpson Desert and south-west region of Queensland.
He has maintained a close personal and working relationship with the Adelaide and Murray River communities for most of his life.
Darrien’s career has included project management and coordination at a state and national level as well as corporate and managerial roles within the Aboriginal community controlled health sector. He is a Justice of the Peace and has held executive positions on numerous Aboriginal community boards of management.
He holds a number of qualifications in finance and business management as well as a Masters of Public Health.
Ron brings a variety of skills and expertise to the InComPro Board. He has held positions in government agencies such as Families and Youth Services, Aboriginal Lands Trust and the Aboriginal Housing Authority.
His management expertise has been acquired through the ownership of small businesses across industries including commercial fishing, oyster farming, land based aquaculture, horticulture and bush foods.
Ron lends his advanced skills and knowledge as a sought-after consultant to government and Indigenous agencies. You might also find him tending to his thriving herb and market garden.
Klynton is a descendent of the Narungga and Ngarindjeri tribes. With over 20 years’ experience working in Aboriginal engagement and vocational education, he brings a wealth of experience to the InComPro board.
He has held several high-level government roles including Regional Council Chairperson and South Australian Zone Commissioner for ATSIC and Inaugural Commissioner for Aboriginal engagement in the Department of Premier and Cabinet.
Klynton has worked at the state and national level for over 20 years and held positions on numerous Aboriginal boards. He now operates as a consultant in Governance, Strategic Planning, Aboriginal Community Engagement, Leadership, Mentorship and Cultural Awareness.
He holds a Bachelor of Teaching (Adult Education) as well as certificates and diplomas in management, community services and employment.
Genelle Male-Manager Youth Services
The provision of culturally customised services, systems and solutions throughout the community, to achieve economic autonomy and cultural freedom by Indigenous Community Professionals.