Providing governance and oversight, the Sea Heritage Foundation Board has formed an Indigenous Advisory Committee. This committee consists of leading professionals in Indigenous affairs, education, business, finance, and the veteran community. Who will guide our strategic endeavors creating social and economic change by working with industry and Government stakeholders. We are honored to welcome the following four professionals to the committee:
2nd Electrical Technical Officer, Paul Pokorny
Co-Director Sea Heritage Foundation
1st Officer, CJ Manjarres-Wahlberg
Co-Director Sea Heritage Foundation &
Ms. Larissa Behrendt OA, FASSA, FAAL, Distinguished Professor, Chair of Indigenous Research, Director of Research and Academic Programs Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education & Research, University of Technology Sydney.
Mr. Matthew Jones, MBA, CA – Businessman, Chartered Accountant & Indigenous engagement professional (navy veteran).
Mr. Ron Jones – Construction Industry, education & Indigenous engagement professional.
Mr. Glenn Richi – Maritime professional, Indigenous engagement mentor (navy veteran)
Mr. Richard Stevens - Emergency Management professional and Director of Client Services at EMCORP Group.
Capt. Ryan Cobb - Master Mariner
Ryan became Australia's first Indigenous Master Mariner and is now Australia's first Indigenous LNG Tanker pilot.
The Sea Heritage Foundation is proud to announce the support of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian Defence Force Veterans within our program.
The Sea Heritage Foundation welcomes two former Royal Australian Navy Indigenous veterans as program ambassadors and Indigenous advisory committee members.
Sea Heritage Foundation board member
CJ Manjarres-Wahlberg and Indigenous Advisory Committee Member and Program Ambassador Matthew Jones and Glenn Ritchie are all alumnae of the Prince’s Trust Australia Enterprise for Veterans program.
Prince’s Trust Australia, founded by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, is a national charity that helps veterans and their families prepare for life outside military service.
Support includes inspiring veterans and their families into entrepreneurship and self-employment, supporting youth, and championing resilient, sustainable communities.
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