Principal and Lead Consultant
Tim has worked in remote Australia since 1999 on an extensive range of projects for community, corporate and commercial clients. His work covers many issues facing remote Australia, including arts, culture and tourism, human resources, business development and cross-cultural consultations. Tim also managed a seven-year national research project in remote Australia that generated pioneering results for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Dr Susan Congreve
Congreve and Holt (Darwin)
Susan has worked in leadership roles as a manager and consultant and maintains a strong interest in and commitment to sustainable community development.
Since 2003, Susan has worked closely with organisations and peak agencies across regional and remote Australia and specialises in cross-cultural consultations. She has extensive experience developing business and strategic plans and completed a PhD in Public Policy in 2016.
The Hub Marketing Communications (Perth)
Nicolle has spent more than two decades in the marketing communications industry throughout Australia. Nicolle is Managing Director of The Hub Marketing Communications, an integrated marketing, design, digital communications and research agency.
Nicolle began The Hub in 2005 which employs a team of nine with clients throughout Australia in a variety of industries and sectors. She has a particular passion in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait regional and remote communities and leaders. The Hub were finalists in the Telstra Small Business Awards in 2009 and 2011.
Carly works at the intersection of the creative industries and cultural relations. She is a producer and curator with twenty years’ experience in arts and cultural development. As co-founder and project manager, Carly led a large team delivering the Canning Stock Route Project and Yiwarra Kuju exhibition (FORM, 10 x remote and regional Western Australian Aboriginal art centres and the National Museum of Australia). She has a BA in Art History and Curatorship (ANU), Post Graduate Diploma in Anthropology (UM) and Graduate Certificate in Business – Social Impact and Innovation (UWA). Carly is also a Winston Churchill Fellow. As an Associate of Tracker, she contributes to conducting interviews, surveys, research, report development and strategic advice.
Rob and George Creative (Sunshine Coast)
Robyn has over 15 years’ experience working in the creative and cultural industries in urban, regional and remote locations. She has worked in independent, local, state and Federal arts environments with experience in reporting, funding, governance and planning and reviews.
Robyn enjoys the creative, critical processes of problem-solving and the opportunity for innovation. She is committed to community consultation, collaborations, partnerships and that inclusive management is imperative to success. Robyn is equally passionate about growing artists’ practice through projects, advocacy and critical debate, with experience in exhibitions and curation, from grassroots through to national and international settings.
Rob and George Creative (Sydney)
George brings over 15 years’ experience in the creative and cultural industries, in urban, regional and remote locations. George specialises in assisting not-for-profit organisations in business planning, operational strategies, governance, funding applications and acquittals. George contributes to contemporary art magazines and periodicals and previously spent five years facilitating arts development, marketing and selling across the Torres Strait.
Creative Strategist and Producer (Sydney)
Carli has over 20 years experience as a Producer, responsible for programming some of Australia’s most innovative and successful arts and cultural events including Splendour in the Grass, WOMADelaide, MONA FOMA, Burning Man USA and the Sydney Opera House. She has worked with corporates, agencies, cooperatives, entrepreneurs as well as NGOs. She has extensive experience with co-design, tackling complex problems, design-led innovation and creative leadership.