Our Board

Susan Siganto

Susan Siganto was appointed the Chairperson of Ngunya Jarjum in December of 2018, before Sue became the chairperson of (NJ) she was actively with GMARS as a support worker bringing with her experience around child protection matters. Sue has vast experience whether personally or professionally and maintains her professionalism very well to all. Sue hold certificates in Diploma of Community Services, Cert 1V Alcohol & Other Drugs, Statement of Attainment in Mentoring, ATSI Mental Health First Aid Course, SAW (Strong Aboriginal Woman, First Aid, and Certificate in Indigenous Trauma & Recovery. Sue has certificates in Recognition of Achievement in Diploma of Community Service work, ATSI Student of the year Excellence Award. Sue has previously completed Cert 1V in Aboriginal family Wellbeing
& Violence Prevention Work.

 

 

 

 

Xanthe Moss

Xanthe Moss is a proud Wiradjuri woman, residing and working in the Bundjalung region. Xanthe is a Clinical Nurse Specialist practicing in Emergency and Critical Care. Xanthe attended University Western Sydney where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Xanthe pursued her interest in Emergency Nursing, whilst working in Emergency, she completed her Masters of Emergency (Griffith University)  and Masters of Mental Health (University New England). Xanthe is a certified Clinical Nurse Specialist and licenced in New South Wales.  Xanthe has advanced training in both adult and paediatric advanced life support. Xanthe is an active member of several professional organisations including the Emergency Nurses Association. Xanthe and her husband Michael reside in Iluka. Her interests are Aboriginal Health and Chronic Disease management of both adults and children.

 

 

 

Cameron Johnson

Cameron is a Gomeroi man from North-West NSW. His professional interests include all aspects of human resource management, training and development, industrial relations and work health and safety. Currently he is employed in a senior HR role with a local organisation.  Prior to living on Bundjalung country he was the HR Manager of one of Qld’s largest Indigenous organisations. He is passionate about working with Aboriginal organisations to ensure the highest levels of quality and accountability, and in doing so, be best placed to serve the interests of the community

 

 

Brenda Holt

Brenda Holt is a Bundjalung woman who works and lives in the local community area of Ballina, Brenda has been working in NSW Health and Community Health for about 25 years in a variety of positions including Aboriginal Health, Maternal Infant Health Strategy, and Family & Community Services.  Brenda involves her time to assist in improving Indigenous Health outcomes for all children and families. Brenda’s leadership experience incorporates a health vision for community along with commitment and promoting staff to deliver stronger health outcomes. Where Brenda is able to advocate towards future development and expansion of the provision of health and wellbeing services through the local community.