Dr Marion Scrymgour
Dr Scrymgour is the current CEO of the Northern Land Council and a former member of the NT Legislative Assembly. She is a Tiwi woman and former CEO of the Tiwi Islands Regional Council, the Wurli-Wurlinjang Aboriginal Health Service and the Katherine West Aboriginal Health Board. In addition to these achievements, Dr Scrymgour is a Doctor of Health Sciences and was the first Indigenous woman to be elected to the NT Parliament, holding portfolios of education Minister, attorney-general, and Deputy Chief Minister.
Mr Joe Martin-Jard
Mr Martin-Jard joined the Central Land Council in the CEO role in February 2019. Prior to his current role, he worked in the public service, Aboriginal health sector and the resources sector. Joe has tertiary qualifications in education and business management. Joe’s family ties are to the Kamilaroi people of southern Queensland.
Mr David Ross
Mr Ross was the Director of the Central Land Council from 1989 – 1994 and 2000 – 2019, representing the Aboriginal peoples of Central Australia. His long-standing experience in Indigenous Affairs includes being a Commissioner of ATSIC and the Chairman of the Indigenous Land Corporation. He has an Associate Diploma in Business Management from the South Australian Institute of Technology. Mr Ross has family ties to the Kaytetye people of Central Australia.
Randle Walker is CEO and Company Secretary for Centrecorp Aboriginal Investment Corporation and Centrecorp Foundation. He has a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) is a Fellow CPA and has previously been President of the NT Divisional Council of CPA.