First Australians Capital is delighted to announce the appointment of Karen Iles to the FAC Board.

Karen Iles First Australians Capital is delighted to announce the appointment of Karen Iles to the FAC Board. Karen is the Founder and Principal Solicitor of Violet Co Legal & Consulting, a for-purpose legal and consulting practice dedicated to making a material difference in the lives of women and Indigenous people. As an experienced legal professional and advocate, she

First Australians Capital is pleased to announce the appointment of Liandra Gaykamangu and Gordon Cole to the FAC Board. 

As FAC grows, so does our Board; therefore, FAC is proud to welcome Liandra Gaykamangu and Gordon Cole to the FAC Board.  The diversity of Indigenous Australians’ culture and the difference amongst the lived experience of Indigenous people suggests that there isn’t a “one size fits all” model of “good Indigenous governance”1. What is important is

Leah Armstrong — Driving change

Navigating through systems can be a long journey but learning from the past is a way to unlock the future. First Australians Capital (FAC) Co-Chairperson and Managing Director, Leah Armstrong is a Torres Strait Islander woman with a passion to bring culture and capital together to stimulate economic growth in Indigenous businesses and communities creating greater opportunities for the next generations.

Bethany Dance – Profile

A self-professed ‘mother hen,’ Wiradjuri woman Bethany realised early in life that she thrives when she is developing relationships and impacting others.   In between Bethany’s studies (she is in her final semester of a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Journalism at Newcastle University) and her work at the local escape room, she is completing a marketing and communications internship at First Australians Capital.   “I am simply trying to

Indigenous first: Impact first.

First Australians Capital has recently appointed Indigenous Impact Pty Ltd as Impact Partner. Join Indigenous Impact Managing Director Craig North, as he talks through our plans to create an Indigenous Impact Framework, that not only makes impact visible, but that can be widely accepted by the market as a way of increasing future investment in the First Nations economy.