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

Amid a growing trend for natural eco-friendly products, an Indigenous-led and owned business — Native Secrets, has made its mark.

Native Secrets Co-founders Bidjara man Phil Thompson and Wailwan woman Cherie Thompson harvest native ingredients to create skincare products on Wiradjuri country (outside Dubbo). By harvesting overgrown species, they are restoring the lands natural biodiversity. Increased biodiversity helps reinvigorate the ecosystem for native wildlife, such as the rare Pink-tailed worm lizard. It also encourages other native

Kaiyu Superfoods

Kaiyu Superfoods, owned by Pete and Cate Cahill, is an NT-based native food manufacturer and retailer with a mission to get native foods into the daily diet habits of Australians.  Pete and Cate come from diverse backgrounds, Pete is an Aircraft Engineer and Cate is a Teacher with a Master's in Counselling and a degree in Ecology and Conservation.

Webinar summary: Bold Action for Investing in Racial Equity

On the 27th October 2021, First Australians Capital hosted a panel discussion, moderated by FAC's Steve Stanton with guests Benson Saulo and Natalie Walker. The panel were given a simple task to provoke the audience with this question: What is required to advance Economic Justice for First Australians?

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.

Steve Stanton – Powering the Indigenous Economy

First Australians Capital (FAC) has seen a variety of wonderful thought-provoking leaders enter the Indigenous economy, and Gomeroi man Steve Stanton is another worth keeping an eye on.   From a small-town boy who had never seen the Harbour Bridge to a Senior Executive with over 15 years of experience across a wide range of industries including health services, financial services, technology, agribusiness, social impact investment, housing, and

We have the Power: where’s the Love, where’s the Justice.

"Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love." Martin Luther King Jnr