Our People

Currently servicing 51 homelands, comprising more 250 dwellings and 600 residents, Ingkerreke Services is unquestionably a people-focused organisation. Ingkerreke Services' understanding of the issues facing Aboriginal people in remote Central Australia is underpinned by the background and experience of our management team.

Jozan Collins, CEO

Jozan has been working for Ingkerreke Services in various roles since 2005. Jozan reports to a Board of 11 Directors drawn from the Corporation's founding member homelands, and she ensures that the organisation is true to its original mission of supporting sustainable homeland living. She previously worked as Ingkerreke's General Manager for more than 5 years and has completed a Certificate III in Business Administration with Charles Darwin University. Jozan is Indigenous and was born in Alice Springs.

Jim Rebbechi, Infrastructure Manager

Jim returned to work for Ingkerreke in 2014. He was also a member of our team from 2006-2011. He is a registered Building Contractor - Residential with extensive Northern Territory experience delivering remote services. In addition to his other duties, Jim provides technical oversight and quality assurance for all works, including those conducted by subcontractors. Jim has lived in Central Australia since 2005.

Michelle Swan, Reporting Officer

Michelle joined Ingkerreke in 2009. Michelle has extensive grants administration experience. Michelle ensures that all avenues of grant funding are optimised for member homelands and that reporting and acquittals are completed in a timely manner. Michelle is Indigenous and was born in Alice Springs.

A team of highly experienced technical and administrative staff provide support for the services that we deliver to homelands.