Board of Directors

Board of Directors

The Directors of FISH form the back bone of the foundation and are currently engaged in establishing good corporate governance, seeking key partnerships, and developing a strategic plan towards the FISH vision.

Mr Victor Hunter (Founder & Director),

who has Nyikina heritage in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, providing a direct link to a vast network of Indigenous communities across Australia and bringing expertise in developing culturally appropriate training and employment programmes.
Dr Scott Martyn (Founder & Director – Chair of Board),

who has an interest in medicine, innovation, and technology transfer, bringing a vision to foster research and development of sustainable technologies as a means for improving health, well-being, and quality of living.
Mr Tim Donisi (Director & Company Secretary),

Tim Donisi

who is a lawyer and Senior Associate with Clayton Utz, bringing invaluable experience to the team with his background in commercial law. He is committed to working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to overcome social disadvantage and promote sustainable practices in the community.

Ms Liza McGuire
liza mcguire

Liza McGuire is a Bidjara, Ghangulu and Iman woman originally from Rockhampton in Central Queensland. She has extensive senior management experience and holds a number of directorships across a broad range of sectors. Liza was the co-founder of Jinnali Productions where she co-produced the first Aboriginal women’s calendar taking it to international audiences in addition to providing young Aboriginal women with access to opportunity in the fashion industry. As a Founding Director of Aboriginal Choice, Liza exercises her passion for the preservation of Aboriginal culture and the rights of Aboriginal Elders. She has served as the Operations Manager at Redspear Safety since inception. Her contribution to the small business sector in Australia has also seen her appointed as a judge in the Telstra Business of The Year Award in 2017

Mr Noel Prakash (Director),

Noel Prakash

who as Head of Indigenous Business Banking at the Commonwealth Bank has worked closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and Elders to develop new cultural engagement models. These focus on supporting Indigenous businesses by improving financial literacy and business sustainability. He now shares his experience with FISH to foster positive economic opportunities for Indigenous people across Australia.
Mr Jeremiah Riley

Jeremiah Riley

Jeremiah Riley is both a Yamatji man from the Nharnuwangga peoples of the Gascoyne-Murchison region near Meekatharra, and a Nyoongar Man of the Riley family from Katanning. He has a Bachelor in Law, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, a Masters in Law: Mineral Law & Policy and Masters-level units in Strategic Management and Business. Jeremiah has an extensive history of working with Native Title groups and Indigenous youth and Community groups in Western Australia. He has worked for the WA State Government in the State Administrative Tribunal, the Federal Government in the National Native Title Tribunal and has a broad work history with the Kimberley Land Council, both in the James Price Point LNG Project, and with five separate Native Title Bodies Corporate (PBC’s) across the Kimberley. Jeremiah has a strong heart for helping Indigenous people in developing and progressing Indigenous Business, progressing Land Rights and improving social programs.

Mr Mark Anderson (Director & Chief Executive Officer),

who is committed to working in partnership with Aboriginal people to redress the balance in health, education, employment, justice and life opportunities and to enable Aboriginal people to be healing and leading contributors to the whole community in connecting people to caring for each other and caring for country.