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Our Experience

Each Gurehlgam Director can boast an impressive curriculum vitae with significant number of years of experience in their respective field of interest. This collaboration provides the Company with a solid foundation of management expertise to handle and deliver our services for our clients professionally and to their expectations.

Kenn Payne – Managing Director

Business/employment history:
  • Consultancies:
    • Preferred service provider for Indigenous Business Australia. Provide business planning assistance to clients.
    • Procurement consultant for NSW Family and Community Services for Ability Links program and others
    • Capacity building consultant for the Aboriginal Housing Office.
    • Approved business consultant to the Dept of Education, Employment and Workplace relations.
  • Volunteer roles 2008:
    • Australian Business Volunteers. Assignment in Vientiane, Laos PDR:- teaching small business management.
  • Masters of Business Administration through Southern Cross University. Focus is on small business development.
  • Bachelor of Business (Retail Management)  Monash University, 2000
  • Training and Assessment TAA04    Coffs Harbour TAFE
  • Company Directors Course. 2010

Julie Perkins – Company Secretary

Business/employment history:
  • Manager – Aboriginal Legal Services –Northern Region deleted for past 10 years.
  • Manager – Aboriginal Education and Employment DEETYA – Northern NSW for 12 years.
  • Bachelor of Laws     Southern Cross University – 1998
  • Diploma of Social Welfare    Macarthur Institute (Partially completed)
  • Frontline Management, Cert IV    TAFE – Grafton – 2004
  • Various other short courses in human resource management, law & justice issues and Indigenous Well- being and family & children’s matters – particularly well-being and family violence