People are the most important resource for FISH and everyone is as important as the other. Together we form part of the whole of FISH and together we work to make a difference in bringing about positive long term sustainable change in the lives of individuals, families, communities, Australia and the world.
Mr Jeramiah 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.