Jason Bromley is a direct descendent and active member of the Adnyamathanha, Narungga and Yarluyandi communities, with traditional ties spanning the Yorke Peninsula, Flinders Ranges, Simpson Desert and South West Queensland areas. He initially worked in the education sector as a special education teacher and VET tutor and lecturer, and later in Aboriginal community and health organisations. His qualifications include a Bachelor of Education, Advanced Diploma in Community Services Management, Diploma of Employment Services, Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training, and Certificate IV in Financial Services.
Jason has an extensive background in cultural tourism, training and consultancy through Guranda Services Pty Ltd, through which he has delivered training in IT, OHS&W, basic numeracy and literacy, community development and leadership, cross-cultural awareness and community assessments. A decade ago he founded an association, now known as Incompro Aboriginal Association Inc, through which he continues to undertake consultancy in strategic planning, employment programs, evaluation, and community and economic development, as well as support the development and management of a range of community support programs. Jason has regularly collaborated with beyond… on strategic planning, policy review, accreditation, facilitation and evaluation projects since 2006. Jason can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.