perspectives podcast

How Gen Z is driving Indigenous business success

Feel-good factor is motivating young workers to support Australian Indigenous communities.

June 01, 2021

Meet our speakers

Stephanie Roache,Sustainability manager, Australia Post
Stephanie Roache
Sustainability manager, Australia Post
Stephanie Roache
Sustainability manager, Australia Post

Stephanie has over 13 years’ experience working across procurement, community relations and sustainability. She champions positive change at Australia Post through leading its social procurement strategy, modern slavery program of work, advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and communicating its corporate responsibility strategy.

Troy Rugless,CEO, PSG Holdings & director, Evolve FM
Troy Rugless
CEO, PSG Holdings & director, Evolve FM
Troy Rugless
CEO, PSG Holdings & director, Evolve FM

Troy founded PSG Holdings in 2011 with a vision of achieving reconciliation through business. The company provides construction, cleaning and maintenance services and in doing so is committed to advancing business opportunities for Indigenous Australians. PSGH joined with JLL in 2015 to form the majority Indigenous-owned facilities management company Evolve FM.

Henri Fadli, Executive director, sourcing & procurement, JLL
Henri Fadli
Executive director, sourcing & procurement, JLL
Henri Fadli
Executive director, sourcing & procurement, JLL

Henri has 25 years’ experience in procurement, change management, transformation and consulting. He is spearheading JLL’s ambitions to increase Indigenous procurement for JLL and it’s clients, as well as diversifying supply chains more broadly. He has had previous roles at AusGrid, PwC and Uniting Care.

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