CEO - Employee since 2015
Deb Aloisi has had a life time of experience working with Indigenous people, managing the finances and affairs of Aboriginal communities as well as mine sites and employment agencies. Deb was involved with the initial settlement of BCAC and managed their affairs from 1990 through to 2006, she then spent several years as a senior employment consultant / team leader, followed by a year in a management role with Western Desert Resources, prior to returning to BCAC in 2015 (at the request of the BCAC Board) to resume the overall management of BCAC’s affairs and service delivery.
Receptionist - Employee since 2013
Peggy Slater, a local Community resident commenced as a receptionist with Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation in June 2013. Reporting to the CEO, Peggy is responsible for providing high quality day-to-day administrative services and her role is critical to BCAC’s service delivery.
Groundsman - Employee since 2013
Norman Slater, a local Community resident commenced as the Groundsman with Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation in July 2013. Reporting to the CEO, Norman is responsible for all duties related to the upkeep, presentation and ongoing development of the BCAC grounds, gardens and outdoor services and facilities.
Office assistant - Employee since 2020
Evonne Booth, a founder/local Community resident and also a Director of BCAC joined our staff in 2020 Evonne’s office and administrative skills are of a very high standard and she is responsible for providing high quality day-to-day administrative services to the CEO and Community Members. Evonne’s role is critical to the continual growth of BCAC
Workers/Trainees - Employee since 2016