Regulated under the Office of Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC), SAC is governed by a Board of Directors.

 

The REGISTRAR is an independent statutory office holder who administers the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006.

The Registrar’s office supports and regulates corporations by:

  • Advising on how to incorporate

  • Training directors, members and key staff in good governance

  • Ensuring compliance with the law

  • Intervening when needed

(Registrar of Indigenous Corporations http://www.oric.gov.au/)

The BOARD OF DIRECTORS role is to govern the Corporation on behalf of the Members. The Corporation staff support the Directors by carrying out the day-to-day administrative functions which are a normal part of an active corporation.

 

The Directors responsibilities include:

  • control and set the direction of the corporation

  • employ and supervise the Manager

  • determine the staffing structure

  • make the overall big decisions

  • ensure the corporation follows its rule book and the law

  • checks the corporation’s records are maintained and safe

  • approve the strategic, business and risk management plans

  • assess and approve membership applications

  • ensure reports are correct and submitted to ORIC

  • follow the corporation’s policies and procedures and, where necessary, update or arrange to make new ones

  • understand and agree to the budget, and make sure that money is only spent in ways that meet the corporation’s objectives

  • know the corporation’s financial position and ensure it has enough money to pay its bills; and

  • most importantly, always act in the best interests of the corporation and its members

-  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  - 

Melissa Hobbs

CHAIR

OUR PEOPLE

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Peter Hobbs

VICE CHAIR

Anita Hobbs

SECRETARY

Jordan Boden-Cummins 

TREASURER

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