A B O U T  U S


S T R A T E G I C  A P P R O A C H

ISA works with employers to develop a strategic and targeted approach to their Indigenous recruitment and retention needs, ensuring effective outcomes for all concerned. ISA will liaise and negotiate directly with relevant government agencies, at the state and federal level on behalf of the employer to access appropriate funding to support their programs.
W H A T  W E  O F F E R

Through our Indigenous engagement, employment and retention programs and services ISA strategically partner with employers to achieve quality outcomes. By doing this we save the employer time, energy and resources in dealing with the multitude of employment services providers, government agencies and other stakeholders operating in this area.
I N D I G E N O U S  C O N S U L T A N C Y  S E R V I C E S

We can provide support and advice to clients on a broad range of Indigenous Affairs issues, as well as monitoring and supporting relevant Indigenous issues to further the reputation and business interests of our clients. ISA's knowledge and understanding of the current political, economic and social issues and future challenges facing Indigenous Australians ensures that we can support and guide our clients to achieve their Indigenous engagement objectives.

J O H N  J E F F E R Y
F O U N D E R  A N D  M A N A G I N G  D I R E C T O R

 John Jeffery is an Aboriginal man of the Wiradjuri Nation of central NSW. John has more than 25 years’ experience working in the public, private and community sectors and he remains committed to building relationships between Indigenous business and Corporate Australia. John  has extensive and varied experience across a diverse Indigenous affairs portfolio including:
  • Indigenous Employment and Engagement strategy development and implementation
  • Indigenous Affairs Advisor to the resource sector
  • Business/Economic Development Advisor to Indigenous Traditional Owner and Community Groups
  • Identifying and developing joint venture partnerships between Indigenous groups and the corporate sector