Darren Johnson has accepted the role of Chairperson this year and compliments the boards collective knowledge of governance, with significant experience in project and contract management. Currently working with the Northern Territory Government in Land Tenure, Darren has many year of experience with remote communities and homelands service delivery including programs and funding.
Vice Chair Person
Kay Gehan accepted the role of Vice Chairperson on the Board after a long history of commitment to CAAPS as a past Chairperson and Staff member. Kay currently works within the sector with an Aboriginal Health Service.
Frank Ah Mat has worked all of his life to improve the lives of Indigenous people in the Northern Territory and is actively involved with a number of local sporting associations and community service committees.
Rosie Baird has joined the Board again this year after a break. Rosie is an active member of the Darwin community, and is currently working to support women and children who are victims of family violence.
Mike is an accountant with an Adelaide based firm who have an office in Darwin. He joined CAAPS this year as the first skills based Independent non-member Director appointed by the Board to assist with financial governance.