Our Team

Aboriginal Operations Manager:



WWCC current

A proud Wiradjuri Women, Kim brings with her over 30 years of  private sector senior management, business development and project management experience.  


Senior Social Worker / Specialist Family Preservation and Restoration.



Masters of Social Work

Undergrade Social Work

NSW FACS Child Protection trained  (CDP)

Current WWCC

Extensive experience in areas of Vulnerable Children, Adolescences, Perinatal, Postnatal NSW Child protection, Family Violence & Family Preservation and Restoration.

Extensive experience working with Aboriginal Families.

"My passion is working with Aboriginal Families in a culturally appropriate frame work that fosters empowerment, cultural safety and self determination".


Aboriginal Family Support worker / Early Childhood Specialist: 

Bachelor of  Education 

Current: WWCC

Drug and Alcohol Worker:



Cert 4 Drug and Alcohol

Current: WWCC

With lived experience and over 5 years contemporary professional  knowledge of working in a Drug & Alcohol rehabilitation Service, Dennis brings a special understanding & unique  perspective when working with the challenges that many Aboriginal Families face.  "I have a vested interest and keen understanding of urban Aboriginal culture. I grew up with Aboriginal families, they blending into my own and my children are Aboriginal; which is why I am so passionate about the work with SAFSS."


Aboriginal Family Support Worker / Aboriginal Lawyer/ legal consultant:


Bachelor of Law 

Current: WWCC

 Aboriginal Family Support Worker /

Mental Health Specialist:



Current WWCC

Bachelor Health Science (Mental Health)

A proud Aboriginal man from Geraldton WA, Dylan has over 8 years of experience working with Aboriginal families and community. Including work as an Aboriginal mental health practitioner &

 FACS Aboriginal Senior Specialist.  

Currently the Deputy Chairman of Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation (AMS) 

8 years serving board member (Tharawal AMS)

"I am passionate about working for and with my people and have dedicated my entire career to that end"

Aboriginal Family Support Worker /

Cultural Camp Facilitator:


Current WWCC 

Born on Wiradjuri country with family from Gamilaroi, Muliyan has extensive knowledge of Aboriginal traditional cultural bush craft.

Spending extended periods with Nhuggabarra men he extended his traditional cultural knowledge to include Aboriginal Language. 

Later adopted by the Grandad family in Boroloola (Central Australia ) He was priveladged to be taught about the old ways of  Aboriginal tribal living, traditional hunting ,gathering, bush foods, bush medicines and traditional Art.


Muliyan  brings  his immense cultural   experience to SAFSS  and is a constant reminder of contemporary relevance to traditional Aboriginal Culture. He enriches our cultural camps for Aboriginal children.



Aboriginal Family Support Worker / Trainee 


Cert 4 Community Services (continuing )

Cer 3 Community Services 

Current WWCC

"Im a 21 year old Aboriginal Women studying a certificate 4 in Community Services. Inspired by lived experience growing up, I have always wanted to be a Social Worker so I can help my people and community."