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CCCA background

The Centre for Cultural Competence (CCCA) was founded in 2010. Borne out of an Aboriginal research and consulting agency, CCCA is a majority Indigenous-owned consulting and cultural training organisation with an outcomes-based approach that delivers real and lasting change at a personal and professional level.

CCCA executive team

Jason Timor
Jason Timor
Jason is a proud Badu Island man from the Torres Strait Islands and an accomplished professional who has provided consultancy services for some of the largest firms in the Australia including NRMA, Westfield, KPMG, Sydney Water, Microsoft and AMP.

Most recently Jason held the position of Deputy CEO at Supply Nation, Australia’s premier supplier diversity organisation, advocating for Indigenous businesses. During this time, Jason was instrumental in creating a superior brand building valuable services to both Supply Nation members and suppliers from bespoke training, facilitating real contract opportunities and key thought leadership across multiple sectors.

Before this role, Jason headed up the Qantas Indigenous Engagement Strategy authoring the fourth edition of their Reconciliation Action Plan at the Elevate level, the highest endorsement from Reconciliation Australia. As part of this work, he introduced an Indigenous internship program, a school-based traineeship initiative, the first corporate in-house online cultural competency training and managed a strong Indigenous partnership portfolio which included increasing spend with Indigenous business.

Jason is a sought-after facilitator and trainer with an emphasis with his thought leadership on Indigenous employment and supplier diversity. He has appeared on Sky Business, National Indigenous Television, and the ABC and is consistently invited to prominent Indigenous focused conferences to contribute to the Indigenous reform agenda.

Tiffanie Ireland
Tiffanie Ireland
Tiffanie, a Kamilaroi woman with English/Irish heritage, worked at Qantas for a period of nine years during which time she developed the framework for an Indigenous School Based Traineeship Program for the Airports operation, providing work experience to 20 students per year. She also undertook a detailed review of Qantas’ third Reconciliation Action Plan in 2013 where she produced a scorecard and publicly accessible report outlining Qantas’ achievements.

Tiffanie also managed the Indigenous Partnerships portfolio at Qantas between 2011 and 2014. For the last two years of her service at Qantas she managed the Community, Indigenous and Arts Partnership portfolios where she was responsible for managing 33 partners with unique needs and deliverables. She was also responsible for implementing Qantas’ fourth RAP in partnership with key internal stakeholders. Key achievements during this period include the development, implementation and management of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Qantas and Tate London partnership and the development, coordination and management of the Field of Light exhibition in partnership with Voyages Tourism at Uluru. Tiffanie also held Communications Management roles for Qantas Airports and Qantas Engineering during her tenure.

Tiffanie’s most recent corporate experience was during her time in the Sustainability Team at Westpac. She managed the governance of the existing Westpac RAP including the Westpac Indigenous Advisory Committee (WIAC) and monthly reporting on targets. During this time, in partnership with her sustainability team colleagues she co-wrote the 2018 – 2020 Elevate RAP which focused on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities to be financially independent by providing opportunities to participate in the economy through business, to access employment opportunities at Westpac and through their supply chain partners, and by providing culturally safe and accessible products and services for Indigenous communities. In developing the 2018 – 2020 RAP Tiffanie was responsible for consulting with internal stakeholders to co-design targets that were aligned with key stakeholders’ strategic direction and which elevated Westpac’s contribution to reconciliation.

Other recent experience includes programming the Knowledge Forum at Supply Nation’s Connect 2018 conference, supporting on community consultation and reporting for NSW state significant projects at Balarinji. In early 2018 she also undertook an internal research piece for BT Financial Group (BTFG), which included internal consultation with BTFG's Indigenous workforce as well as consultation with relevant external organisations, and provision of recommendations for an Indigenous program of work to enable BTFG to extend their support for Indigenous Australia.

Rob Stone
Rob Stone
Rob is one of the original founders of the Centre for Cultural Competence Australia (CCCA) and is responsible for the first competence-based online cultural training course in Australia. With over 10 years of specific cultural competence training experience, Rob is at the forefront of online cultural training adoption across the public, commercial and not-for-profit sectors. Rob also brings extensive consulting expertise across RAP development and implementation, Indigenous employment strategies, cultural competence frameworks, pedagogy, curriculum development and face-to-face workshop development.

In addition, Rob brings over 25 years of experience in branding and communications, business modelling and consulting, employee engagement and technology. His technology expertise includes application design and development; e-Learning design and methodologies; the specification and development of learning management systems; and the effective delivery of online training.

Prior to founding CCCA Rob worked for a number of global brands, in senior executive positions, delivering branding and communication solutions to some of the world’s leading organisations, before founding and building a successful communications agency. A key area of Rob’s experience lies in developing employment strategies, employer branding, attraction and retention of employees, employee engagement and internal communication programmes.

Rob has combined his expertise to provide consulting services to some of Australia’s largest and fastest growing public and private organisations and has developed a reputation for delivering innovative solutions that deliver tangible outcomes.