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JarrodEllis v2cJarrod Ellis has many years experience in small business and finance while working in managerial roles for a family owned business. He has spent many years working in remote regions of Arnhem Land and other isolated areas of the Northern Territory. Jarrod is passionate about helping and supporting people in business to achieve their life goals and fulfill their ambitions.
Contact: 0476 842 163 | jarrod.ellis@manyrivers.org.au


MichaelHartzsch v2cMichael Hartzsch, born in Germany, now lives in Australia and has worked for many years in tourism as well as in the oil and gas industry. Michael has experience living and working in South East Asia where he set up an association in Cambodia training local residents to successfully own and operate small businesses. Michael is proud to share his expertise with Many Rivers and hopes to give people a fair go, providing support to create microenterprises.
Contact: 0447 967 409 | michael.hartzsch@manyrivers.org.au

KatLee v2cKat Lee is a local to the Northern Territory having grown up in the Katherine region and residing in Darwin for the past 16 years. Kat has lived in remote areas such as Tennant Creek and is familiar with the struggles and hurdles that many people encounter when starting small businesses in remote locations. Kat has a finance and business background with 8 years in the banking industry and has successfully owned and operated a small business, as well has having held management and mentor roles within the Darwin region. Kat is passionate about the value of support and trust when going into microenterprise and is excited to share her knowledge and experience.
Contact: 0476 842 162 | kat.lee@manyrivers.org.au


MattMorton v2cMatt Morton grew up in Nigeria in West Africa and has spent many years working in Uganda, Ethiopia, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Over the years, Matt has witnessed many people struggle financially and in their circumstances. Matt values the concept of having a “fair go” and has joined Many Rivers to help people move forward socially and economically.
Contact: 0472 822 198 | matt.morton@manyrivers.org.au


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