Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO


Mr. Mundine is a member of the Bundjalung, Yuin and Gumbaynggirr First Nations of Australia. Mr. Mundine brings to JobTrail over 40 years of experience covering business ownership, advising business and governments, media commentary, as an opinion writer and international author. He is highly respected in the public and private sectors and advocates for Australian economic reform and growth, the empowering of the First Nations Peoples of Australia to build businesses and sustainable economies.



​James is a Boorooberongal man of the Darug. As an entrepreneur and business owner, James’ passion is providing community stewardship. Stewardship that will strategically assist in facilitating the improvement of social and economic outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

James envisions a nation which embraces its rich Indigenous history and culture, and values the principles of Indigenous self-determination, entrepreneurship, innovation, and enterprise as integral pillars in a strong national economy.

Florence Drummond

Florence is a Dauraeb and Wuthathi woman who spent her childhood on Thursday Island before moving to mainland Australia to complete her secondary education. Having worked across a number of industries, Florence reignited her passion for helping her community while working as a mine site operator. After experiencing the disconnection between operations and policy regarding opportunities to progress, Florence set out to proactively develop her understanding of creating industry specific solutions. Through her own progress, she recognised the shared need with others, which lead to Florence co-founding Indigenous Women in Mining and Resources Australia (IWIMRA), which she continues to lead today.

Julian Genn LLB

Managing Director

Julian started his career in recruitment back in 2004 and has a wealth of experience across recruitment and client partnerships.

He was new to the industry when he started with WorkPac as a Recruitment Coordinator based in Brisbane. He continued to develop his skill set as he progressed into various roles including Recruitment Team Leader, Business Development Manager and Business Centre Manager.

During his time with WorkPac, he established ongoing business relationships with leading companies in Civil/Construction, Electrical and Manufacturing in Brisbane.

Phil Smart


Phil Smart started his professional career in 1976 by completing a Carpentry Apprenticeship and then held a General Builders License in both Queensland and New South Wales.

In 1983, Phil joined the Real Estate industry and found his niche as a successful sales and marketing specialist that culminated in him travelling internationally as a keynote lecturer on sales and marketing.

Phil’s introduction to the recruitment industry began in 1994 as the financial backer and strategic adviser to a recruitment organisation, which is still in existence today.


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