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Our Team

ICIN CEO and staff

The Indigenous Carbon Industry Network is the peak industry body for the Indigenous carbon industry owned by its Full Members, who are all Indigenous organisations with carbon projects.

We currently have an Indigenous-identified position vacant as Policy Coordinator. We also seek expressions of interest from Indigenous graphic designers and marketing professionals who are passionate about supporting the economic development and self-determination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.

To get in touch with the ICIN team, please Contact Us

Anna Boustead - Chief Executive Officer


Anna is an environmental communications and policy specialist based in Darwin, Larrakia country, with 18 years’ experience in the Indigenous land management and community environment sector, including roles with NAILSMA, Environment Centre NT, Environment Victoria and Landcare NT. Through these roles, Anna has worked to support community organisations and Indigenous groups to advocate for better policies in the areas of Indigenous water policy, economic development, climate change and environmental management, and to promote their important work caring for country. 

Anna is passionate about supporting Indigenous-led economic development and greater recognition of the incredible expertise held by the Traditional Owners of Australia, including the hard work by Indigenous land managers to manage their country. This led Anna to her role as ICIN Chief Executive Officer, supporting knowledge sharing and networking across Indigenous organisations engaged in the carbon industry.

Anna holds a Masters of Tropical Environmental Management and a Bachelor of Arts (Eco-Communication). In 2009, as part of her Masters research Anna co-authored a report with Prof Pascal Tremblay assessing the potential impact of climate change upon tourism in Kakadu National Park.

Contact Anna at [email protected] 

Kaye Hall - Communications Manager

Based in Darwin, Kaye Hall brings diverse business marketing and communications expertise based on 16-plus years in her business, Wordsmith and More, delivering outcomes for organisations in Australia and SE Asia. Her clients in the Territory have included Warddeken Land Management, Tiwi Islands Training and Employment Board, Ambrose Business Solutions, and Charles Darwin University. 

Kaye's communication style is open and inclusive, which is reflected in her commitment to developing communications tools that bridge language and literacy barriers. Her expertise includes the use of plain English, infographics and translations.

Contact Kaye at [email protected]

Amy Ramires - Events Coordinator

Amy Ramires, ICIN Events Coordinator

Amy is a proud Bundjalung woman based in Ipswich (having recently relocated from Darwin) who joins the ICIN team, working 4 days a week from her home office as well as from the Queensland South Native Title Service office in Brisbane. She is excited to support the work done in promoting and facilitating an Indigenous-led carbon industry.

Amy is an events and public programming specialist, with extensive experience developing community engagement programs within the Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector. Her most recent employers include the National Library of Australia as the 2019 Indigenous graduate, and Library & Archives NT - briefly acting as Manager, Community Engagement during 2022.

Contact Amy at [email protected]

Positions vacant 

  • Policy Officer
  • Graphic designers and marketing professionals - please submit an EOI any time.

We are a new Indigenous peak industry body building from the ground up. We would like to hear from anyone with a passion for policy or events who would like to learn and grow with us! Read more