Arthur Alla – Director
Arthur graduated from St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace in 2005, before going on to study a dual degree in Economics and Law at the University of Queensland. He founded Red Earth in 2011 after spending 9 months volunteering in Cape York. Arthur is a Pride of Australia Medallist, was named in the 2017 Forbes Asia 30 under 30 and was the 2017 NSW Young Australian of the Year, awarded in recognition of his work on reconciliation and closing the gap.
Caroline Booth – General Manager
Daniel Carson – Business Development Manager
Daniel studied communications at the University of Technology, Sydney, majoring in advertising and public relations, before moving into the tourism industry. He cut his teeth at Sydney’s famous landmarks, with over seven years experience at Sydney Opera House and Bridgeclimb in tour delivery, and operations. Over the years he has moonlighted as a performing musician & head of his own artist management company, specialising in ensemble performances and educational workshops along the East coast of Australia. He has brought to Red Earth a wealth of experience in business development, direct marketing and sales.
Nick Brown-Graham – Operations Manager
Nick studied a Bachelor of Applied Science in Ecotourism at Charles Sturt University and also has a Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation. Nick has 12 years experience in both the outdoor education and recreation sectors in a wide range of roles such as leading 21 day treks, whitewater river tours in Canada, guiding people in the backcountry in winter, managing journey-based programs and leading school groups overseas throughout countries worldwide. Nick’s experience in the facilitation of experiential education programs has focused on participant development, education, and growth.
Rochelle Bath – Program Manager
Rochelle, also known as Rocky, comes into the role with a background in community development, politics and journalism. She has completed her Bachelor of Arts and Social Science at the University of Queensland, Certificate IV in Disability, and is currently studying a Certificate IV in Outdoor Education. Over the past 6 years, she’s worked on programs within the disability, youth, and not-for-profit sectors, managing diverse teams, and creating opportunities for vulnerable groups within our communities. Rochelle is a passionate advocate for social justice with interests in education, environmental sustainability and indigenous rights.