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Who are we ?

MoneyMob Talkabout is a community based program delivering financial literacy education with and for people in remote Indigenous communities to help them positively manage their money. The program has permanent locations in Amata and Pukatja in the APY Lands that provide a one-stop shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment.
Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjarra to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis.

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Our Board

Meet the board of Money Mob Talkabout

Strategic Plan

Learn more about our current strategic plan

Evaluation

Right from the start we wanted to know that our work was achieving results for people.  We wanted to know what to do more of and what to do less of. Read our research reports to see how we are going.

Join our Team

From time to time we have vacancies for people wanting to join a high performing, professional team…click hear for current vacancies

Our offices

Our team

Alice Springs

Carolyn Cartwright

Carolyn Cartwright

APY Program Manager

Carolyn Cartwright has eleven years experience in the community and public sector in not-for-profit, local government and consulting roles. She has a Masters Degree in Social Science (Policy and Human Services) from RMIT in Melbourne, and is passionate about creating genuine, meaningful opportunities for stakeholder participation in projects.

Annique Jones

Annique Jones

Financial Counsellor APY Lands Educator

Pukatja

David Porter

David Porter

Capacity Builder

Dave brings over 20 years experience of youth work and community sector experience to this position. Dave has been living in Pukatja with his wife since early 2014 and immensely enjoys working with the MoneyMob team in an amazing community. When not in Central Australia, Dave’s other interest include spending time by the sea and kayaking.

Carol Kenny

Carol Kenny

Financial Literacy Education Worker

My name is Carol Kenny but they call me Kumanaya. I have lived in Ernabella all my life. I like going to inma church (singing and worshipping the Lord Jesus). I also like going hunting. Working for MoneyMob is really good, they’re friendly people and I’m learning a lot about how to do new things. I hope to keep on working.

Shauna Colin

Shauna Colin

Anangu Financial Education Worker

My name is Shauna Colin. I have recently started working with Money Mob and I enjoy helping people with their money story.

Amata

Glenise Brown

Glenise Brown

Financial Education Worker

Candice Macumba

Candice Macumba

Financial Education Worker

I have lived in Amata for almost ten years and have a husband and two beautiful daughters. I like working with Money Mob Talkabout so that I can help the community and the people in the communities to be able to handle their own money business and to learn to look after their own money in the future. I like watching and supporting community footy and softball teams but my favourite AFL Football team is the Adelaide Crows.

ACNC Registered Charity Tick

Money Mob Talkabout is a registered charity