Ochre and Salt is a Supply Nation registered Indigenous business. We work extensively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities on a range of priorities set by them. But this isn’t where our work ends. Walking two worlds, we provide management consultancy in a broad range of human service environments, indigenous and non-indigenous. We fundamentally believe that 60 000+ years of knowledge and ways of thinking and doing can actually benefit all people.
Our team have diverse skills, qualifications and cultural teachings, to enable us to work across community and business environments. Facilitating change, building relationships and connections, and empowering people to work collectively, is what we do best
The Ochre and Salt logo represents the connections we have as humans, with shared humanity: while our life experiences and expressions may be diverse, we all have the capacity to show compassion, care for one another and build strong, well communities.
The blue outline represents the ocean, salt, and relates to the work we do from coast to coast in partnership with a range of communities and organisations.
The pink, the heart, represents the responsibility we all have in working to create communities that allow us to thrive and set the foundation for generations to come.
Our team have diverse skills, qualifications and cultural teachings, to enable us to work across community and business environments. Facilitating change, building relationships and connections, and empowering people to work collectively, is what we do best.
ELIZA PROSS, DIRECTOR
Eliza Pross is the owner and Director of Ochre and Salt. She is a proud Yuin/Nuenonne woman born and raised in Sydney. Eliza has worked for over 15 years in a range of settings, including health, mental health, education, aged care and disability environments. She has worked in a range of urban, regional and remote communities and locations through a diverse range of programs and projects. She has formal qualifications and post graduate degrees in Social Work and Social Policy, and is passionate about building systems, organisations and communities to achieve collective impact. Thinking about how we can support young people and future generations to thrive is a particular focus for Eliza. As white cockatoo is her totem, the teacher/translator, Eliza’s ‘happy place’ is where people can come together, understand and respect each other, and build programs, systems and ideas to benefit the greater good.