AMY Nominees

A.M.Y Nominees Pty Ltd (AMY Nominees) is a wholly owned subsidiary of AMYAC and has been established for the purpose of undertaking on behalf of AMYAC and its members, sustainable business opportunities that promote indigenous employment and training in all operations.

Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (AMYAC) is incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006. It represents the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara native title holders in relation to native title land encompassing a significant area of the Far North of South Australia including Tarcoola, Coober Pedy and Cadney Park. 

The Traditional Owners are currently party to mining agreements with operators in the region. Ongoing mining activity also provides future potential opportunities to engage with the mining sector.

AMY Nominees is committed to seeking sustainable employment opportunities for members of AMYAC and the broader Indigenous community. In a broader setting, AMY Nominees commits to providing a professional service to all contracts entered into.

Commercial Business Highlights

Stony Desert Crushing Plant

AMYAC Trust Executive Office - Administration

2016 Winner of the Premier's Excellence Award for social inclusion in partnership with OZ Minerals​

AMY Environmental Services
(Consistently exceeding KPI's)​

Buffel Grass Projects​

Anangu Mining ROM joint Venture with Thiess​

Anangu Mining - Lighting Tower Hire
(Prominent Hill)​

Land and Environmental Management Activities​

Anangu Mining - Labour Hire License

Board of Directors

AMY Nominees is governed by a Board of 6 Directors from the AMY Native Title Group.


Ian Crombie

Board Member & Traditional Owner​

David Brown

Deputy Chairperson
Board Member & Traditional Owner​

William Lennon jnr

Board Member & Traditional Owner​

Joseph Lennon

Board Member & Traditional Owner​

Maisie Winton

Board Member & Traditional Owner​


Board Member & Traditional Owner​



Bill Ryan

General Manager

Bill brings extensive experience and expertise to his role. Prior to AMY Nominees, Bill previously held the position of General Manager for the Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation in Port Augusta, where he worked closely with the OZ Mineral’s Carrapateena project, so he has a wealth of experience in indigenous engagement in the mining sector. Bill also brings with him valuable land management experience, holding several prior roles in senior management of several National Parks in SA and the NT.


Mark Bradley

Operations and Human Resources Manager

Mark commenced July 2018. Mark’s background has been in blue collar recruitment and Human Resources within the Mining and Oil and Gas industries. Mark also relocated his young family to Roxby Downs, spending two years managing an electrical contractor on the Olympic Dam site. Mark’s role will oversee the employment and the operational side of AMY Nominees, from recruitment and training to supporting employees with any day to day requirements.

Paul Case (MLCS Corporate)

Company Secretary / Advisor

Rob Gibb (Gibbrac)

Contractual Business Advisor