Our Leadership Team


A proud Dunghutti/Gamilaroi woman.

Rachel is a Co-owner and Chairperson of Younity Group who has dedicated the past 20+ years of her working career on the self-determination of First Nations people through the business, education, and employment sectors.

Rachel’s recent professional highlights include being involved in the set-up of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), delivering vocational education programs to First Nations Tafe Students, has also held a position as a Global Software Trainer to both private and Government organisations, General Manager of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) that delivered school-based traineeships to over 2000 First Nations students across South-East Queensland, a former Manager of the University of Queensland and the Australian Catholic University’s First Nations Student Success Teams, Owner/deliverer of alternative education businesses and a successful commercial consultant.

Rachel strongly believes in continuing the ongoing legacy she has and continues to forge to ‘raise up community’ through business and education opportunities. Committed to the self determination of First Nations people, Rachel wants to bring to market an education solution that captures her experience in providing a culturally considerate education solution. Rachel and Younity Education will change the mantra of “training is for training sake”, Younity Education will bring mentoring, culture and education together to ensure training solutions are community led, for community, delivered by community and will deliver REAL success for all.


Courtney who is a proud Indigenous man and a Co-owner/Director with broad experience in various aspects of the construction and mining industries.

Courtney’s experience has seen him lead teams in road construction, housing developments and cut and fill bulk earth works as well as operating in supervisory positions in mining industry.

Courtney is passionate about passing on his knowledge to Indigenous people and providing pathways from which they can thrive in a variety of construction and infrastructure roles and has developed an extensive network of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals spanning 20+ years.


Sean is a seasoned management professional with over twenty years’ experience in public and private industry sectors, including infrastructure, construction, solar, timber, and mining. Sean has also undertaken organisational development and commercial advisory work in the Department of Defence and the Department of Transport and Main Roads (Qld).

As a Director of Younity Group, Sean is a natural strategic thinker, and has the ability to deliver commercial solutions that are calibrated to the operating environment of individual organisations. His most recent work has seen him undertake large scale business development and project delivery work in Papua New Guinea. Sean is keen to lend his expertise to build sustainable commercial models within the Indigenous business sector.


Xavier is highly regarded within the consulting industry for providing Project Management Office, Project Controls, Project Reporting and Business Intelligence advisory services on large scale capital works programs. Xavier’s unique strength is his ability to define and address complex problems in a manner that is technically robust yet strategically aligned to wider business objectives.

Xavier has applied his talents across a range of high-profile projects in key industry sectors, including Information Technology, Defence, Transport, Construction, Mining, Renewable Energy and Water both in Australia, and abroad.

Xavier has undergraduate qualifications in Information Technology with Honours and has undertaken further studies in Business Analytics, Financial Accounting and Economics for Managers from Harvard Business School – HBX. Xavier also holds an Executive MBA from Quantic School of Business and Technology.