Staff Members

James Cripps


About James

Originating from the Palawa nation, James’s family (Riley) comes from the Cape Barren Island. Flinders Island and mainland Tasmania. James came to Mount Isa in 2013 , to work with Queensland Health as a senior member of the Mental Health and ATODS teams. He joined the board in 2019, bringing a wealth of experience in the prevention and reduction of alcohol and other substance abuse in metropolitan, rural and remote Indigenous communities. James spent a year as the Service Manager at the Normanton Recovery Centre and serves on boards and committees of numerous Indigenous advocacy groups.