Jay Little is a proud Wiradjuri–Gamilaroi first nations man, who grew up in Griffith and Wagga N.S.W and worked previously in Aboriginal Health as an Aboriginal Male Health Worker and Social Worker in the Family Health Team.
Jay has been the CEO of a not for profit Youth organisation “The Black Suns” and has been a Youth Officer for Juvenile Justice for over 12years both in custodial and community environments where he delivered and developed culturally appropriate programs.
Jay has also worked with E.C.A.V Education Against Violence as a national presenter delivering the “Tackling Domestic Violence Program” throughout N.S.W. Where he continued to work with Wellways in the Murrumbidgee Suicide Prevention Program as an after Suicide support Co-ordinator
“I am passionate about supporting our people and communities in community capacity restoration and helping those that have been bereaved by suicide or other traumatic events in a culturally appropriate and culturally sensitive manner through their healing journey. I advocate for individuals and families in their time of need by engaging and collaborating with other service providers to meet the spiritual, clinical and cultural needs they identify.“