Good Energy Minds

…bringing to the forefront First Nations Peoples’ knowledge to benefit all future generations.

Acknowledgement of Country

Good Energy Minds (GEM) acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the GEM website may contain names, images and voices of deceased persons.

About Us

GEM is a majority owned Indigenous business and believes in the integrity of sustainable representation for Indigenous people in Australia, and internationally.  To respectfully deliver on our promise, all outcomes are mutually designed and delivered with and for the benefit of Indigenous communities.  Foremost is our belief in empowerment through the exchange of knowledge, now and for our future generations.

We have worked on projects in the New England, Moree and Pallamallawa regions where we lead with Indigenous principles to respectfully share knowledge by engaging a range of approaches to deliver effective outcomes.

This approach is “Good” and creates “Energy” (environmental, physical, meta-physical) through utilising ours and others’ “Minds”, which are infinitely powerful if applied collectively for the greater “Good”.  We are delivering a sustainable future through shared knowledge

Meet the Team

Troy Pickwick


Troy Pickwick

Troy is a Goreng Gorang and Mununjali man from Queensland. He has worked across Australia with Government (State and Federal), organisations, and universities where he lectured at Masters level, and coordinated students and rural education. Troy was the Director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Unit for the Australian Federal Police where he became the Director of Equity and Diversity. He has worked with First Nations People in areas such as forestry, agriculture and museums. Troy has a Bachelor of Arts (Communication) and a Master of Art (Indigenous Social Policy), both from the University of Technology Sydney.

Dr. Chivonne Algeo


Dr. Chivonne Algeo

Chivonne’s capabilities and skills enable her to recognise opportunities that align strategically with an organisation’s vision to achieve exceptional results through and with their people. She has honed her approach leading innovative programs in higher education, corporate organisations, not-for-profits and entrepreneurial start-ups in Australia and internationally. The networks and teams that Chivonne has created and nurtured throughout her career have supported, critiqued, advised and delivered strategically innovative outcomes for a range of communities that include First Nations Peoples. Chivonne has a PhD and a Masters degree in project management, both from the University of Technology Sydney.

Dr. Peter Radoll

Strategic Advisor

Dr. Peter Radoll

Peter is an Anaiwan man of Northern NSW and was recently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor People and Organisation and then the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Equity and Inclusion at Victoria University. Prior to working at Victoria University he was Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous, at the University of Canberra, and Director of the Ngunnawal Centre. Peter is Co-Chair of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Reconciliation Action Plan, and a Director with The Smith Family. Peter has a PhD in Information Systems from the Australian National University and a Master of Information Technology from the University of Canberra.

Case Study

Oven Mountain Pumped Hydro Storage Project

Good Energy Minds have been hired by the Oven Mountain Pumped Hydro Storage Project management to consult with First Nations People to ensure that the project respects and addresses their rights and interests, to deliver key benefits for future generations.

Contact Us

If you would like to learn more about Good Energy Minds, or to get in touch with Troy and Chivonne, you can email us at:

Or call us directly on +61 448 229 003

Good Energy Minds, bringing to the forefront First Nations Peoples’ knowledge to benefit all future generations.