About the team
CATOnline was established in 2015 by four passionate individuals with a vision for curtailing the expression of racism through cultural intelligence training.
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Our dedicated team believe education and understanding are the keys to creating social cohesion in cross-cultural situations in the workplace and the wider community.

Closing the gap means changing hearts and minds for a more tolerant and inclusive world for everyone.

Todd Russell

Todd Russell, belongs to the Yamatji Wadjari people from the Murchison region of Western Australia. As the owner and manager of The Digital Factory, a premium production facility, Todd specialises in filming and editing digital media.

Todd has over 25 years’ experience in the audio visual recording industry.

Graeme Richards

Graeme Richards is group operations manager of RMS Training. Graeme has 34 years operational and management experience in the mining, civil and transport industries.

Graeme has a reputation for technical expertise and business acumen. RMS Training provide the Nationally Accredited qualification for the CAT Level 1 Course. (RTO 51105)

Justine Kinney

Justine Kinney, a Yawaru woman from Broome, is the managing director of Cultural Creative Agency.

Drawing on her people’s view of the world that all things are connected, Justine uses innovative ways to produce communication strategies with creative elements flowing across multiple platforms.

Justine comes from a strong Indigenous business background and has an in-depth understanding of the specific challenges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people face in business.

Robert Eggington

Robert Eggington, a Nyoongah man from Perth, is the executive officer of the Dumbartung Aboriginal Corporation where he works as curator and manager, co-ordinating projects and initiatives.

Robert delivers cross-cultural workshops and lectures, and has published an extensive body of literature on cultural matters in print and audio-visual media.