Our Team

Jebb Hutchison

General Manager

Jebb is a proud Wiradjuri man, from Hillston in NSW.

He works to strengthen relationships and create opportunities for all Indigenous businesses so that Indigenous youth have positive role models to aspire to.

In addition to running On-Country Pathways, Jebb is one of three directors who, in 2017, established TVN On-Country, a regional commercial construction company.

“I want to create generational change. That’s why I do what I do. These young people want to feel empowered, and to be equipped with the information they need to make decisions about their lives, to gain their independence and to get off to a great start in their careers.”

Jebb maintains his cultural beliefs, traditions, and values. He is a committee member of the Wodonga Koorie Youth Network, the Albury Wodonga NAIDOC Planning Committee, and is a Respected Person of the Koori Court.

Darren Moffitt

Program Manager

Darren is a proud Bidjigal man from Sydney.

He runs On-Country Pathways’ programs with military precision, having served as an Australian Soldier for 27 years.

After leaving the Australian Army, Darren worked for more than 10 years in Aboriginal Affairs with the Victorian Government in community development and bushfire recovery roles in Northeast Victoria, where he supported local Aboriginal communities and Traditional Owner groups to identify and address their priorities and goals.

“I have a passion for supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities to achieve their goals. It makes me very proud to see our young people turning their lives around and gaining their independence.”

Chloe Sargeant


Chloe is a proud Gunditjmara woman, born and raised in Wodonga, Victoria.

“I am super passionate about young people and seeing them reach their full potential. I’ve been volunteering in the youth sector since 2019 and I kick started my youth work career at the beginning of 2023 working under the Future Proof program at the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service.

“The On-Country Pathways Driver-Mentor role was something I couldn’t pass up, spending my day with mob, helping them reach specific goals of getting their license and mentoring them to be job ready while creating culturally safe spaces for young mob to open up and connect over shared experiences and general yarns.

I’m excited for the future here at OCP and to keep seeing mob achieve their goals.”

Curtis Reid


Curtis is proud Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi man who grew up in the Albury Wodonga area.

“When I first jumped into the workforce as a young adult, I was fortunate enough to have an older mentor from the Aboriginal community who got me out of bed and pushed me to succeed. Because of this, I understand the importance of the Driver-Mentor Program.

This is a key part of why I wanted to join the team, to give back to young mob, like I received help in my early years.

Being a father of four, two of whom are now teenagers, I understand the importance of gaining your licence.  To me it means so much more than driving a car, it’s the biggest steppingstone to adulthood and independence. It opens unlimited doors for employment opportunities.

By us mentoring young mob into their adult journey, they become role models for their own mob, being able to mentor and guide their peers. This is just the beginning of creating generational change.

I’m really excited to be a part of the team here at OCP, I can’t wait to start being a part of helping mob understand how serious we are when we say, “the world is your oyster” and to help them see that someone cares for them, especially when life gets hard.”

Summer Matthews


Summer is a proud Barkindji/Ngiyampaa woman who is passionate about supporting and encouraging our young community members to identify their personal strengths and career goals, whilst keeping culture alive through her work as Koorie Liaison Officer for Wodonga TAFE.

Summer is also an artist working in the medium of glass, and has worked closely with many fellow Indigenous artists, collaboratively realizing their works in glass since 2001.

Proud mother of four and grandmother to a beautiful baby girl, Summer’s ethos on helping our young ones reach their full potential is that “we are creating our future leaders through mutual commitment, diligence, respect and integrity. We lead by example, and we support each other through the tough times so we can celebrate our successes together.”

Joe Raynor


Joe is a proud Wiradjuri man born and raised in Albury.

“I have two young daughters aged 10 and three who keep me very busy. I have worked in education for the last 13 years either as School Learning Support Officer at a local primary school or currently as an Aboriginal Student Support Officer at TAFE NSW.

I have a strong passion with helping our mob achieve their goals and look forward to working with On-Country Pathways as a driver-mentor.”

Meagan Ablett


Meagan is a proud Wiradjuri woman from Corowa. She is passionate about community, politics, family, friends, and personal success.

Becoming a part-time driver-mentor is Meagan’s way of giving back after becoming the first person to complete a traineeship with our charity, while working for local commercial construction company TVN On-Country.

She is currently enrolled in a Cert IV Community Services course at TAFE as well as continuing her career in construction.

“Being a Driver Mentor, seeing the young people become empowered by overcoming the barriers they are facing, is very rewarding, and it’s a privilege to be involved.”

Beau Murray


Beau is a proud Duduroa, Yorta Yorta and Wemba Wemba man. Born and raised in Wodonga, on Duduroa Country.

“I’ve always had a passion for helping people and community since I was a young fulla and that’s something my dad instilled in me.”

“Throughout my work career, I’ve mostly worked in finance for a couple of banks, but one of the roles that I was most passionate about was mentoring new staff that’d come through. As I’ve gotten older, that mentoring piece is something that has not left me and I love seeing young people – particularly mob – grow and succeed.”

“When Jebb and Darren suggested to become a part of the driver mentoring program with OCP, I was super excited about the mentoring piece. However, it was daunting as well as I’d not driven with a younger driver before. But the whole experience has been so rewarding, to pass on the skills that I’ve learned to make sure the next generation of drivers on our roads are safe and have the knowledge they need to become more aware and more responsible drivers. And also give the young fullas a skill that they’ll need to gain employment and become more independent.”