Staff Profile



My name is Robyn Sealey and I am a proud  Wiradjuri woman from North-Western New South Wales.

I am married and have three children and 10 step children. I have lost count of the grandchildren but they are all wonderful. I enjoy learning, travelling and being challenged and that’s what keeps me in the field of Community Services .  I love spending time with family and friends.

I moved to the area bout fifteen years ago. I am involved in various organisations and management committees both at local and state levels.

I am passionate about working in the Health and Community Services Sector to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal people.

I am the Team Leader of Aboriginal Community Options at Booroongen Djugun Limited.

I am an Enrolled Endorsed Nurse, I have extensive knowledge and experience in both the mainstream and Aboriginal health areas.  There is always work to be done and this is where my heart is.



My name is Judy Hancock and I have lived all of my life on the Macleay River. I have been married for 36 years and have 4 children and 8 beautiful grandchildren.

I have worked in the Aged Care industry for 25 years and in the Community Services for the past 16 months. I started working with ACOPS as a Case Manager and then transferred to Aboriginal Compacks as Case Manager and have been in this position for the past 7 months.

As the Compacks Case Manager I provide short term case management, a safe transition home and organise and coordinate appropriate service provision to meet clients and carers individual and holistic needs upon discharge from hospital in a cost effective way.

ACOPS, Aboriginal Compacks and management have always encouraged and challenge my professional development through individual training and support.

I look forward to continuing my role as Compacks Case Manager, I have the commitment and passion to continue to promote Aboriginal Compacks.

I will continue to build strong working relationships to further promote access to the Compacks Project and achieve the best possible outcomes within our Aboriginal Community.