Program Manager for the AILC in Northern Australia, Timmy Duggan is a local born and bred Darwin man with family connections to the Warramungu people of Central Australia and the Nykinya people of the Kimberley. 


Timmy has experience as Leadership Project Officer for Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance NT, Director of Coaching for Basketball NT and Training Facilitator for AILC. Timmy also has a Diploma of Youth and Community Development from RMIT, and the first person from Northern Territory to play in the National Basketball League, he founded “Hoops 4 Health”, a health-education program using basketball as a vehicle to encourage youth to make healthy lifestyle choices. Further advocacy for young people is facilitated by Mr Duggan with weekend programs in the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre. Timmy heads up the AILC office in Darwin and is passionate about providing people with leadership pathways.