Peter Jess
Was the first person to really question a player’s worth to a team and has spent the last 30 years in sports management managing an A list of Australia’s top sporting personalities. . Peter is also a chartered accountant with over 30 years experience in the operations of small business’s and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in contractual and sports management to the group.

Dean Rioli
Dean Rioli a recently retired AFL player who has had wide experience in mentoring indigenous and non-indigenous athletes through his work with Sports Health Check Australia, Whitelion, the ETU and various AFL Clubs.

Dean Rioli  was born May 20, 1978 is an indigenous former Australian rules football player who spent his whole professional career with the Essendon Football Club in the Australian Football League.

The nephew of Maurice Rioli, the Richmond Football Club champion of the 1980s, Rioli grew up on the Tiwi Islands in the Northern Territory, but was recruited from the South Fremantle Football Club in the 1997 AFL Draft.

He is renowned for his goal sense, silky skills and his ability to play well. During his final season in 2006, Rioli battled hard through injury problems to reach the 4 games he needed to reach the 100-game milestone.

Dean Rioli played his last game for the Essendon Football Club on 26 August 2006. He has his name engraved onto his locker at the club. Rioli had as much talent and skills, and achieved near the same level of impact as former Captain James Hird.

Following his retirement, Rioli returned to the Northern Territory to play in the Northern Territory Football League with the Tiwi Bombers, where he became a solid contributor and on-field leader.

At the present time he is Assistant Coach at the Aberfeldie Football Club, in the Essendon District Football League. He began as Assistant Coach in September 2007 in preparation for Season 2008, having previously performed the same role at the Keilor Park Football Club the prior year.

Nathan Lovett-Murray
Nathan Lovett-Murray is another founding director who is a current AFL player at Essendon FC. Nathan has been exposed to the same programs and mentoring as Dean and is a keen participant in a wide range of indigenous initiatives.

Lovett-Murray is a hard-running defender, but can also play in other positions. He was once on Collingwood's rookie list, and played for the VFL's Bendigo Bombers and the Williamstown Seagulls before being selected by the Bombers in the 2003 rookie draft.

He was promoted to the senior list early in the 2004 season and played 20 games. After started the 2005 season on the rookie list again, he was promoted again that season and stayed on the senior list since then.

Nathan one of Essendon’s most consistent contributors playing most of his best football as a rebounding half-back. While Nathan started his career at Essendon as a jack-in-the-box forward, he developed into one of the team’s most reliable contributors.

Lovett-Murray is the cousin of Andrew Lovett and Allan Murray, who play for Essendon and St Kilda respectively.

Support team

ISN’s legal advisors are Robert Phelan of RM Phelan & Co; John Edgar of Browne & Co. ISN’s insurance agents are Kinnanes Insurance Brokers. ISN’s bankers are the NAB in Carlton.

 A range of key mentors and advisors will be added as time goes by and ISN satisfies itself of the fit with the organisations philosophy and programs.