Senior Leadership Team
Following a brief career in IT, Tim has acquired 16 years’ experience in executive leadership positions across the Child and Family, Disability, Aged Care, and Community Housing Sectors. For 13 of these years, Tim served as CEO of LiveBetter and led the organisation through a period of significant change and growth. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Social Change and Development and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Chief Financial Officer
Pat is a career finance professional with over 30 years of experience acquired through a variety of corporate sector roles, primarily in the transport and logistics sector. An engaging CFO, Pat has led large finance teams in complex organisations through significant periods of change. A conscious career move into the for purpose sector bought Pat to CatholicCare. He holds a Bachelor of Business degree and is a member of CPA Australia and the Governance Institute of Australia.
Executive Manager, People & Culture
Miranda has dedicated her career to helping leaders in community and government social services organisations transform their workforce to better support clients. Miranda joined us from the NSW Public Service where she held various senior management roles in the People & Culture space. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in both operational and strategic human resources management. Miranda is passionate about implementing people strategies and initiatives to help CatholicCare achieve our mission, vision, values and strategic direction, whilst at the same time continuing to make CatholicCare a supportive and engaging workplace for our staff.
General Manager, Children’s Services
Monique holds a Masters in Special Education and a Degree in Early Childhood Education. She has worked in both not-for-profit and corporate sectors in Australia and worked internationally to establish best practice curriculum and services. Monique has worked on the front line of ECE education, managed both small and multi-site operations and advocates for quality, inclusive practice and universal access to quality programs and services for all children and families. Monique has a high level of experience in implementation and compliance of government and sector requirements in early childhood and NDIS supported services, child protection and safeguarding, program development and workplace practices.
General Manager, Permanency Support Program
Sean has over 15 years experience in the Child & Family Sector, holding senior operational and policy positions for non-government human services organisations across metropolitan, rural and remote areas of Australia. He began his working life with youth at risk and has dedicated his career to the care and support of children and young people in crisis, the reunification of broken families and the support of foster carers. With qualifications in Social Health (Child and Family) and Financial Services, Sean’s strengths are in both building relationships across stakeholder networks in the interests of those in need, and developing business processes to support the business to achieve quality outcomes for the clients we serve.
General Manager, Disability & Seniors Services
Alex has over 13 years experience in the disability and senior services sectors. He has worked on the frontline in the NDIS and has led small and large teams in senior leadership roles with non-government organisations across Greater Western Sydney & Central Coast regions. With qualifications in social work, disabilities and leadership, Alex’s strengths are in building dynamic and customer focused teams in delivering quality person-centred services.
General Manager, Integrated Services
Domestic Violence & Therapeutic Services
Kim has over 30 years’ experience in the community service sector in both Government and non-government organisations across Sydney and the Central Coast. Kim began her working life in special education and working with sick and disadvantaged children. Many of these children’s lives were affected by domestic and family violence and this is what has driven her career in assisting women and children escaping violence. Over the last 6 years Kim has taken on senior management roles overseeing many Government contracts and staff – utilising an inspirational leadership model. Kim brings passion to her work and consistently looks for innovative growth opportunities to further assist those in need in our communities.
Chief Information Officer
David brings 30 years of career experience in information technology spanning software engineering, consulting and leadership. He has worked within an impressive cross-section of vertical markets, including finance, automotive and professional services in start-up and enterprise organisations. Leveraging his strategic, technical and commercial agility, David is passionate about helping CatholicCare scale to meet increasing demand, navigate security and compliance challenges and translate complex business requirements into contemporary, robust technical solutions.
Communications & Engagement Manager
Melissa has 20+ years of experience across varied industries. This role supports the mission, vision, values and strategic direction of CatholicCare through meaningful, measurable and sustainable communications and other related activities. The position exists to raise the overall profile of the agency, and to build positive relationships both internally and externally via broad community engagement. Melissa is responsible for a wide range of communication activities with lead generation and brand awareness key.
Executive Manager Quality, Safeguarding,
Risk & Compliance
Angela has over 20 years’ experience in both the UK and Australia, working with families and children at risk, and specialising in child protection, fostering and adoption. Angela is committed to the protection and support of children in need, through both direct work and the development of quality processes and systems which support best outcomes. She has worked as a practitioner in frontline positions for both statutory and not-for-profits before moving into management roles. Angela has qualifications in Social Work, Policy and Applied Social Research, and Training and Assessment and is experienced in implementation and compliance with legislation, research and data analysis, and risk assessment and management.
General Manager, Integrated Services
Homelessness & Family Services
Angela has worked in the welfare sector in both UK and Australia for 19 years. She holds a BA Social Welfare, Dip Counselling and Family Therapy, Dip Early Childhood Studies and Cert Health and Social Care. Angela has previously worked across casework disciplines in early intervention and child protection including 7 years within the Homebuilders © Intensive Family Preservation model. Angela manages Waitara Family Centre and provides leadership for our Child and Family, Counselling, Homelessness, Domestic Violence and Mediation teams. She has a strong focus on providing quality and evidenced based interventions.