Mark Heintz has widespread leadership experience within the agriculture industry as well as in the not-for-profit sector. Mark is currently the CEO of Otway Pork and has nearly a decade of experience within the Not for Profit sector, currently also being a non-faith based member and Director on the UnitingCare Board of Victoria and Tasmania.
Carolyn Doyle is a lawyer with over 30 years of experience providing legal advice and services to commercial business, government bodies and not-for-profit organisations. Currently legal counsel at the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission, Carolyn has published various publications throughout her career on privacy law and human rights, as well as being a Lecturer of Law at various universities.
Mark Burton is a Certified Practising Accountant and has over 20 years experience providing strategic and commercial advice to businesses and not-for-profit organisations. Recently Mark made the career change from being a Director at Pitcher Partners, to establishing his own commercial consultancy venture. Over the past 4 years, Mark has been actively involved in providing settlement support and services to the Sudanese community.
Bobby Allen is RMCC’s Co-Founder & Project Manager and has been part of the organisation’s journey since its humble beginnings. Bobby has a background in audio-engineering and over 10 years experience working with special needs and homeless children and youth through an array of organisations. Bobby also has over 5 years in project and event management, having curated various events in multiple cities across the world.
Jordan Mavros has over 30 years experience in the human services-community, having a personal interest and concern in the encouragement, guidance and support of children and youth. With experience as a social worker and counsellor, through to being the CEO of the Geelong Ethnic Communities Council, Chairperson of the Multicultural Aged Care Services, and President and Director at United Way/ Give Where You Live, Jordan has been actively creating change in the community for many years.
Jennifer Hill is a senior consultant, bringing extensive experience across risk and crisis management, media and government relations, and corporate communications. She holds over 10 years of working for corporations and NGOs in some of the most world’s most dynamic geopolitical environments. Jennifer led humanitarian and emergency public affairs for World Vision Australia, including World Vision International’s communications for its Syria response and media management for health initiatives in Somalia.
Alice Wojcik is the CEO & Founder of RMCC. Alice has a background in mathematics and financial planning, having worked in the banking and risk sector. Although Alice’s passion lays with creating opportunities for vulnerable children, allowing them to succeed no matter what their background or circumstances, a cause she has dedicated herself to for more then 10 years.