Robyn is the Chief Executive Officer of MacKillop Family Services. She is passionate about social justice and the rights of children and families. As a social worker and family therapist, Robyn has over thirty years' experience in the child and welfare sector. Robyn is committed to training and supportive supervision for colleagues to provide best practice to the children and families we serve. When not traveling to MacKillop programs all over Australia, Robyn delights in her own five children and three beautiful grandchildren.
Anne is responsible for leading The MacKillop Institute and MacKillop’s schools and education programs. She has worked in community development and education for over 30 years and during this time has held a number of senior leadership roles. Anne is passionate about social justice and is committed to making a difference in the lives of vulnerable children, young people and families. Anne draws inspiration from MacKillop’s values and vision and is guided by these in her work; she believes that hope, respect, compassion and collaboration can transform lives and strengthen communities.
Ben is a strategic thinker with over 15 years in education and business management. He has been a teacher, Assistant Principal and Senior Officer (Department of Education), working across staff and student wellbeing, curriculum design, policy development and implementation.
Ben’s leadership experience spans government, corporate and the non-profit sector. He has a proven track record of building longitudinal national and international partnerships and is known for building trusted relationships and partnering for meaningful impact.
Cameron holds qualifications in Social Work (Honours), Business Management and Leadership and has over 20 years’ management experience in the community services, international development, social enterprise, and child protection sectors. From 2012-2017 Cameron established and led Mission Australia’s ‘Strengthening Communities’ program, delivering innovative community renewal projects in urban public housing estates and remote Indigenous communities across Australia. The program was a finalist in the national Collaboration for Impact Awards.
Cameron has worked extensively across Myanmar, Vietnam, and Cambodia, and previously chaired the Board of an international NGO. Prior to his current role, Cameron managed MacKillop Family Services’ programs across South-West Victoria. Cameron is an engaging public speaker and is passionate about helping people grow and assisting organisations to cultivate healthy cultures.
Fiona holds a Bachelor of Science with Distinction, Nursing (University of Sydney), Masters of Management (MGSM) and executive leadership programs (Harvard, Stanford and Mount Eliza Schools of Management). Fiona has led human resource, clinical and operational teams, working extensively across health, biotech and education sectors. Career highlights include the design and implementation of initiatives focusing on leadership development, staff wellbeing, change management, communication strategies, business rebranding and launches.
More recently, Fiona has enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate with professional partners to share knowledge and practice wisdom to support the experiences and wellbeing of children, young people and families. Fiona is an advocate for the wellbeing and rights of children and young people with the hope of supporting them to reach their full potential.