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Chief Executive Officer

Jacqui has been Chief Executive Officer of the CREATE Foundation since December 2007. She has over 20 years experience in child protection, out-of-home care, family services and community work and has undertaken social research and held several management roles. She has written not only policy, training manuals and research papers, but also a children’s book. Jacqui is an accomplished public speaker presenting at many national and international conferences. Jacqui firmly believes that children and young people, given the right opportunities, have the capacity to transcend their adversity and reach their full potential.

Jacqui is a member of the Board of Directors and Leadership Committee at CREATE.

Board of Directors



Richard Hill is an investment banker and lawyer and spent many years working in London, Hong Kong and New York with the HSBC Bank Group. He is the Chairman of the Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research. He is also the Chairman of Sirtex Medical Limited and Calliden Insurance Group which are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange; as is Biota Holdings Limited of which he is a Director. He has been admitted as an Attorney of the New York Bar. Richard has been a Director of CREATE since 2010 and Chairman since 2013



Jann was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in the financial services sector, particularly the insurance industry. She was the auditor of the CREATE Foundation for a number of years. After nearly 30 years she retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2004. Keen to maintain her involvement with CREATE Foundation, she volunteered to assist in the year-end financial reporting process and to help out with other financial reporting requirements during the year. Jann has been the Treasurer and a Director of CREATE since 2006.


Executive Director of Research

Joseph has a PhD in social psychology from the University of Queensland and has lectured at both the University of Queensland and Griffith University in the areas of research methods, statistics, social skills training and the theory and practice of photography. His research interests range from empirical aesthetics to his current concerns with child protection. Joseph authored the 2008 and 2009 CREATE Report Cards dealing with Transitioning from Care in Australia. He also has served as a consultant to the Queensland Department of Child Safety. He became a Director of CREATE in 2008.


Chair of Fundraising Committee

Greg has 35 years of corporate experience during which time he built and led global businesses that deliver high quality service based solutions across a broad range of industries, including the Financial Services sector for the last 15 years. Most recently Greg worked with Cerno holding the position of GEO. Prior to this role Greg held senior leadership roles in Australia, the UK and the US with companies such as Aon, Accenture, Bankers Trust, TeleTech and The Corporate Services Group. Greg joined Finity Consulting as a Senior Consultant December 2014.


Peter was employed with National Australia Bank (NAB) for over 23 years before joining Macquarie Bank in 2001. Whilst at NAB Peter held senior positions in Australia, the UK and the USA, most notably as the General Manager for the NAB’s Business Bank. At Macquarie Bank, Peter was the Head of the Bank’s retail division until 2009. Peter is now an Executive Coach with Foresights Global Coaching and a Strategy and Leadership Consultant specialising in Banking and Wealth Management.


Reeny has been a social worker in the area of health and justice for over a decade in Queensland. For several years, her involvement with the CREATE Foundation has centred on reducing the legacy of being in care through education. Not only is she a kinship carer, Reeny spent 18 years growing up in residential and foster care. She firmly believes young people’s views and experiences are key components of improving the outcomes and education attainment for future care leavers.


Andy is a Partner at Ernst and Young with over 23 years of experience in consulting, primarily in Financial Services with a focus on the General Insurance industry. Originally from the UK, Andy has worked to help transform many of the worlds leading Financial institutions in the UK, US, mainland Europe and Asia, before moving to Sydney in 2008 where he ran Accenture’s insurance business across Australia and New Zealand. Andy has two young sons and is passionate about helping disadvantaged children reach their potential. He joined the Create board in October 2016.


David Hill

David Hill has been Patron of CREATE Foundation since 1999, before which he served as Patron for the AAYPIC. He has also served as Chairman of the Board and throughout has been active in his support of CREATE and its work.

His strong interest in the rights and welfare of children and young people in care stems from his experience as a child. When he was 13 he and his two brothers were sent from Britain to Fairbridge Farm School through the Child Migrant Scheme. He has since written a book about the brutal experiences of the pupils there The Forgotten Children.

In addition to his advocacy work for children in care and social justice issues; his career has spanned being chairman then managing director of the ABC, chairman of the Australian Football Association,

Chief Executive and Director of the State Rail Authority NSW and Chairman of Sydney Water Corporation.

Leadership Committee


National Marketing and Partnerships Manager

Stephanie has worked in the marketing and advertising industry since 2008 with experience across a range of products and services. She has been employed by the CREATE Foundation since December 2012 and was appointed the position of National Marketing and Partnerships Manager in June 2014.


National Policy and Advocacy Manager

Noelle is an experienced policy analyst having previously worked as a Senior Policy Officer for Queensland Shelter and the Executive Officer for the Australian Sociological Association. Currently she is a management committee member for a sexual assault and homelessness service for young women. Noelle joined the CREATE Foundation as the National Policy and Advocacy Manager in 2014.


National Development & Operations Manager

James Boreham is an experienced manager with substantial expertise in the corporate and not for profit sector. As guardian and carer for his sister who has an intellectual disability, he has a strong understanding of the needs and circumstances of people in the care environment and their service providers. Most recently, James was General Manager of the community organisation Human Ventures (Human) for 6 years and continues his service with them as a voluntary Board member. His areas of responsibility included Strategy Design and Implementation, Operations, Fundraising, Business Development, People, Finance, Risk Management, and Program Oversight/Delivery. James supported and experienced first-hand Human’s programs for children and young people in remote, regional, and indigenous communities throughout Queensland. James is passionate about children and young people having the best and equal opportunities in life to ensure they reach their full potential.


National Finance Manager

Chandra Joined CREATE in September 2016 and brings experience from both the corporate and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining CREATE, Chandra was with Habitat for Humanity International Australia as Head of Finance and Company Secretary and has also worked with organisations including Lenovo, Plan International, and Canon in Australia and abroad. Chandra ensures CREATE adhere to the high standards of financial compliance to meet statutory and donor requirements.