Mark is committed to strengthening and building stronger communities through robust citizenship principles, whereby everyone is valued for the contributions they bring to their community.
Mark is proud to lead the Community Living Australia team to provide quality, personalised services meeting the needs and aspirations of clients and their families. The purpose of these services is that people with disability can choose how they live, learn, work, love, play and connect with their community as well as discover new horizons to lead fulfilling lives.
Having held positions across the disability and community service sector for over thirty years and with an extensive background in service delivery excellence, organisational development and community and stakeholder engagement, Mark is passionate about designing services that support people with disability to have choice and control in their lives. This individualised client-centric focus facilitates self-agency for clients and builds sustainable, accessible communities for all. He is also very passionate about driving collaboration to ensure a healthy sustainable service provider industry.
Mark currently serves on the National Board for National Disability Services (NDS) and is the Chair for the National NDS Workforce Committee. Mark is also a state committee member of NDS and chairs the South Australian NDS Workforce committee. Mark has been the Chief Executive of Community Living Australia for close to fifteen years.
Married to Kellie who also works in the Community Services field and proud father to two young adult daughters Rani and Siena, Mark enjoys walking, good wine, spending time with friends and family and watching a good Sci-fi movie.
You can contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, Business Services
Karin Barry is responsible for the leadership of the Finance, People & Culture, ICT and Facilities portfolios of the Business Services area for Community Living Australia. This entails all aspects of financial management, reporting and processes, service tendering, DCSI contract management, managing insurance risk and asset management.
Karin's' vision for Community Living Australia is to develop a first class model of service for people with disabilities living in regional areas and to become a key employer of people who want to work in the communities in which they live.
Karin has been a Chartered Accountant since 1993 and began working in the NFP sector in the year 2000 serving in roles for Calvary Health Care Adelaide, The Mary Potter Foundation and Autism SA.
Personally, Karin lives in Woodside and is married to Ian with 2 children (Tomas and Jenna). Karin is active in the local community, serving on the Lenswood Primary School Governing Council for six years (three as Chair) as well as currently serving as the Treasurer of the Lobethal Tennis Club.
When Karin isn't working you can find her enjoying life in the Adelaide Hills, walking her dog on Carrickalinga beach, playing tennis or watching football/netball with umbrella in hand!
If you need to speak with Karin send an email to email@example.com
Director Client Services
Tina has over 25 years’ experience leading teams in customer service environments. She is passionate about developing and empowering staff to deliver high quality services that make customers feel valued. She has worked in financial services and legal regulation in the UK, and for the last 4 years has brought her experience into organizations delivering aged care, disability and mental health services in Adelaide, at Helping Hand Aged Care, and UnitingCare Wesley Bowden.
Tina and her husband, Craig, and two boys, Curtis & Morgan, emigrated to Adelaide at the end of 2014, live in West Beach, and love Adelaide. When she’s not working, Tina can often be found on the beach, but her other passions are music and dancing. She is a regular concert goer, and when she has time dances with a group in Woodville, with whom she performed in the Adelaide Fringe in 2017.
Tina can be contacted by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Manager - NDIS Readiness
Donna is responsible for ensuring NDIS Readiness for the organisation. Being the largest social reform since Medicare, the NDIS will transform the way disability services are provided and Donna will ensure that Community Living Australia is ready to embrace this and provide the greatest services possible to its clients.
Donna is a CPA qualified accountant who has worked in State Government and the Private Sector in areas such as public transport (regional and metro), vocational education (TAFE), retail, and the travel industry. In these sectors, Donna has been responsible for General & Financial Management, Tender Development and Evaluation, and Contract Management.
After participating in a study tour in India she came back determined to work for an organisation that was connected with its community, had a regional focus and enabled people to be the best they could be. Hence, Donna was drawn to and joined Community Living Australia.
Donna grew up and continues to live in the wine region of McLaren Vale where she, her husband Gary and two daughters enjoy the southern beaches. Donna and Gary love to travel and have travelled to Africa, India, the Middle East, Nepal, South America, Thailand and Hawaii where they recently took Maddie on her first overseas trip!
You can contact Donna at email@example.com
Client Services Leadership Team
Molly Baulch - Regional Manager (Murraylands)
Sue Stuart - Regional Manager (Adelaide Hills, Strathalbyn and Fleurieu)
Cynthia Gerritsen - Regional Coordinator (South East)
Lisa Rutter - Regional Coordinator (Southern Metro)
Cheryl Willcourt - Regional Coordinator (Riverland)
Suzi Lines - Regional Coordinator (Kangaroo Island)
Corporate Services Leadership Team
Nicola Marnoch - Manager Finance
Barb Raymond - Executive Assistant
Nicole Smith - Manager People and Culture
Lee Thomas - Manager Fleet and Property
Naomi Newham - Manager ICT
Trish Kirkland - Manager Quality and Safeguarding