In 2015, CreateCare Global has gathered together a multi-skilled and talented board, set to do transformative work at the intersection of creative endeavour, raising hope and awareness in the lives of children affected by disease, poverty and travesty.
Angela brings to the role of Chair of CreateCare Global her drive, energy and ability to get things done. Her qualifications and experience in law, business development, management and building start-up organisations from idea to reality ideally suit her to a leadership role.
She is a member of the Australian Prime Minister’s Business and Community Partnerships committee. She brings the same highly organized, creative thinking and problem solving approach to CreateCare Global as to her producer role with threecatsinlimbo Productions.
She also has a background in executive and personal coaching, including coaching creatives and actors, where she uses high-level interpersonal skills to unlock their maximum potential.
She currently works with actors, dancers and artists through her own charity, Future Foundations, that offers mentoring to young teens.
You will hear a lot more of, and from Angela as she leads CreateCare Global in its transformative work for children orphaned, abandoned or traumatised world-wide.
Anna is a partner with the NeuroPower Group, a consultancy that uses the latest insights from neuroscience (the study of our brains) to help large corporates and government agencies increase their performance.
With a background in law, political science and psychology, Anna specialises in developing and implementing strategies to solve complex problems. These usually involve high profile issues and competing or conflicting priorities, often in dynamic environments with diverse stakeholder groups.
Anna is passionate about working with Boards, CEOs and leaders to future-proof their businesses and strategies, as well as build high performance teams and cultures. She also coaches leaders and managers in transformational project management, effective organisational change, stakeholder engagement and strategic communications.
In addition to this expertise, Anna brings to her board role with CreateCare Global, experience working with a range of not-for-profits, including the United Nations Association of Australia, The Smith Family, the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation and Help Me With It.
She is also passionate about helping boards contribute their full value, experience and expertise to decision-making processes, and presents a short course for the Governance Institute of Australia on The Neuroscience of Board Wisdom
Anoushka is CEO of The Duke of Edinburgh Awards Australia-Victoria, which provides young people with a framework to become empowered young leaders and involved community members.
As founder of LeaderPreneur, she is also a feminine leadership expert, specialising in working with business leaders to create success in life and work.
She brings to her role as board member of CreateCare Global, this valuable blend of expertise and experience working with youth and gender, and a straightforward, goal driven approach to achieving breakthroughs based on the unshakeable belief that everyone can dare to dream.
She is a mum and having lived in Mauritius and China before Australia, she is passionate to make a difference for children and women.
Tracy is an early childhood teacher, parenting expert and mum who specialises in the relationship between parenting and balancing work and family, with over ten years experience working with young children and families.
She brings to her role on the board of CreateCare Global, a devotion to the value of early childhood education for all children and an ability to simplify early childhood research and practice and develop and implement programs from a sound philosophical base.
She is a children’s rights advocate and is an active enthusiast in engaging children in learning. She has developed a framework for parents to nurture their children’s interests, strengths and dispositions as the keys to future success.
This expertise will be invaluable both in developing CreateCare Kids, the worldwide schools’ program to widen awareness of the orphans and vulnerable children issue, and for developing programs to assist the carers of these children.
Gavin works as an executive career coach and facilitator, for the international organisation, Right Management, in Melbourne.
He brings to his role on the board of CreateCare Global the invaluable ability to help people navigate difficult transitions, to create a renewed sense of purpose, and a sharply differentiated value proposition.
Gavin is well connected on three continents, including South Africa, the land of his birth. He maintains a love for Africa and a deep interest in its issues, particularly those of the children who have been made vulnerable as a result of disease, poverty and neglect.
Sandy is an author, TEDx speaker and storyteller online. For three decades, she has run businesses with her husband, Roger, which have centred around purposeful communication to support organisations doing good business, and business for good.
Now she coaches business owners to bring clarity into their complex online world and helps them build a coherent online platform.
She believes that at the online intersection of clarity of intention and stories, people uncover their purpose and communities gather and ignite.
As founder and CEO of CreateCare Global, and co-founder of Knit-a-square together with her aunt, Ronda Lowrie, also founder of KAS SA, her early contribution to a global community that works to support and comfort millions of orphaned, abandoned and traumatized children is testimony to this belief.
Sandra is a business administration professional with extensive global change and transformation experience who provides guidance to executives and business owners that increases operational effectiveness and strengthens business process and stakeholder engagement.
She brings to her role on the board of CreateCare Global her cross cultural commercial understanding, her ability to develop business process solutions to support strategic initiatives and develop strong relationships with diverse stakeholders.
As a mother and a woman, Sandra’s strong sense of social justice has formed over many years living and working in numerous countries across the world and is underpinned by her fundamental belief in the rights of all women and children.