Ageing, Business and Finance, Community Service and Engagement, Cultural Diversity, Feminist Policy and Politics, Women’s Affairs, Housing, Human Services, M.C. and Facilitator, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Organisation Change Management
As a community psychologist, Helen’s career has been informed by a human rights perspective, social justice, empowerment and the social/ecological model of health. She has extensive experience in leadership roles within the not-for-profit and local government sectors, including leading development and implementation of vision, mission and strategic direction, change management processes, development and maintenance of positive relationships with funding bodies and governments, development of consortia and partnerships, staff performance management, financial and risk management, business development and service provision.
An experienced board member, Helen has been Chair of Gateway LLENS, Family Access Network and Eastern Community Legal Centre. She is currently Deputy Chair of the APS College of Community Psychologists and member of the APS Public Interest Advisory Group.
Her skills include management, governance, psychology, community development, policy development, research, strategic planning, service delivery, health promotion. Sector experience includes local government, disability, homelessness, alcohol and other drugs, justice and mental health.
View Helen’s LinkedIn profile