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Board and Management

Hayley Lawrance

Chair

Hayley Lawrance’s background is in commercial law, having gained over 20 years experience at home and abroad in professional advisory and corporate roles. She has developed a deep understanding of the practice and application of corporate governance both through her experience as a professional advisor, and as a company director over the last 15+ years. Hayley completed the company directors course with the Australian Institute of Company Directors in 2011 and is currently also a non-executive director of Global Lithium Resources. She has a deep interest in what goes on behind ‘the corporate veil’ to consider how team culture and conflict, individual well-being and performance affect organisational outcomes. She is a qualified mediator and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in counselling.

Gary Steinepreis

Director and Secretary

Gary Steinepreis holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Western Australia and is a Chartered Accountant. He provides corporate, management and accounting advice to a number of companies involved in the resource, technology and manufacturing industries. Gary has held a number of Board positions at Holyoake including Treasurer of Holyoake from 1999 to 2021 and Chairman 2021 to 2022.

Anthony Hewett

Anthony Hewett

Director and Treasurer

Anthony Hewett brings to the Board of Holyoake over 20 years of experience in various general management, operations, compliance and risk, and governance roles across financial services. Anthony is currently a director of the Euroz Hartleys Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation established by Euroz Hartleys Limited in 2006 to support Western Australian charities. Anthony is a Chartered Secretary and holds a Master of Business Law from Curtin University and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance from the Governance Institute of Australia. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Governance Institute and a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.

Peta Gallaway

Director

Peta Gallaway is a Registered Nurse specialising in Mental Health. She brings to the Holyoake Board over 20 years of mental health nursing experience from a variety of public and private mental health and alcohol and other drug (AOD) services in WA and NSW. Peta is currently working as part of the Mental Health Executive at WA Country Health Service overseeing the provision of mental health and AOD services across regional, rural and remote Western Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Nursing), a Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing and a Masters of Health Services Management. Peta is also an Associate Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management.

Debora Morrow

Deborah Morrow

Director

Deborah Morrow is a CEO and Managing Director with 25 years’ global experience in leading major capital and large-scale projects complemented by several years in c-suite leadership roles across the resources industry. Her senior leadership experience includes strategy development, business transformation, organisational design and implementation of change, health, safety, wellbeing & environment, cultural design and enabling major people change. Deborah holds a Bachelor of Business from Edith Cowan University and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). Deborah feels privileged to support organisations that align with her skills, values, and passion.

Dr Annalee Stearne

Director

Annalee is a Nyungar woman from Western Australia and has extensive experience as a widely published public health researcher, focusing on Aboriginal community responses to alcohol and other drug challenges. In 2023 she completed her PhD examining Aboriginal leadership in alcohol policy development in the Northern Territory. She has deep experience working with both Australian AOD peak bodies and health service providers and was awarded the 2012 First People’s Award for Excellence in Science and Research, by the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD).

Executive Leadership

Lorraine Keane

Chief Executive Officer

Lorraine’s leadership experience spans across the aged care, disabilities, arts & culture and health sectors. Her core capabilities include strategy, governance, organisational development, finance and leadership. Lorraine is passionate about connection and has always been drawn to purpose led organisations. In addition to her CEO position, she is also a Non-Executive Director at WANADA and the Community Arts Network. Lorraine is a Certified Public Accountant, Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a graduate of the Leadership WA Signature program of 2021.

Helen Jackson

Executive Manager Services

Helen has served in strategic and operational leadership positions within the health, disability and community service sectors for more than 20 years. She has deep experience across strategic and operational clinical workforce needs, clinical and corporate governance, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the AOD and Mental Health streams within government, non-government and private organisations. Helen holds a Bachelor of Science Occupational Therapy from Curtin University and Graduate Certificates in Business Administration and Social Impact from the University of Western Australia.

Lin Edwards

Executive Manager Corporate Services

Lin is a Certified Practising Accountant who brings a wealth of experience from both the for profit and not-for-profit sectors. Having started her career at Ernst and Young, Lin gained experience across Southern Africa before moving to Western Australia in 2008. She is a dynamic leader with a passion for community engagement, evidenced by her commitment to community through her tenure as Treasurer on a not-for-profit board and as Treasurer for the P&F function at her daughter’s school. Using her combination of financial acumen, strategic foresight and service dedication, Lin is known for her collaborative approach, effectively leading cross-functional teams to achieve common goals and deliver best practice.

Ben Smith

Executive Manager Growth and Innovation

Ben is a recognised business growth executive who has led some of Australia’s fastest growing consumer goods brands. Working across America, Europe, Asia and Australia in the private, public and not for profit sectors, he is passionate about unearthing new growth opportunities that deliver meaningful community impact and leading high performing teams. Ben leads the growth, innovation and marketing functions of the business. He holds several degrees including dux honours and is an elected Board Director of the Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH).

 

Cultural Advisors

Lindsay Dean

A Traditional Owner of the WKSN region in Noongar Country and Karijarri Bard Nimanboor in the West Kimberly, Lindsay grew up in community and brings to this role an understanding, knowledge and promotion of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage, History and Spirituality. Lindsay is committed to inclusion, diversity, and understanding different perspectives and is actively involved with several boards and steering committees. In addition to his position with Holyoake Lindsay is currently employed at the Department of Communities as the Aboriginal Regional Coordinator Great southern. He provides cultural guidance and awareness for Holyoake staff, students, and volunteers, sits on the RAP Committee, and assists to build positive connections between Holyoake and Aboriginal communities within the Perth metropolitan area and the wider state. He is also available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, students, and volunteers across Holyoake’s sites.

Lindsay’s previous roles include representation on the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee (ACMC), Wadjemup Aboriginal Reference Group (WARG) and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Reference Group as well as the founding Director of the Southwest Aboriginal Land Sea Council and Chair of the Karijarri Traditional Lands Association.

Casey Kickett

Casey is a Noongar woman from Whadjuk, Yued, Ballardong and Wardandi countries and is the inaugural Director of the First Nations Program at the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO). Here she drives the organisation’s strategic direction to achieve a world where the environment, in all that it includes, is healthy through decolonisation and indigenisation of practices. Casey also sits on the Rottnest Island Authority Wadjemup Aboriginal Reference Group as a general member and holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Communications, Media Studies and Indigenous Knowledges and Histories from the University of Western Australia, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Education from Murdoch University.

Casey provides cultural guidance and awareness for Holyoake staff, students and volunteers, sits on the RAP Committee, and assists to build positive connections between Holyoake and Aboriginal communities within the Perth metropolitan area and the wider state. She is also available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, students and volunteers across Holyoake’s sites.