Rob is the General Manager, Housing within Anglicare. He has established the community housing operations within Anglicare and is currently overseeing a large development program to deliver social and affordable housing to older Australians.
Before joining Anglicare, Rob had a number of senior roles in the not-for-profit sector. In 2013, Rob joined The Salvation Army as the General Manager to establish its community and affordable housing operations. During his time at The Salvation Army, Rob expanded operations into New South Wales, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory. The Salvation Army has had a long history in helping the needy particularly in homelessness, and through his work in Salvos Housing, Rob is seeking to extend this compassion through a range of transitional and affordable housing options.
Rob has a passion for working with churches to assist them realise their mission through the provision of affordable housing.
Brian is the CEO of Amelie Housing with 30 years’ experience in the community housing sector. From founding Macarthur Community Tenancy in 1983 through its evolution into Argyle Community Housing, Brian has been at the forefront of the development in this sector. While at Argyle, he was responsible for the successful tender and transfer of over 1,000 properties. Brian has also had a distinguished voluntary career with the St Vincent de Paul Society culminating as President and Australian delegate to the SVdP International Council (Paris) in 1991. Brian is a member of the SVdP NSW Social Justice Committee and the NSW Government’s Community Housing Advisory Committee.
General Manager Housing & Retirement Living BaptistCare NSW & ACT
Mike joined BCS in 2001 to head up the newly created Aged and Community Care Operations Division and has undertaken GM level roles within the Aged Care operational structures, managing residential and community care and retirement villages. For four years he took on the broader role as GM Strategic Development for the whole Organisation. This role was to improve the Organisation’s capability to achieve its strategic objectives through effective long term property planning, research analysis, service design and service delivery models. This led to the establishment of social housing within BCS. Mike is now the GM Housing and Retirement Living Division.Prior to joining BCS Mike had 20 years senior management experience in the community development, health, rehabilitation and aged care fields in NSW, the Northern Territory and Tasmania. A significant part of his work has been in rural and remote areas of Australia including Aboriginal communities. Social justice issues are an important part of Mike’s life. This combined with his qualifications in human services management has led to many opportunities to pursue these social development interests and use of his business management skills.
Michael has over 25 years industry experience including 4 years consulting to and researching the development and financing of affordable housing, and prior to this 21 years’ experience in the unlisted and listed property trust sectors principally for the ING Group. Within these roles he completed the portfolio management of three unlisted residential property trusts, direct property valuations and acquisitions and was employed in the launch of the integrated $239m Heine Industrial and $1.6b Armstrong Jones industrial, office and retail property funds with the Mercantile Mutual portfolios. Michael received a national award in 2009 from the Australian Property Institute for his research into affordable rental housing financing. Michael holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Land Economics), a Graduate Diploma in Property Investment and Finance, a Masters in Applied Science (Building Studies) and is an Associate of the Australian Property Institute. Michael is a registered valuer and licensed Real Estate Agent.
Mark is the Co-Founder and CEO of WelcomeMat – Australia’s first bespoke tenant-matching platform for affordable rental housing.
Before this, he was a Property Partner at The Salvation Army’s award-winning social enterprise law firm, Salvos Legal, for over 6 years and before that, worked in top tier/national law firms for over 9 years. Mark also had the privilege of being an Associate to Justice Murray Wilcox at the Federal Court of Australia, and served on the Law Society of NSW’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee for 3 years.
Mark is a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute (API) under its Property Leaders Program, and holds a Bachelor of Laws degree with first class honours.
Brad is currently deputy CEO at Anglicare NSW South, NSW West & ACT.
He has had 20 years as a senior executive and consultant across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
His expertise is in social and economic policy research and analysis, corporate strategy, serving cross-functional teams, facilitating strategic and operational transformation, and driving business development and IP commercialisation.
Other skills include complex contract negotiation and stakeholder engagement, CX insight and management, consumer research, predictive modelling, and change management.
Before joining Anglicare, Brad was deputy CEO at Argyle Housing, working on the efficiency and productivity of corporate services, operations, and asset management.
Lisa is Operations Manager, Community Housing at Wesley Mission, managing a portfolio of housing ranging from crisis accommodation and transitional housing through to social and affordable housing.
She has over 10 years’ experience working in not-for-profit and government organisations including community housing, health services (cancer control and prevention), disabilities and aged care.
Her roles have focussed on operational management, tenancy management, community engagement, quality assurance and risk management.
Lisa has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Community Development) and holds various qualifications in quality and risk management.
Creating opportunities for young people living in community housing is Lisa’s passion as well as facilitating opportunities to reduce loneliness as people age.
Another passion is community housing being provided with a whole-of-person mindset, rather than a transactional real-estate model.
Mark has had a long career in the NSW Government advising on housing policy, strategic resource allocation and service improvement. As a senior officer in the then Department of Family and Community Services (and its many iterations), he led the design phase of the housing common access project that is now known as Housing Pathways, along with housing and homelessness policy reforms, inter-government negotiations, research and funding of social and affordable housing programs. Mark began his career in community housing helping to establish the Eastern Suburbs Rental Housing Association (now a part of Bridge Housing) in 1983. Housing people well has remained a continuing passion.
He was the Principal of a housing focussed consultancy, Mark Nutting Consulting, working primarily for the not-for-profit housing clients from 2016 to July 2018.
He is currently the Strategic Planning Manager of the Southern Regional Organisation of Councils undertaking advocacy and policy work on behalf of member councils. Mark holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Masters of Town and Country Planning.