Our management team and board directors work collegially and are inspired by the organisation's vision of achieving an Australia free of poverty.
The annual and financial reports provide an overview of our governance structures and activities and outline key statistics and financial results.
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Conny Lenneberg is the Executive Director of the Brotherhood of St Laurence, a role she took up in January 2018. Conny has 25 years’ experience in the development and social justice sector, in Australia and internationally, from service delivery in the field to leading large teams, and senior executive and board roles.
Sonia Bijelic joined the Brotherhood in May 2018. Sonia is an experienced senior leader with a strong track record of success working across numerous organisations and industries, including sport, entertainment, hospitality, telecommunications, consumer packaged goods, and financial services.
Lucia Boxelaar leads the Brotherhood’s portfolio of community programs which comprises Children’s Programs; Youth Services; Work, Economic Security and Social Inclusion; and Strategic Partnerships. She joined the Brotherhood in November 2018.
Tim Nayton manages the Brotherhood’s Aged Care division, which includes service and program delivery in residential, home and community care. He worked as a physiotherapist for over 15 years before changing career path to embark on numerous senior management and executive roles in health care, safety and aged care.
Shelley Mallett leads the research and policy work of the Brotherhood of St Laurence and has a joint position with the University of Melbourne as a Professorial Fellow of Social Policy. Her career has been diverse, spanning service delivery, service development, and training, as well as academic research and teaching.
Jonathan (Jonny) Lee has held the position of Chief Financial Officer since 2007. He has over 20 years’ experience in finance, having held key roles in the private, not-for-profit and professional service sectors. He qualified as a chartered accountant in Ireland, working at PriceWaterhouseCoopers (now PwC) in the audit and consultancy divisions.
Niamh O’Malley began leading the Shared Services division in September 2018. The Division includes People Services, IT, Volunteer Services, and Facilities and Assets. Niamh joined the Brotherhood in 2011 as a HR Consultant and was promoted to Senior Manager, Retail in 2012 and General Manager, Social Enterprises in 2015.
Rodney Weston founded the Brotherhood’s NDIS Local Area Coordination (LAC) service in North East Melbourne in 2016, which has since expanded to the North, South-East and West areas of Melbourne, and has more than 500 employees. Rodney joined the Brotherhood in 2011 and led a business transformation for the Social Enterprises division.