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+ BRANDON HOWARD
Chief Executive Officer
Brandon joined the Anglicare team in February 2023, having previously held senior finance and operational leadership roles across public and private health and the community services sectors. Prior to commencing with Anglicare, Brandon was the Executive General Manager of Community & Pathways at genU, a national organisation that provides services across disability, employment, training, aged and early learning.
Brandon is passionate about partnering with Anglicare’s Board, Staff and Volunteers in building on its strong legacy and mission. Brandon has a passion for building an empowering and engaging culture that is committed to making a lasting difference in supporting and empowering individuals, families and the communities in which we serve.
+ REV SARAH PLUMMER
REV SARAH PLUMMER
Director, Mission and Culture
As Executive for mission & culture, Sarah facilitates the Christian Integrity and transformational culture of Anglicare’s Strategy. Sarah brings experience in strategy, transformation, education, partnership and community development.
She has been in executive & international leadership roles since 2009 and worked in the non for profit sector for over 30 years. She holds a Bachelor of Education, a Bachelor of Divinity and a Masters in Transformational Development. Sarah serves on the International Council of Directors for the Lausanne Movement. The Synod for the Anglican Diocese of Canberra Goulburn and a director and board member of St Paul’s Grammar School. She also serves on the Human Research Ethics Committee. Sarah loves spending time with her husband and two daughters and attends Windsor Baptist Church Sunday mornings and Gungahlin Anglican Church in Canberra, Sunday Evenings.
+ TRACEY HALL
Executive Manager, Children and Families
Tracey joined the Anglicare team in late 2022 and brings over 20 years in executive roles in the community sector across multiple jurisdictions, providing services for vulnerable children, young people and families.
Tracey’s expertise spans a diverse range of community services and government reforms including disability, early intervention, mental health, family preservation and statutory services (OOHC).
Tracey is known for building strong, effective relationships with key stakeholders and has served on numerous boards and committees across NSW and the ACT. Tracey is deeply committed to improving the lives of those less fortunate and developing the service sector to better meet the needs of the community. Tracey is currently serving as a Director on the ACTCOSS board.
+ PAUL BRAND
Chief Finance Officer
Paul has significant experience as an accountant across a range of not-for-profit and government sector entities including Health, Education, Science Research, Insurance and Community Services.
Paul has professional qualifications in Accounting, Information Systems, Project Management and is a CPA. As Chief Finance Officer he has a particular interest in building strong financially sustainable organisations that have the resources and freedom to fulfil their mission.
+ EMILY PURVIS
Executive Governance Officer
Emily is the Executive with responsibility for management and leadership of Anglicare’s internal and Board governance including internal audit and policy functions.
Emily joined Anglicare in 2015 as the Volunteers Manager, with responsibility for volunteers across the organisation and the management of key volunteer run programs, such as Anglicare’s Emergency Relief assistance program and the Disaster Recovery Program. In 2017, she assumed the role of Governance and Legal Manager with responsibility for internal governance and support for the Anglicare Board.
Prior to joining Anglicare, Emily spent over 17 years in the Commonwealth Public Service, including in the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Finance, Communications and Environment portfolios providing advice on a range of policy and program issues.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws, Graduate Diploma of Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies (Hons), Masters of Science, a Graduate Certificate in Management and a Certificate in Not-for-Profit Governance. She is a Member of the Governance Institute of Australia and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Company Director’s Course.