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Impact is not ONE person. The great outcomes we have achieved over the years are a result of the dedication, commitment and hard work of everyone who has been involved, from Therapeutic Care Workers to Senior Management, via the admin staff and maintenance team.

 

At Impact, we ALL share the responsibility for child safety.

 

Here are some of the people currently involved:

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Patrick Gosselin

CEO

As CEO and

founder of the Impact Group

since 2002, my focus remains on

social justice. We must improve the lives

of those facing difficult circumstances.

Through Impact, we aim to bring love, safety,

and opportunities to disabled youth and adults. Additionally, I am dedicated to promoting inclusion and equity for the LGBTIQA+ community, addressing their abuse and over-representation

in homelessness and drug abuse.

 

Impact is committed to

taking action

Patrick Gosselin

CEO

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Domara Kertabani

Operations Manager

I joined Impact

in late 2011, starting as a

youth worker and becoming

Operations Manager in early 2022.

With a Bachelor of Policing, I'm dedicated to creating positive changes and supporting community needs. My focus is on engaging with complex communities, crafting tailored therapeutic environments, and improving quality of life. I take a holistic approach, addressing social issues with evidence-based initiatives. Aligning personal ethics with professional

values, I advocate for groups with

unique and complex

needs.

Domara Kertabani

Operations Manager

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Ash Jot  CA, FCCA, BSc (Hons)

Finance Manager

With over 15 years

of finance leadership experience

across industries, I bring expertise in

financial strategy, management,

accounting, compliance, and risk in national

and international settings. As a trained and qualified accountant in Audit and Corporate Finance (CA and ACCA qualifications), I complement my extensive experience.

As head of finance at ICS, my team and I oversee financial matters, ensuring sustainability and compliance.

Our dedication contributes to the

organisation's success and financial

objectives.

Ash Jot - CA, FCCA, BSc (Hons)

Finance Manager

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Rennae Lange

Client Services Manager

As Impact's Client

Services Manager with a

background in Community Services

and Disabilities, I joined in 2018, bringing experience in direct care and management

within NDIS and OoHC sectors. My role involves overseeing Team Leaders and programs, supporting daily operations, and mentoring staff. As a dedicated advocate for vulnerable children and families, I create personalized care plans, collaborative support, and ensure access to essential services and opportunities. Making a positive impact is my driving force,

enriching the lives of those

in need.

Rennae Lange

Client Services Manager

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Nikhil Tewari

Talent acquisition

HR Assistant

As Impact's

talent acquisition manager,

with degrees from the University of

Sydney and two years of experience here,

I play a crucial role in identifying, attracting,

and retaining top talent. My aim is to ensure a seamless hiring process and strengthen Impact's position as an employer of choice. I thrive in our fast-paced environment and value deep connections, and I hope you will too.

 

Join us in shaping our future and driving

our organisation to

new heights.

Talent acquisition

HR Assistant

Emma
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Emma Kelly

Reporting and compliance

Working with young

people and individuals with

disabilities has been my passion since

childhood.

At Impact since 2015,

I've held various roles to expand my expertise. My nurturing, patient, and caring personality is vital in supporting those with complex needs. I prioritise making clients and participants feel valued, safe, and respected while helping them develop capacity skills and self-esteem.

Encouraging relationship-building

abilities is crucial for them to reach

their goals.

 

Emma Kelly

Reporting and Compliance

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Jessica Moylan

Office Manager  (temp.)

As a long-standing

Impact employee in

OoHC and NDIS programs, I'm

thrilled to temporarily take on an admin role

as I prepare to welcome my third child.

My experience includes working as a Child Protection Caseworker with DCJ and holding certifications in Alcohol and other Drugs, Mental Health, and Community and Human Services.

I have a deep passion for supporting

vulnerable individuals, striving to make

a positive impact on their lives,

regardless of scale.

Jessica Moylan

Office Manager (temp.)

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