IMPACT100 SA MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:
Geoff Day (Chair Person)
Geoff is chairman of the Day Family Foundation and is strongly committed to improving the education of disadvantaged students. Geoff is an active member of Philanthropy Australia and received an OAM medal for services to the community.
Julia Steele Scott (Treasurer)
Julia is the State Manager, SA & WA, for Philanthropy Australia, working to grow giving in South Australia and Western Australia. She has a strong commercial acumen and a background in the not-for profit, health and finance sectors. Julia is passionate about encouraging philanthropy and enabling people to make the most of their charitable giving,
Paul Madden (Secretary & Public Officer)
Paul has a background in the community and philanthropic sectors and received an AM in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honors. Paul Madden is Chief Executive of The Wyatt Trust and Chair of both World Relief Australia and the Social Impact Investment Network SA. As co-founder and voluntary Executive Officer of Bright Futures Child Aid & Development Fund Australia he continues to be involved in international development projects in India, Kenya, Pakistan and Uganda. An interest in the emergent field of social impact investment led to him co-founding of the Social Impact Investment Network SA (SIINSA).
Kathryn House (Committee Member)
Kathryn is an educator with a passion for working to provide opportunities for all people to fully participate and thrive in our community, without disadvantage. Kathryn supports several charities and is on the Board of the Roger Rasheed Sports Foundation and was previously Chair of the Catherine House Trust. Kathryn also has a background in aged care, fundraising and association management and is particularly interested in finding solutions to ending homelessness and disadvantage in our community.
James Boyd (Board Consultant)
James is the WA & SA State Manager of Creative Partnerships Australia. He is a graduate of the Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders in the Arts, Stanford University, and holds a Graduate Certificate of Social Impact from UWA. In 2011 he researched the growing phenomenon of collaborative giving in the USA and on returning to Australia, helped to start Impact100 WA, the first Impact100 group outside the USA.
Philip Rundle (Committee Member & Chair Memberships)
Philip is Managing Director at Tavistock Property, a company advising clients on commercial property and transaction management issues. In addition he is on the board of Southern Cross Care (SCC), Chair of the SCC property committee, and board member ICAM APP #1, who are the 50% owner of Westpac House. Philip also undertakes various volunteer roles with Hutt St Foundation, Cancer Council of SA, St Vincent de Paul society and the Catholic church diocesan finance council property committee.
Stacey Thomas (Committee Member & Chair Grants)
Stacey is currently the CEO of the Fay Fuller Foundation having previously held roles with the Myer Family Company, Telstra Foundation and The Trust Company. As well as Impact100 SA other voluntary roles include Director of The Australian Centre for Social Innovation and Board Member of Time for Kids.
Rachael McEvoy (Committee Member)
Rachael is an Executive Administrator and Office Manager at Jaquillard Minns, a Chartered Accounting practice with a strong focus on philanthropy. Through her role she was introduced to Impact100 and the simple concept of collective giving. Rachael is passionate about helping children from all socio-economic backgrounds to have every opportunity to live full happy lives.
Allison Kane (Committee Member & Chair Events)
Allison is a communications professional currently working in the Local Government sector. With a background in arts marketing, Allison has also dedicated herself to various philanthropic projects and boards, and is passionate about encouraging other to do the same. She has a keen interest in creating development opportunities for young people and prioritising mental health.
Justine Crawford (Committee Member & Chair Marketing & PR)
Justine has a strong commercial acumen and a background in Internet and Telecommunications and has worked in Sydney, London and Melbourne. Educated in Adelaide, Justine is passionate about trying to help our communities become better places in which to live. She has a special interest in disadvantaged youth and prevention rather than cure.