Remberto is the Chief Financial Officer at ACSO Australia. He has more than 25 years’ experience working in the banking and not-for-profit sectors including The Salvation Army, Connections UnitingCare and Bairnsdale Regional Health Service. Remberto has a Bachelor in Economics (Honours), Graduate Diploma in Business (Accounting), Graduate Diploma in Aged Care Management and a Master of Business Administration from Deakin University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant. Remberto has a special interest in not-for-profit governance and previously served on the Boards of Neami National and the Children’s Protection Society.
Remberto is a member of the Finance, Audit and Risk Management Sub-Committee.
Kirsten is CEO of Breast Cancer Network Australia, she has expertise in management, marketing and communications having also held senior roles at Cancer Council Victoria and working with some of Australia’s leading organisations and companies. Kirsten is passionate about delivering quality services and is has made a significant contribution to the Not-For-profit sectors through paid and voluntary work.
Shane is Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Responsible Gambling foundation, having commenced in the role in March 2019.
Shane has held executive positions in the non-government, government and private sectors. He has performed a variety of senior roles in the Victorian Government focused on affordable housing, transport metropolitan planning, industry and trade (2000-2010). Prior to returning to the Victorian Government in 2019, Shane was Global Head of Sustainable Development with ANZ Banking Group (2010-2012); CEO of Early Learning Association Australia [ELAA] (2013-2017); and a Member of the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal (2017-2019).
Shane is also experienced in governance, serving as a member of the Advisory Board of Deakin University’s Master of Public Policy Program (2011-2016); Vice-President of ELAA (2011-2013) and a member of the Finance and Executive sub-committees; and joining the Board of the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture (Foundation House) in 2020.
Shane has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from Monash University and a Diploma in Migration Law from Victoria University. He is a graduate of the Victorian Leadership Development Centre and a Williamson Fellow of Leadership Victoria (2007).
Travers is Executive Director of the Brotherhood of St. Laurence (BSL), a social justice organisation that works to prevent and alleviate poverty across Australia. Prior to this role, he was CEO of the Centre for Policy Development, an independent Australian policy institute, for eight years. Travers began his career in public law, working for the State Solicitor’s Office in Western Australia and for Justice Michael Kirby in the High Court of Australia. He holds a DPhil and MPhil (Dist) in International Relations from Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes scholar and was a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations. He worked as a Policy Adviser for the Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford, playing a lead role in the 2013 report Now for the Long Term.
Travers’ first book, Rule of Law in War, was published by Oxford University Press in 2015. He remains an Associate of the Oxford Martin School and holds adjunct positions at the University of Melbourne and the University of Western Australia. He is a board member of the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture. Travers is married to a Kiwi, and they have two young daughters. He grew up in Exmouth and Perth and remains devoted to the West Coast Eagles.
Muhammad Akram is a senior tax analyst working in Global Employer Services at Deloitte Australia. He is a Chartered Accountant and a full member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ). He holds a Graduate Diploma in Chartered Accounting from CA ANZ and a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting & Corporate Finance from the University of Adelaide. He is currently studying the Master of Tax program at the University of Melbourne. He previously worked at PwC Australia between 2017 to 2022 and at Multicultural Australia between 2013 to 2017.
Akram is from the Hazara people and he is a refugee from Pakistan. He is very passionate about social justice and human rights. He brings to the board his perspective and lived experience of forced migration and seeking refuge in another country. He is also serving as a Board member and Treasurer of Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service (STTARS) a not-for-profit organisation based in Adelaide.
James has wide ranging board and executive background. He brings regional community development; social employment; government policy and service delivery (State and Federal); strategy; and finance experience.
His current and former roles include Board Member Social Traders; Board Member Foundation for Regional and Rural Renewal; former CEO Regional Development Victoria; former First Assistant Secretary Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet; ANZ Bank; and McKinsey & Company.
Dr Gillian Singleton
Gill is a GP who has been providing care to refugees and people seeking asylum for over 15 years. She holds a Masters of Public Health, is the former medical director of the Cabrini Asylum Seeker and Refugee Health Hub, and is the CEO of In2health, a purpose-led digital health company that strives to save lives through prevention.
Gill is passionate about prevention, social justice, trauma-informed and culturally safe care, and has been involved in medical education, guideline and standards development and provision of advice to the Federal Government on immigration detention and migration health for many years. Gill was an active member of the Victorian Refugee Health Network executive until August 2022.