MEET OUR TEAM
Tania McCurleyExecutive Director
Tania is the Executive Director of Sector Connect and has 16 years of experience working in the Not for Profit Sector. Tania has worked in youth, family support, mental health, carer education, disability, community development, policy, program development, management, operations and strategic business development. Tania has a special interest in sector capacity building particularly in the areas of Governance and policy.
Jeanne DuffyFamilies NSW & Networking Project Officer
Networks are an invaluable opportunity to spread the word about your projects and services, share ideas, find out about activities others are involved in, advertise an upcoming event or gather support for an advocacy issue. email@example.com
Maria McNuffVolunteer Coordinator
I was a workplace trainer, initially with Telstra, then as a teacher at TAFE and finally as an owner operator of a small training organisation. From there I moved into the community services field, firstly with St Vincent de Paul Society where I had a role which was predominantly training volunteers, and then with the Sisters of Charity Outreach where I was the volunteer coordinator for over 8 years. I have a Bachelor of Arts and several certificates including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and Certificate IV in Frontline Management.
Faye Clark:Communication Officer
Faye is the first point of contact regarding anything to do with membership, subscription, website inquiries, and information share. Faye also provides all our communique through our extensive networks and subscribers. You may see Faye at local community events. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan GoodallResearch Assistant
Jonathan is the research assistant at Sector Connect, he holds a BA with a major in politics as well as an honours degree and diploma of languages in Chinese from Macquarie University and post graduate work at Sydney University in Cultural studies. He has a special interest in culturally and linguistically diverse programs and multiculturalism.