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Governing Directors

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Michael Kiernan (B.Bus. Curtin University)
Extensive commercial and corporate background in positions as chairman and managing director with Australian and UK publicly listed companies, membership of Rotary International and the Anglican Church.
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Michelle Dunlop
Michelle founded Street Friends WA in 2007 and since that time has provided a hot meal, warm clothes, blankets and toiletries at no cost each Thursday evening in the Perth CBD come rain or shine.
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Tony Hagan (BEcon. and Grad Certificate Social Impact – University of Western Australia)
Tony is a social impact specialist with extensive senior management experience in the Not for Profit industry sector including VisAbility – Guide Dogs WA and working with the Centre for Social Impact (UWA). Skilled in strategic philanthropy and matching ideals with tangible actions and social change.
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Larissa Muir (B. Social Science Edith Cowan University)
Team Leader, UnitingCare West, Pathways Community Inclusion Program supporting those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to find safe, stable accommodation and support to access services as a way of reducing the risk of re-entering homelessness.
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Reverend Terry Pickersgill (Dip Theology, Clinical and Pastoral Education St Mark's College)
Anglican Priest, ordained at St Boniface Cathedral Bunbury and spent time in the Perth outer metro and country areas ministering. Amongst other duties he looks after the spiritual needs of those who have found themselves homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.


 Advisory Panel

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Tracy Mossman
Tracy spent 2 years living on the streets in the Perth CBD due to domestic violence and other issues.
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Jonathan Shapiera
Jonathan spent 2 ½ years living in his car with his son at Rockingham due to financial issues.