Mr Stuart McIntyre (BSc Physics, Graduate Dip Accounting and CPA) was introduced to the organisation through his association with the Rotary Club of Brighton where he has held positions of Director and Treasurer. Prior to retirement he held management positions within the mining industry specialising in Acquisition and Divestments as well as Corporate Planning. As well as the position of President and former Treasurer of BayCISS, Stuart is also a Director of a Bayside NFP aged care provider. He is married with two adult sons and enjoys sailing and travel.
Mr Mark Henricks applied to join the Committee of Management as Treasurer following an extensive background in finance and volunteering. Currently employed as Company Secretary for Consolidated Chemicals, Mark has previously worked with a number of organisations as the Finance Manager or Financial Controller, as well as volunteering with Barwon Community Legal Service as a Migration Lawyer. A member of the Victorian Law Society and CPA Australia, Mark also finds time to assist with the Old Mentonians Basketball Club as Secretary, is VP of Old Mentonians Association, is a member of the Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club and a member of Hartwell Motor Cycle Club.
Ms Lyn Rowe joined the BayCISS team in 2018 as a Community Information Volunteer following over 38 years’ experience as a National Sales Manager with Meyer Cookware. Lyn has a keen interest in people and utilising the skills she acquired during her time in sales along with her Life Coach training to provide positive outcomes for people. Currently semi-retired she enjoys the freedom of house sitting, consulting and volunteering whilst planning her next travel escapade.
Mr Rowland Hassall (B.Juris., LL.B. Monash) has been a member of the BayCISS Committee since 2010 however has been volunteering his time to assist others through our Legal Advice Service since 2004! Rowland has extensive experience in many areas of law including family law, debt recovery, commercial and general litigation, however has a main focus around building and construction law. He is currently serves on the Highett Community Bank Board of Directors and was previously Chairperson for the Housing Guarantee Fund Limited, and has been an active member of the Housing Industry Association since 1996.
Ms Karyn Doyle joined BayCISS in October 2017 after relocating from Ballarat. With over 25 years’ experience working in the Community Services and Health industries, she has previously worked with United Way Ballarat and the Ballarat Foundation – an Australian arm of the International United Way World Wide – community based philanthropic organisation promoting giving, advocacy and volunteering in local communities. Through her work with Ballarat Health Services and following completion of her MBA, Karyn moved to managing Direct2Care, an information and support service for the disability and aged sector before it’s replacement with the ‘My Aged Care’ website. Karyn also has an extensive sporting background founding the Eureka Netball Club in 1981, representing her region as a player, coach and umpire before retiring in 2009.
Ms Bonnie Harris volunteers with the Castlefield Community Centre, is a member of the Centre’s Community Reference Group and has been a member of the BayCISS Committee since 2017. Bonnie has extensive experience within the Human Resources and Education fields, working as a CAE instructor, secondary teacher and technical trainer, before specialising in Human Resources.
Mr Ryan Baxter is currently employed as a policy analyst with the Federal Government, and has expressed an interest in expanding his knowledge of the Community Service sector and Governance. Ryan qualified with Honours (Economics) from University of Melbourne in 2015, following the completion of a Bachelor of Commerce in 2013. During 2014, Ryan spent time in Peru as a volunteer, assisting with fundraising and event management, creating lesson plans and teaching English to primary school students.
Ms Deb Carveth joined BayCISS as a Community Information Volunteer in 2018. Deb works for Community Music Victoria where she is the Volunteer and Communications Coordinator and online editor. She gained extensive volunteer experience following her move from the UK where she obtained qualifications in Arts Management and History of Art and Design. Deb also enjoys playing the accordion, singing, running, cycling, reading and coffee, and is currently studying her Masters of Counselling at Swinburne.
Mrs Sue Swanell Married with two sons and four grandchildren, have lived in Sandringham forever. Have been a Committee member at various schools and sporting clubs.
Spent Twenty years as Sales Manager in the Fashion Industry.
As well as Volunteering at Bayciss , plays golf and bridge and supports the Collingwood Football club.
Ms Suzanne Daley worked in hospitality and travel before becoming a member of the Victoria Police for 12 years. From there she moved across to Protective Services Unit providing security at the CBD law courts precinct and Parliament House. She also spent three years as a trainer, upskilling members of the Unit and instructing recruit PSO’s at the Police Academy. Through her work with Victoria Police, Suzie developed a desire to constructively assist those in the community at risk, experiencing homelessness or with mental health issues. Now working as a Security Adviser for the Department of Parliamentary Services, Suzie provides security advice and assistance to State MPs, electorate staff and the Parliamentary precinct. Widely travelled with six years spent in USA and Asia, Suzie settled back into the Bayside area in 2000.
Mr Arthur Hubbard is a past Associate of the New Zealand Society of Accountants and has work experiences including Company Director and Consultant of Kumul Hotels, Director for Lasallian Foundation and Project Management with the ANZ bank. He has enjoyed placements in Tonga and Papua New Guinea as CEO, COO and CFO and is currently involved with Rotary Club of Brighton. Arthur is a strong advocate for volunteering and has worked tirelessly for many projects within the Asia Pacific region.
Ms Glenda Harkin is a finance professional with over 18 years’ experience in Financial Management predominantly within the retail industry. Working for such organisations as Forever New & PAS Group, she is currently employed as the CFO & Company Secretary Aquila, an Australian men’s brand. Glenda hails from Ireland with qualifications in Leadership and Change Management to complement her accounting credentials.