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Board and CEO

Board Estelle Fyffe

Estelle Fyffe || CEO

Estelle Fyffe is the Chief Executive Officer of annecto and has worked across a range of community, health and education settings. She holds post-graduate qualifications in psychology and management, with particular interest in Innovation and Human Systems. She is an active member of the Victorian State Committee for National Disability Services, and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, the Australian Institute of Human Resources Institute, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.



Board Ross Joyce

Ross Joyce || President 

Ross has substantial experience across a number of diverse sectors and environments ranging from NFP’s, Government, SME’s (small to medium enterprises) covering member, services, business as well as community business areas delivering strategic results. He has operated at Board/CEO/Executive Management levels, sometimes concurrently, within these complex sectors and in substantial change management environments.



Board Michael Johns

Michael Johns || Vice President

Michael is a partner in the insolvency and restructuring team at Maddocks Lawyers and has broad legal experience in banking, financial services, insolvency and general commercial issues. His practice focuses on restructuring and insolvency (including commercial advice and conducting insolvency and securities enforcement litigation). He has undertaken secondments with ANZ Corporate Portfolio Management and ANZ Lending Services (Institutional). Michael is also responsible for Maddocks’ Securities, Managed Investments and Financial Services team.




Board Jennifer Burrows

Jennifer Burrows || Chair, Culture Committee (people, practice and innovation)

Jennifer has a range of professional experience in industry training and change management, and is working with Melbourne Polytechnic providing higher education academic development. She has postgraduate qualifications in both Change Management and Organisational Analysis and Leadership. Jennifer is a member of Group Relations Australia and the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations.



Board Kirsten Mann

Kirsten Mann

Kirsten is Vice President, Product and Experience at Oracle Construction & Engineering, Global Business Unit. Kirsten helps organisations become customer and people-focused, creating product and service experiences which meet real needs and achieve commercial outcomes. Kirsten has spent more than 25 years in the tech industry, focusing on the disciplines of product management, user experience, customer experience and product development. Throughout this time, she’s collaborated with executive teams to drive business and people-centered processes through organisations.



MNazzari BoardMember

Michael Nazzari | Treasurer

Michael is the immediate past Chair of a charitable not for profit organisation and is now a Consultant for strategic development in the sector. Previously he was General Manager for Victoria and Tasmania with the Institute of Chartered Accountants and held senior positions with the Victorian Institute of Secondary Education and other educational organisations.

His areas of expertise include marketing, governance, risk management and fundraising. He is a Certified Association Executive member of the American Society of Association Executives. He was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2016 for his considerable honorary work in the business, education and not for profit sectors with which he was associated.


Board Uncle Lyall Dennison

Uncle Lyall Dennison || Cultural Advisor to the Board

Uncle Lyall is a Kamilaroi man, born in Moree and raised on a mission. He is now retired from the NSW public service after spending his working life on wide ranging projects involving Aboriginal communities throughout New South Wales such as drug/alcohol and housing programmes; anti-discrimination and employment in police/corrective services and community services.

Lyall is a board member of Babana Aboriginal Men’s Group and Wyanga Aboriginal Aged Care Service, and in 2016 he was an ambassador for New South Wales Seniors Week. He is deeply committed to improving the lives of disadvantaged Aboriginal people.







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