Ian Darbyshire was appointed CEO of FNPW in 2016. He is responsible for the implementation of the organisation's short and long term strategic plans, as well as its day to day operations.
Prior to joining FNPW, Ian held CEO roles with Rundle Mall Management Authority, South Australian Tourism, and Toop and Toop. Ian also continues to act as Chair for the Goolwa Tourism Precinct and the Murraylands Tourism Partnership.
Kathy Creary joined the Foundation in 2008. Kathy is primarily responsible for donor database maintenance, donor care, receipting, banking and administration. Kathy's background is in Advertising, Commercial Photography and Customer Service.
Odessa’s experience includes over 18 years in the not-for-profit sector focussing on building corporate relations and partnerships, employee engagement and volunteering programs and creating corporate community partnerships. Odessa looks forward to developing and growing our Corporate Partnership Program and engaging our supporters in our range of iconic projects.
Charles joined the Foundation as Marketing Manager in April 2017. He has extensive marketing and brand management experience, both in Australia and overseas. Prior to working with FNPW, Charles was General Manager, Marketing and Communications at well-known NFP organisation Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Jennie Morgan joined the Foundation in October 2014. Jennie assists with the Foundation’s grant programs on a contract basis, 4 days a week. Jennie has a Bachelor of Science (Advanced Biology), and her background is in Environmental Education—teaching the compulsory fieldwork component of the New South Wales school syllabus. Jennie has also worked as a professional ecologist, conducting environmental impact surveys.
Rubens Delfino joined the Foundation in mid 2012, as the Project Manager for the Voluntary Heritage Estates Land Project which purchases land for addition to Jervis Bay National Park. Rubens is a Property Consultant with a background in Law and Property Development.
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