Stephen Doley - CEO
Stephen brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise from the community services sector and has dedicated his career to having a positive impact on people with disability and shaping the sector through the provision of innovative solutions.
His professional experience has covered most areas of community services and he has held multiple executive positions in large not-for-profit organisations, both regionally and nationally.
Andrew Corbett - General Manager People, Culture and Safety
Andrew is a very experienced Human Resource Professional who prior to his recent appointment to Challenge has worked in the following Industries: Higher Education, Vocational Education; Airline, Financial Services and Telecommunications across Australia and Asia. He also ran his own successful HR Consultancy business for seven years. He holds the following tertiary qualifications: Master Change, Innovation and Leadership; Graduate Certificate Training and Development and Bachelor of Business (Public Administration) and is also a qualified Executive Coach and Mediator.
Julie May - State Manager Foster Care
Julie has over 25 years’ experience in education, leadership and human services. Her work, whilst varied, has always been guided by social justice principles. Julie prefers the notion of ‘socially just’ practice over ‘social welfare’ practice, believing that the notion of ‘welfare’ is entrenched in deficit thinking, systems dependency and stereotypes, and fails to celebrate the resiliency demonstrated by human kind.
Kylie Boyraz - General Manager Allied Health
Kylie has over 20 years’ experience in senior management and executive roles across local government and the non for profit sector.
Kylie’s passion is providing support and a level of healing to individuals and families who have experienced trauma or been impacted by a stressful experience; ultimately strengthening relationships.
Kylie spent 10 years living and working in Istanbul and more remote parts of Turkey and promotes cultural diversity and assisting our most vulnerable community members to access support and ensure they are receiving services that are inclusive and responsive to their needs.
Kylie’s education background includes a Bachelor of Social Science with a major in Habilitation, a post graduate in Family Dispute Resolution and a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment.