With over 25 years’ experience in Human and Community Services, Kerry is well positioned to successfully perform as Acting CEO, as well as maintain her role as Executive Director of Quality and Governance.
Kerry’s skills and professional knowledge stretch across Quality Assurance, Operational and Clinical Risk Management and Process Analysis to Strategic Planning, Project management and Community Engagement.
An exceptional leader, Kerry has navigated the business through organisational change and business improvements; she has a collaborative and collegiate approach to organisational development, believing everyone has a role to play in the sustainability and ongoing success of SensesWA.
On game days, you’ll either find Kerry in the stands or in front of the TV, cheering on her beloved West Coast Eagles, alongside her family and her biggest baby; fur child, 2 year old Kennedy, a 57 kilo Rottweiler.
A seasoned Executive with a financial and commercial background, Gautam holds significant experience in Disability, Health and Aged Care.
Expertly leading the finance and IT functions, Gautam also brings invaluable insight and perspective to the business from his many years in the not-for-profit sector and human services.
Well regarded across the organisation for his approachability and friendly approach to finance, he is committed to ensuring decision makers are financially literate and that the right systems are in place to ensure productivity, efficiency and positive user experience.
When he’s not crunching the numbers and sporting snappy suits, Gautam loves spending time with his wife and teenage children, supporting their various educational, sporting and recreational pursuits. He’s also a great cook and never fails to bring a plate of vegetarian goodness to a morning tea event!
With a career spanning over 30 years, dedicated to the delivery of high-quality services that assist people with disabilities, and their families, to live the lives they choose in the communities of their choice, Pam was most recently involved in the State implementation of the NDIS in Western Australia.
An experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in human services and government administration, Pam leads the operational teams responsible for Supported Independent Living, Independent Living Options and Community Access in a part-time capacity.
Her leadership qualities, breadth of knowledge of the Western Australian disability sector and varied experience in human services and government agencies bring vital skills to the SensesWA executive mix.
Pam has a BA Hons (Psychology), a Graduate Diploma in Special Education and is a Fellow of Leadership WA
As wife, mother of four and Grandma to 6 vivacious grandkids, Pam finds just enough time for aqua aerobics on a Tuesday morning and the occasional visit to the family farm.
Brendan started his career over 20 years ago as an operational manager in the Western Australian Football League and has been kicking career goals ever since. He has held many Executive roles with large national and international not-for-profits, including disability and youth services.
Working part-time, Brendan has operational carriage of the Allied Health arm of the business, leading therapy teams in metro, rural and regional settings.
Bringing commercial acumen, clinical knowledge and industry insights to the role, Brendan is a skilled change manager and data tactician, delivering evidence-based transformation in order to thrive in the NDIS landscape.
A busy family man, Brendan still manages to find time to follow his passion for lifelong learning and the occasional game of backyard footy.