BA (Psych), Grad Dip Org Behav, M Bus, GAICD, CMAHRI, AFCHSE
Chief Executive Officer
Graeme Kelly was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of The Tipping Foundation in July 2012.
Graeme is an experienced, successful executive and director in organisations that make a significant social impact. The organisations include major health and emergency services as well as significant not for profit organisations in the disability, mental health and education sectors. These roles have had a strong emphasis on governance and executive leadership across many functions in environments that are adapting to disruptive change.
Graeme advocates for and manages change that increases impact and sustainability where it really matters. His Masters level business qualifications are complemented with a strong ongoing professional development commitment that has developed specialised knowledge and experience in these key leadership functions.
B Bus, MBA, Grad Dip Int and Comm Dev, FCPA
Chief Financial Officer
James has an extensive background in senior financial and corporate roles in the education, not for profit, health and commercial sectors. In many of his roles he has been a mentor and guide to the financial and business practices of the organisation to achieve better outcomes. James places an emphasis on the importance of working with people in order to ensure these successful results. He joined The Tipping Foundation in March 2012.
James is an FCPA and holds a Bachelor of Business specialising in Accounting, Masters of Business Administration specialising in Strategic Planning and a Graduate Diploma in International and Community Development.
James is actively involved as a volunteer with asylum seekers and with Nepal-based agencies.
BA, RN, Grad Dip B Mgt, Grad Dip Rehab Studies, M Public Policy and Mgt
General Manager Client Services
Jayne has extensive Executive and Non-Executive Director level experience in the Health, Aged and Disability sectors with a specific focus on transformation of services to deliver both organisational and customer outcomes.
With a background in health, community and hospital care, Jayne has a strong passion for creating quality programs that are informed by the experiences of consumers and carers.
Jayne has a Bachelor of Arts La Trobe University, Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management RMIT, Masters of Public Policy & Management Monash University, Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Counselling Lincoln Institute and RN Alfred Hospital.
B App Sci (Speech Path), Grad Dip HR Mgt and IR, Cert Bus
General Manager Human Resources
Jantine has been the Human Resource Manager for The Tipping Foundation since early 2010. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, in addition to a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Certificate in Business. Jantine is a Certified Professional of the Human Resources Institute of Australia.
She has worked in the not-for-profit sector for the past 15 years and prior to this she had international and local experience in human resources and business across a range of industries including health, aged care, insurance, telecommunications and entertainment.
Jantine leads the Human Resources team, which aims to provide services and initiatives that engage and connect with, invest in, grow and inspire our people, who are our greatest asset. She is currently deputy chair of the National Disability Services (NDS) Workforce Advisory Group, Victoria
Grad Dip e-Commerce, MEI
General Manager Community Relations
Jane’s brings to The Tipping Foundation a passion for building brands with a strong background in advertising, research and business development. She was Managing Director of Grey Advertising’s Melbourne and Canberra offices prior to joining us in 2013.
Jane has post graduate qualifications in e-commerce from Deakin University and a Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation from Swinburne University.
Until late 2015, Jane sat on the Board of Summer Foundation, was previously on the advertising advisory board at RMIT, the board of Alzheimer’s Victoria and the Australia Day Committee.