Ms Tracy Adams (Chair)
Tracy has extensive leadership and management experience, including more than 30 years’ experience, with yourtown, one of Australia’s largest charitable organisations providing support to tens of thousands young people each year.
During her time as CEO she has overseen a number of significant projects including a name and brand change, expansion of operations nationally, development of advocacy and research projects related to social issues impacting children and young people and achieved year on year growth in revenue.
Tracy is a graduate of the Harvard Business School General Management Program and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM). She holds a number of Board positions in the for profit and not for profit space and is an active member of the Lasallian Community within the District as well as at Institute level.
Mr Arthur Hubbard (Secretary)
Arthur has had extensive leadership, project management, consulting and financial experience gained in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands during his working career.
He has under taken professional roles which include, four years as Chairman of Kumul Hotels Ltd and senior roles with Australia and New Zealand Banking Corp Ltd mainly in Finance and Operations, and at locations including Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Kingdom of Tonga.
He has been a member of Rotary since 1992, with roles including that of Treasurer, President and Secretary. This is in addition to a two-year role as Treasurer of Rotary District 9800. Currently he is also Chairman of Bay CISS. Bay CISS, a registered not-for-profit community charity providing an extensive range of services for community members living in the Bayside and parts of Kingston.
Br John Pill FSC
Br John is an experienced educator. He has been a De La Salle Brother for 52 years and has spent the majority of his working life as a teacher and school administrator and more recently, four years at yourtown.. When he moved from active ministry in school, Br John became the Director of Mission for the District of ANZPPNG with responsibility for the establishment of new governance structures and forms of Association within the Australian and New Zealand Lasallian school and welfare network. He subsequently spent four years working out of the Brothers Regional Office in Singapore developing and delivering formation programs for Brothers and staff in some seven countries of the Region. He was a member of the former Lasallian Formation Board.
Br Al Sherry FMS (Awaiting Confirmation)
Consultant in International Development and Funding for Mission.
Allen is a member of the Marist Brothers Province of Australia with missions in five countries of Melanesia, Timor Leste and Cambodia.
Prior to this he was foundation Executive Director of Marist Brothers International Solidarity Bureau (BIS) in Rome (8 years) and foundation director of Marist Solidarity Office (MSO Melbourne 7 years).
Allen is experienced in conducting international workshops for NGO personnel on the project cycle, fund searching, communications and marketing. He has offered these in several countries including Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Thailand, the Pacific Islands and Australia.
Allen is currently a member of several boards of INGOs.
He is also a member of the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee and the Strategic Planning Group of the Mary Ward International Foundation Australia, the Finance, Audit and Governance Committee of GSIF and the Investment Advisory Committee of the Marist Fathers International Mission Office.
Mr Andrew Madden
Andrew is an experienced and successful business executive with an extensive background in Technology Media, Telecommunications and Investment Banking, working in Australasia, Asia and North America.
Andrew has considerable leadership experience in the execution of large scale, large value technology transformation projects working as a senior executive with some of Australia’s innovative companies such as Macquarie Bank and Telstra.
Andrew’s commercial and transformation project experience spans two decades, affording him a broad range of transformation, commercial, negotiation, analytical, financial, risk management, and leadership skills.
Mr Angelo Spadavecchia (Awaiting Confirmation)
Angelo Spadavecchia began his Lasallian journey from his primary school years, educated by the De La Salle Brothers at St Michael’s College Adelaide and serving as College Captain in 1999. After completing his secondary education, Angelo volunteered to establish Lasallian Youth Ministry in Adelaide and taught at Mulan Indigenous Community Catholic School, Western Australia. Angelo holds university degrees in both Theology and Education.
Angelo was based for some years in Rome, firstly as an intern at the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Vatican City. He later worked in Rome at the De La Salle Brothers Generalate assisting the Lasallian Solidarity and Development Secretariat.
In January 2021, Angelo returned from Rome to his educational position at St. Michael’s College and was pleased to return ‘home’ to Adelaide and continue his work in support of the Lasallian mission and the ANZPPNG District.