We're searching for a new director to join our RMCC Board...Is it you?
If you are passionate about empowering kids from refugee and migrant backgrounds, contributing to the culture of RMCC and are committed and excited to play a part in the growth of RMCC, take a look at the Position Description and apply today!
Mark Burton - Director
Mark Burton is a Certified Practising Accountant and has over 20 years experience providing strategic and commercial advice to businesses and not-for-profit organisations. Recently Mark made the career change from being a Director at Pitcher Partners, to establishing his own commercial consultancy venture. Over the past 4 years, Mark has been actively involved in providing settlement support and services to the Sudanese community.
Tanveer Siddiqui - Director
Tanveer Siddiqui is currently the Head of Technology at Infoxchange, which is a not-for-profit social enterprise that tackles social challenges through the use of technology. He has over 15 years of experience working in both the not-for-profit and private sectors, including the UN World Food Programme, Fairfax Media and AFL Players’ Association. As a migrant himself, Tanveer understands the challenges of arriving in a foreign country and adapting to a new society. He strongly believes in employing a collaborative and holistic approach to addressing the myriad of difficulties faced by kids from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
Bobby Allen - Director
Bobby Allen is RMCC's Co-Founder & Head of Operations and has been part of the organisation's journey since its humble beginnings in 2012. Bobby has a background in audio-engineering and over 10 years experience working with special needs and homeless children and youth. Bobby has led the development of RMCC's programs, and works closely with our kids and partnering organisations to ensure RMCC's programs are continuously adaptive to the current needs RMCC exists to meet.
Alice Wojcik - Director
Alice Wojcik is the CEO & Founder of RMCC. Alice has a background in mathematics and financial planning, having worked in the banking and risk sector. Alice's passion, however, lies with creating opportunities for vulnerable children, allowing them to succeed no matter what their background or circumstances, a cause she has dedicated herself to for more than 10 years.
RMCC Corporate Ambassadors
Manager, Community Learning IAG Foundation at IAG
Michelle Fisher is the Manager of the Community Learning IAG Foundation where she puts her 20 years’ industry experience to work, providing creative learning and development opportunities to engage charity partners and exercise her personal commitment to adding value. This commitment extends to Michelle’s personal life, as she has taken on the role of Club President for Rotary International’s FY2019. Michelle sees it as a personal challenge to create opportunities for development that embrace diversity and create a sense of belonging.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at IAG
Peter Harmer is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of IAG. Prior to this role, Peter held a number of senior positions with IAG, Aon Limited UK, and Aon’s Australian operations. Peter has completed the Harvard Advanced Management Program and, with 40 years of experience in the insurance industry, loves to create opportunities for people to bring out the best in themselves.
Executive Director, Public Affairs and Communications at Monash Health
Louise Kanis is the Executive Director, Public Affairs and Communications for Monash Health. With a 25–year career in communications and corporate affairs, Louise has complemented her professional work with service as a director for a charitable foundation and as a Council member for a Melbourne girls’ school. Louise’s life experience as the child of migrant parents has given her a passion for connecting and conversing across languages and cultures.
Associate Partner – A/NZ Customer & Design Practice Lead at IBM iX, Founder of Thrive
Rebekah Taka is an Associate Partner with IBM iX, co-leading their Australia/New Zealand Customer Strategy and Design practice. Rebekah also founded and runs Thrive, a not-for-profit that equips women to achieve and be successful in leadership and start-ups. Rebekah’s empathetic and engaging approach to business helps her to equip people to respond to change and connect them to opportunities for further growth and development.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at RACV
Neil Taylor is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of RACV. Neil has over 25 years of experience in the corporate sector as CEO of Greyhound Australia and various senior management roles across a range of industries and countries. An avid traveller, Neil has completed courses at Wharton and Harvard Business Schools and believes in the need for businesses and people to evolve with the changing needs and demographics of their communities.