Chief Executive Officer
Sheree Limbrick  (July 2017)
BSocSc
(Family Studies), DipMan, DipProject Man

Sheree Limbrick commenced as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Professional Standards Ltd on 17 July 2017.

Sheree has more than 12 years’ experience in executive leadership roles in social services and has a wealth of experience in stakeholder engagement and management, quality assurance, strategic planning and policy development.

Sheree most recently worked with CatholicCare Melbourne for more than six years, as

deputy chief executive officer and prior to that as director of operations.  

Prior to moving to CatholicCare, Sheree worked for 16 years with Berry Street, a service provider for vulnerable children and families across Victoria, in a range of roles including director of statewide programs, during which time she established support services for Forgotten Australians.

                                                            

Director of Compliance (February 2018)
Tania Stegemann
MComm, FCA, CIA

Tania Stegemann has over 20 years’ experience in audit, compliance and risk and has held senior roles in government, public accounting and the corporate sector, spanning a variety of industries including banking, mining and construction.

Big 4 trained, Tania is both a Fellow Chartered Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor.  She has significant expertise in governance, risk management and the development of value adding assurance practices.

Tania was previously executive audit manager with

CIMIC Group Limited and prior to that worked in a variety of senior roles for Rio Tinto and BHP.  During her career, she has specialised in establishing risk and governance frameworks in complex and geographically dispersed organisations and has spent considerable time working in the emerging markets, including Asia and Africa.

                                                             

Director Communications and Media (September 2018)
Judith Tokley
BA (Journalism)

For the past 25 years Judith Tokley has worked in national peak bodies, including Catholic Health Australia, the Federal AMA, Catholic Social Services Australia and UnitingCare Australia, in communications and public policy advocacy roles.

From 2013-2018 she was director stakeholder relations with the now concluded Truth Justice and Healing Council which engaged with the Royal Commission into  Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse on behalf of the Catholic Church in Australia.

As part of that work she supported the consultation process which led to the establishment of Catholic Professional Standards Ltd, contributed to preparation for the Catholic Church’s final hearing and was part of a small team which wrote the TJHC’s final report and recommendations.

                                                            

Director Safeguarding (January 2019)
Daniele Donnini
GradCert Safeguarding Children and Young People, GradCert Research Methodology, BA (Theology), DipCommunity Services Work, DipMan

Daniele Donnini joined CPSL in January 2019 as the Director ofSafeguarding. Daniel has experience working with vulnerable children and families, delivering services to vulnerable people in both state government and NGO’s.

Daniele has extensive experience in senior management, program delivery, policy development and emergency services; with contextual safeguarding experience within the Catholic Church. Most recently Daniel was the professional standards and

safeguarding manager for a Catholic diocese, where for the last three years he lead the Professional Standards and Safeguarding Office, being responsible for building and nurturing a culture of safeguarding within the Diocese.

                                                            

Safeguarding Project Officer (March 2018)
Narelle McMahon
BEd, DipTeach, CertRE, Cert Corp Investigations

Narelle McMahon has worked professionally with children for more than 35 years, as an educator and child protection specialist.

For five years to 2012 Narelle worked as child protection officer for the Catholic Education Office in Sydney educating and supporting the school leadership of 150 schools on best practice in child safety; policy development; risk management and legislative compliance.

Since 2012 Narelle has held the role of National Protection and Prevention Officer with the National Committee for Professional Standards providing policy advice, support and education in child protection to Catholic Church leaders and their representatives across Australia.

Narelle has been the Catholic Church’s representative on the National Council of Churches’ Safe Church Network since 2012.

                                                            

Executive Assistant (August 2017)
Mandy Fielding 
DipManagement, DipTeach, Cert IV Training & Assessment

Mandy Fielding brings to CPSL over 20 years’ experience in executive support and administration in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.

Mandy most recently worked with McAuley Community Services for Women, an organisation dedicated to providing support and advocacy for women at risk of homelessness due to family violence and mental illness.

Mandy has been involved in a wide range of projects including the implementation of Child Safe Standards and reforms arising from the Royal Commission into

Family Violence. She is committed to creating positive change and improving the lives of those who are most vulnerable.

                                                            

Administration Assistant (October 2017)
Genevieve Lown 
MA Arts Management, BA

Genevieve is an artist and administrator who has recently joined the team at CPSL to assist with business administration.

She completed her Master of Arts (Arts Management) in 2015 and has since spent her time working and volunteering in the arts and non-profit sector.

Her work in the arts has led to an interest in policy and how it directly affects those who are vulnerable. Genevieve is passionate about making positive change in the world and closing the gaps between privileged and marginalised people in our society.

                                                            

 

 

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