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Lorrayne started 2 Rivers in 2014 and is a hands on Managing Director working at every level in the company. Lorrayne has built a strong and skilled team allowing community greater access to this niche service.
Lorrayne has a strong history of working in communities establishing their needs and wants then being able to convert this into successful outcomes.
Lorrayne has more then 10 years community development experience and an excellent name for producing strong project outcomes which lead demand that encouraged her to open 2 Rivers.
Some of her qualifications include:
- Diploma in Business (majoring in Real Estate)
- Certificate 4 in Workplace Health and Safety
- Currently studying Diploma in Project Management through UNE
Yvette is the newest member to join our team and her role is to bring organisation and calm to our small business. Yvette has completed Certificate 3 in Business Administration and also brings a certain level of knowledge of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act having worked for Ashford LALC as an Administration Assistant.
Yvette is responsible for scheduling for the MD, general administration, supporting other team members and thinking on our behalf.
Yvette was born and raised in Ashford, she is a mother of 2 kids and she works a massive four jobs!
Despite her busy work and home life Yvette is very community orientated. Along side her Husband they have organised fundraisers for local families in need, community groups and she is also the Secretary of the local Pony Club.
Submission Writer & ANYTHING/EVERYTHING
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Ros has been with the team since 2 Rivers started. Ros is an experienced submission writer who specializes in community-focused projects. Her successful grants have allowed delivery of carving workshops, weaving workshops, environmental projects and crime prevention programs. Ros has a high conversion rate for grants which has resulted in many projects being delivered throughout community.
Ros has made her role with 2 Rivers vast and varied. She is also a experienced caterer and florist. She extends her role to ensure our success through being our research assistant, clothes washer and ironer, delivery driver, you name it, she does it!
Ros is a mother of 3, grandmother of 4 and is based out of our Tamworth office.
Submission Writer & Project Manager
Connie’s focus is on enhancing community outcomes.
Connie has a Bachelor of Social Science (Social Welfare) and has worked in a variety of areas including child protection, community health and community development.
During her time at HNEAH as a project officer and in management she gained a strong understanding and passion for primary health care issues including childhood obesity and inactivity.
Connie has facilitated a number of programs for young people and has a strong understanding of the factors impacting Aboriginal communities, including engagement and participation risks working with remote and metropolitan communities.
Connie is a mother of 2 children in primary school and along side her husband they farm industrial hemp.
Finance Manager & Project Manager
Pene was born and raised on Kwiambal country. Pene has a strong connection to country and culture and works with community to achieve outcomes especially for youth.
Pene has a strong background in finance and executive level management.
Pene manages all financial, legal and insurance matters for the company and is also contracted out to manage administration and finance for clients.
Pene is very focused, organised and is very hands on in the management, growth and develoment of the company, our projects and clients.
Special Projects Team
Special Projects Officer
Cassie graduated from the Australian Institute of Health and Fitness and has an astounding social media following for her weight loss and healthy lifestyle choices campaign. Cassie developed the program ELAM “Eat Light, Act More” which was the method she used to shed and maintain a weightloss of 50kg. Cassie is also the founder and driving force of “What About Life” which is a drug awareness program for youth where she tells the story of her journey through the loss of her mother to drugs. Cassie’s infectious personality and simple country charm has enabled her to become a leader in health and fitness. http://www.cassandranewsome.com.au
Special Projects Officer
Rod is an Aboriginal artist and cultural educator from the Kamilaroi tribe. He has a strong history in health, arts and education. Rod is well known for his leadership skills and provides high-level cultural advice for our team and clients.
Special Projects Officer
Ashleigh is a proud Kunya/Ngamba woman from Inverell who strongly identifies as Aboriginal. Ash is an effective youth leader in the community and over the last two years she has developed strong engagement and consultation skills with community, government and non government organisations, youth, elders and the broader community.