The following are the current members of the ARCS Board:
Bev Isles (Chair)
As both a client and a management committee member, Beverley has a long association with arcs. Her work history with a series of not-for-profit organisations has given Beverley an understanding of the challenges and opportunities that face organisations such as arcs.
Beverley is interested in working to ensure that the special expertise, knowledge and skill of arcs is able to continue to help heal those faced with the trauma of separation and loss within families.
Moira Aynsley (Deputy Chair)
Moira is a marketing, communications and fundraising specialist with over 15 years' experience in commercial and not-for-profit organisations.
With experience in leadership positions Moira brings her strategic thinking, business analysis and knowledge of the not-for-profit sector to the arcs board.
Cassandra Lake (Secretary)
Cassandra has 15 years’ experience in leadership roles in not-for-profit organisations, working with diverse communities to deliver education and community engagement programs. She brings skills in governance, strategic planning, funds development and change management.
With lived experience of adoption, and as a former client, she has a deep understanding and commitment to the arcs values.
Angela Miller (Treasurer)
Ann Korzeniecka (Member)
Ann is a legal practitioner with over 15 years’ experience in family law, undertaking significant work as an Independent Children's Lawyer in proceedings before the Family Court of Western Australia.
Understanding the challenges when assisting those experiencing loss, the pain of separation from family and attempting reconnection, Ann’s legal knowledge provides valuable insight.
Barbara Elliott (Member)
Barbara joined the Management Committee in 2020 and brings a lifetime of experience working with adolescents in schools. This, coupled with her skills in strategic planning and analytical thinking, ensures she is well placed to contribute to finding clever solutions.
An adoptive mother, and now a grandmother, Barbara understands the complex issues around the pain of separation from family.