Bronwyn has over 25 years’ experience working in office environments in administration roles. After completing a Diploma in Executive Secretarial Studies, she first gained her passion for customer service at a non-for-profit professional organisation in a variety of roles including Reception, Marketing & Public Relations, Website & Publications support. She undertook temporary assignments at Berry Street in Community Relations and at Box Hill Hospital. Bronwyn has provided Executive Assistance to the Head of School at RMIT University, assisted the Division and Discipline Leaders in Biomedical Sciences and supported the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Working as a Customer Relations Officer at a University she has interacted with many students and thrives on helping people achieve their goals. Bronwyn has recently come from a service industry where she provided time critical assistance and support for major clients and joins us to help make a difference in people’s everyday lives.
Karoline has a Diploma in Nursing and has chosen to continue her nursing studying by undertaking a Bachelors degree.
Karoline’s commitment and determination in helping people is a strength that results in positive outcomes in her role as a Support Coordinator. Karoline has vast experience in dealing with people and helping them achieve their goals. She is dedicated in her pursuit to a lifelong career in nursing and is focused on furthering her nursing skills in postgraduate study.
Hannah is a provisionally registered Psychologist working in the Behavioural Support Team. Prior to this role, Hannah worked under the Department of Education and Training as a School Focused Youth Service Coordinator, where she implemented capacity building interventions in schools to support vulnerable students to remain engaged in education. Hannah is a qualified trainer of the Neurosequential Model in Education, having trained around 1500 school staff to create optimal learning environments to support student self-regulation. Hannah is also a registered trainer of Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) through Livingworks. Developing from her years of experience in Youth Work and dance teaching, Hannah is passionate about supporting people to live meaningful lives and achieve their potential.
Chris has maintained a client a focused approach over her 30+ years of work force experience, bringing a compassionate and optimistic nature to all her client interactions.
Possessing a Tafe Cert 4 in Phlebotomy and a certificate in Drug and Alcohol.
Chris has over 5 years of clinical healthcare experience and a broad knowledge base to expand upon. Previously being employed in customer service roles, Chris has well developed communication skills which enable her to empower her clients as best as possible.
Further pursuing her passion for assisting others, Chris is enthusiastic in the opportunity to support her clients at WeSupportU.