Our Board

YNOT is governed by an 11 member skills based Board elected at the Annual General Meeting. An annual skills and experience audit is conducted to ensure the Board is representative and the needs of the organisation are best met.

The Board is comprised of individual and organisational representatives who are full YNOT members drawn from all regions of the state, including a combination of young people and service providers.

 

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Rebekka Gale

Rebekka Gale

Chair of the Board
Rebekka joined the YNOT Board in 2016 as an organisational member representing Anglicare Tasmania and is currently the Chair of the Board.
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Simone

Simone Zell

Vice chair
Simone is an individual member of YNOT and currently the vice chair of the Board.
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Glen OKeefe

Glen O'Keefe

Treasurer
Glen is the Treasurer of YNOT and joined the board in 2018.
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Damian Collina

Damian Collins

Organisational member
Damian has been working in the Tasmanian youth sector for over 10 years and has experience in NSW and the USA prior to that.
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Kathryn

Kathryn Cranny

Organisational member
Kathryn joined the YNOT Board in 2017 as an organisational member representing Mission Australia.
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Gina

Gina Sidhu

Individual member
Gina is an adopted Tasmanian, having lived in this beautiful state for over 30 years.
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Nicola Jeffrey

Nicola Jeffrey

Organisational member
Nicola is passionate about helping to make a difference in the lives of other young people.
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Ben

Ben Bromfield

Individual member
Ben joined YNOT in 2018 as a volunteer and joined the Board in 2019 as an individual member based in the south.
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Kayla Phillips

Kayla Phillips

Organisational member
Kayla Phillips is an Advice and Referral Worker with Mission Australia.
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Rob

Rob Haas

Individual member
Rob has worked in the community sector for over 15 years, both in Tasmania and interstate.
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Wayne Frost

Wayne Frost

Organisational member
Wayne joined the Board in 2019; he’s currently the Manager for the Headspace Youth Health Service in Launceston and Devonport and has been in the role since 2017.
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