Caryn Walsh is a much sought after facilitator, psychologist, coach, conference speaker, lecturer, trainer, educator and organisational change agent.
Over an impressive 25 year career, Caryn has worked as a counsellor/psychologist in private practise, lectured at two leading Sydney based universities for over a decade and, with a parallel career in organisational development and building leadership and people capabilities, has consulted to countless organisations in Australia and overseas. This includes developing and delivering many aspects such as Leadership, Building Organisational Resilience, Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace, Organisational Change and Enhancing Communication at work and at home.
At the helm of Pure Magic International Training Solutions Pty Ltd Caryn leads an impressive and highly educated team that focus on ‘Growing People and Transforming Organisations’ in the corporate, community and education sectors. She coaches leaders at all levels in organisations both in Australia and abroad.
Victoria (Tori) Cooke is employed by Ruah Community Services as the Manager, Justice and Family Services. Tori offers consultation about risk assessment and risk management in homicide prevention across a range of environments and is a skilled clinical supervisor across specialist services including men’s behaviour change programs. She won the AnglicareWA Leadership Award in 2014 and has been the recipient of awards in field supervision from Curtin University of Technology and Sophia College of Holistic Healing. Her work has included the designing and implementing of men’s behaviour change programs, with a strong focus on integration with women’s and children’s services.
For over 16 years Tori has worked in service systems including, women’s refuges, magistrates and family court, police, child protection, advocacy, counselling and social policy. Tori’s current work focus contributes to understanding how perpetrator accountability is located in clear strategies for long term sustainable social change.
Moo loves her job and has a passion for improving service and policy responses, particularly to communities that have barriers to access including LGBTIQ and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Moo believes that public awareness relating to domestic and family violence is at an unprecedented level and that cross-sector and community partnerships are key to the cultural and practical changes required for inclusive support. She looks forward when children in schools are taught about the intersections between discrimination, transphobia and homophobia, violence, racism and respectful relationships.
Moo’s worked in the NGO sector in Australia, South East Asia, the UK and Spain.
Jacqui Watt | CEO | No to Violence | Men’s Referral Service
Jacqui Watt took up her role as CEO of NTV/MRS in February 2015.
Previous work experience includes being CEO of two peak bodies advocating for Community Housing – one in Scotland and one in Victoria – and a year as Director of Client Services at Anglicare. Jacqui has experience in the fields of alcohol and drugs, mental health, disability and social housing gained over the last 30 years.
Whilst working as a consultant Jacqui provided strategic advice to Boards, facilitated stakeholder engagement and chaired Think Tanks for both government and NGO’s. Whilst at KPMG in 2012 Jacqui facilitated the statewide consultation of social housing tenants and housing support organisations.
With skills in change management and leadership development, Jacqui is committed to supporting people and organisations to resolve complex social issues.
Jacqui has a degree in Social Policy as well as a Masters in Management and Social Responsibility.
Jacqui holds the GAICD (Graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors) and is currently a member of ACFE (Adult, Continuing and Further Education) Council for Loddon Mallee and a Board Director of ACSO.
Joseph Oui | Social & Emotional Wellbeing Counsellor Male | Apunipima Cape York Health Council