Robert (Bob) Tinker
Robert (Bob) Tinker was born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales. He has worked in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory, gaining experience in manufacturing, construction, mining, tourism and public accounting practise.
Following retirement in 1992, Bob joined Wheelchair Sports SA, competing internationally and representing Australia at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games. Bob served on the Sports Council of the International Paralympic Committee for 11 years, and has served on committees and boards of many local, state, national and international organisations, particularly in the disability sector.
He was awarded an Order of Merit from International Bowls for the Disabled for service to sport in 2011; nominated for Australian of the Year in 2011; is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow 2012, and; a Life Member Royal Zoological Society of SA. Bob also has a Diploma in Accounting.
Ross is the Executive Director of the South Australian Council of Social Services (SACOSS).
Jala is currently studying a Bachelor of Social Work at Flinders University.
Having worked with Julia Farr Youth since 2010, Jala's involvement has given her a platform to exercise a sound understanding of governance, teamwork and leadership.
The combination of Jala's personally lived experience, tertiary education and community volunteering enables her to make a valuable contribution to our work.
Kaye holds a Bachelor of Law, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Admission to the Supreme Court of Australia, Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kaye currently works as a partner at EMA Legal, specialising in the area of employment and industrial law, work health and safety, discrimination and contractual disputes in the interest of employers.
Kaye also holds a voluntary Board Position with the Community Business Bureau (CBB) a national social enterprise committed to helping not for profit organisations achieve their objectives through the provision of consulting, financial and salary packaging services, and the delivery of grants, scholarships and other initiatives delivered through its community development program.
Matthew holds an engineering degree. He has experience on a variety of projects and corporate fields such as commercial/contract/claims management, negotiation, project management, major event management, cost management, engineering design and cost estimation.
Matthew's experience spans the entire lifecycle of projects from concept to completion.
He is currently a director of Cycle My City and Verdient Pty Ltd.
Maria Catanzariti was born in Adelaide and attended school at the Crippled Children's Association at Somerton and then Regency Park Centre.
After finishing school she returned to the family home at Murray Bridge and began her crusade of making Murray Bridge more accessible to everybody. This included working in a group rallying to achieve a better community.
Maria also worked voluntarily as a teacher's assistant at the Murray Bridge High School Special Needs class.
She has now moved into her own home in Adelaide where she has lived independently for 25 years.
Since moving to Adelaide, Maria has been working voluntarily with various organisations, supporting people living with disability and their families to live more fulfilled lives.
She has also been a member of the JFA Trust Fund Sub-Committee for the past three years.
Scott Morgan holds a Bachelor of Accounting, Chartered Accountant, MBA and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
With over 18 years’ experience, Scott has diverse experience in both the commercial and not for profit organisations with specific expertise in finance, governance, procurement, HR and IT functions. He has served on several other not for profit boards and industry committees.
Scott is currently employed as the Corporate Services Executive for Eldercare Incorporated.