Meet Vivienne Cunningham-Smith
Chief Executive Officer
Vivienne has over thirty years’ experience in the human services sector having worked at executive level in child and family and primary health services in both Victoria and New South Wales. This knowledge, passion for social inclusion and strong strategic planning have seen Viv place EV at the forefront of the organisational development required to become a backbone organisation across the community sector. Viv is generous in her time and enjoys mentoring other community leaders towards good outcomes....
With a passion for advocacy, she is an active voice into all levels of government and sectors. Viv believes in the value of fully integrated workforces and has led EV to be a strong example of the economic and social benefits of inclusive workplaces.
Meet Charles Cox
Manager Corporate Services
Charles’ brings to EV a range of skills and experience developed over a corporate career in operations management, systems management, and project management. He enjoys innovation and finding new and efficient ways of helping EV to support its clients and communities. Charles is committed to being a part of the continued growth and evolution of EV, for the benefit of our people, clients, and stakeholders.
Meet Marnie O’Loughlin
Manager Transport Operations
Marnie’s career in not-for-profit management spans more than 15 years where she has focused on understanding both business, community, and client needs, creating and implementing strategies to increase revenue streams, and finding creative solutions to increase the client experience. Marnie has led unforeseen growth in EV’s Community Transport including the digitisation of systems, navigation of funding channels and workforce growth. Marnie has a passion for nurturing engaged and integrated workforces.
Meet Shona Bass
Manager Community and Economic Engagement
In the spirit of reconciliation, EV acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the land and pays respect to its elders past and present.
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