Meet Our Team
Dominic is responsible for delivering a project in increase disability inclusion in the community sector and continues to work on Volunteering Victoria’s advocacy campaigns as a volunteer. Dominic joined Volunteering Victoria in May 2017 to lead policy, advocacy and research development after four years working in the Victorian Government.
He has a First Class Combined Honours Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in political studies and philosophy from Otago University in New Zealand. Dominic is passionate about working with government and organisations to ensure the volunteering sector in Victoria is thriving.
Dominic grew up in Aotearoa / New Zealand where he obtained a First Class Combined Honours Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in political studies and philosophy from Otago University. Dominic is an enthusiastic traveller and has volunteered abroad on a number of occasions, including in response to the 2009 earthquake in Padang, Indonesia.
Marnie is also a passionate volunteer, most recently being accepted into the Speakers Bureau with Beyondblue in mid-2018, sharing her lived experiences with groups and organisations around Melbourne.
Marnie found hidden talent with watercolour painting in late 2016, building her own website and regularly doing markets around Melbourne, including showcasing work at the Camberwell Art Show. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) from Monash University, and also has a Postgraduate Certificate in Human Resource Management from Swinburne University.
Dubbed the social justice warrior amongst friends, Camellia has more than 2 years work experience in corporate sectors in both finance and marketing, but has always had a passion for community services and social change. Whilst working in the private sector, she contributed her time at AIMES, working with refugees in the Refugee Settlement Program.
She also holds a BA in Banking and Finance and Masters in Marketing.
Jenna also has a strong interest in mental health awareness through her previous work as a mental health clinician, and is passionate about promoting gender equality.
Jenna has completed a Bachelor of Nursing at Australian Catholic University, and a Master of Public Health, majoring in Gender and Women’s Health, at the University of Melbourne.
David administers, analyses and reports on an annual survey of around 380 Neighbourhood Houses for NHVic and the Department of Health & Human Services.