Our Team

Board

Michael Gill

Michael Gill

Chair
Michael Gill is a counsellor with Dragoman, an international business advisory firm. Michael is also Chairman at Sustainable Skills Ltd, Vice chair at Royal Far West and is a director of Breakthrough Technologies Ltd. From 1998 to 2011 Michael was CEO and Editor in chief of business media at Fairfax Media. From 1996 to 2011 he was Chairman at AAP Ltd. He is a past president of UNICEF Australia and has had a range of corporate and not for profit executive and board experiences over many years.
Rosemary Grieve

Rosemary Grieve

Joint Founding Director
For more than 25 years, Rosemary Grieve has been working as a consultant with the boards of major corporations and statutory bodies and with senior executives in complex global organisations. The focus of her business in Australia has been board and executive team reviews and the development and coaching of senior executives and non-executive directors. Rosemary is also active in the not-for-profit sector consulting with boards and mentoring CEOs.
Marion Webster OAM

Marion Webster OAM

Joint Founding Director
Marion has had a long involvement in the not-for-profit and philanthropic sectors, both in Australia and internationally. She was the founding director of Philanthropy Australia, a founding trustee and Chair of Australian Communities Foundation, CEO of the Community Foundation Network in the UK, a founding trustee of Auckland Communities Foundation, a founder and Chair of Fitted for Work, a co-founder of Kilfinan Australia and on the boards of Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park, The Funding Network Australia Ltd and the progressive, independent think tank Per Capita. Marion is currently on the Kilfinan Australia board and is Chair of Women Can Australia.
Rebecca McGrath

Rebecca McGrath

Director
Rebecca McGrath is an internationally experienced business leader.  She is Chairman of Oz Minerals Ltd (ASX), Investa Office Management Pty Ltd and Scania Australia. Rebecca is also a non-executive director of ASX listed companies, Incitec Pivot Ltd and Goodman Group. She is a member of the Advisory Council for JP Morgan Australia. Rebecca is a member of Chief Executive Women and is an ambassador for the National Association of Women in Operations. Prior to her non-executive career, Rebecca spent more than 23 years as an executive in the oil industry.
John Ashby

John Ashby

Director
John Ashby is an experienced executive who brings strong organisation improvement and leadership skills to the Kilfinan Australia board, along with broad industry exposure from more than 25 years with global management consultancy A.T. Kearney. He has consulted to leading organisations in North America, Asia, and Australia on both strategic and operational issues, and he started-up and managed new regional businesses for A.T. Kearney, first in Southeast Asia and then in Australia/New Zealand. He is now an independent management consultant, advisor, and director.
Mike Ihlein

Mike Ihlein

Director
Mike brings to the Board financial expertise and experience as an international executive from a range of industries, including previous roles as CEO and CFO of Brambles Limited and CFO of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited. Mike is currently a director of Scentre Group, CSR Limited, Inghams Group Limited and Ampol Limited. Mike holds a Bachelor of Business Studies (Accounting) from the University of Technology, Sydney. He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, CPA Australia and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Sandie de Wolf AM

Sandie de Wolf AM

Director
Sandie de Wolf AM has spent her professional life working with, and advocating for, vulnerable children, women and families. Sandie was CEO of Berry Street for 26 years and has been awarded the Vida Goldstein Award (2001), Robin Clark Inspirational Leadership Award (2008), Member of the Order of Australia (2009), inducted into the Victorian Women’s Honour Roll (2011), and La Trobe University Distinguished Alumni Award (2017). She is a director of Family Planning Victoria, Chair of the Western Family Violence Strategic Leadership Group, Deputy Chair of the Victorian Children’s Council, and member of the DHHS Suitability Panel.

Staff

Beth Weatherly

Beth Weatherly

CEO
Beth Weatherly comes from a diverse portfolio career in events and production management, where agility, resourcefulness and creativity are key. She has extensive experience in education and the arts, having held a number of multifaceted roles for well-established not for profit organisations in Victoria such as Melbourne International Arts Festival, Women*s Circus, and the Abbotsford Convent Foundation to name a few. In her current role, Beth brings to Kilfinan Australia a creative, curious mind and a deep passion for strengthening and supporting the for-purpose sector.
Rosanna Spanio

Rosanna Spanio

General Manager
Rosanna has extensive experience in the not-for-profit sector, primarily in health, disability and the arts. Rosanna worked with Alzheimer's Australia Vic for almost ten years in various roles spanning communications, project management, community programs and fundraising. She has also worked closely with executive teams to implement strategic plans. Rosanna has served terms on the Committee of Management for two local kindergartens as well as participated in the Australian Youth Ambassador for Development program completing a 12-month placement in the Philippines.