Board of Directors
IGFF’s governance is overseen by a Board of Directors with expertise in institutional abuse, governance, commercial law, damages & injuries law, pastoral care, welfare, families & communities, leadership, organisational reform, policing, gender violence, individual & public advocacy, marketing & fundraising.
Secretary: Phil Lindenmayer
Board Member: Darryl McFarland
Board Member: Clare Leaney, CEO (ex-officio)
CEO, Clare Leaney
COO, Head of Government Relations, Joe Stroud
Executive Manager Survivor Services, Rachel Last
CFO, Srini Vasan
Head of Governance, Phil Lindenmayer
Special Projects & Comms, Megan Bridger-Darling
Senior Administrative Officer, Shyamala Benakovic
Caseworker, Hannah Aroni
Caseworker, Julie Butler
Caseworker, Ingrid Koutsodontis
Caseworker, Thea Schroedel
Admin Officer, Rupert Parkin
Admin Officer, Tamara Kube
IGFF’s work is supported by our volunteers who generously donate their time, knowledge and skill to achieving our mission. From administrative assistance to event co-ordination and research we are grateful to all our volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, please register your interest and include a little information about yourself by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Volunteering at IGFF.
A student placement with IGFF provides an exciting opportunity to contribute to our work with Survivors of institutional abuse and gain a variety of on-the job experiences. IGFF offers limited Student Placements each year to candidates from a variety of social services backgrounds. If you would like to be considered for Student Placement at IGFF, please send a resume and expression of interest (no more than 500 words) to email@example.com using the subject line: Student Placement at IGFF.