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Management Team

Jessi Kennedy - Acting HR Manager

Jessi joined The Cram Foundation in 2015 as the Payroll/Human Resources Advisor. She has over 5 years’ experience in Human Resources and over 10 years’ experience in Customer Service. Jessi holds a Bachelor in Business Management and is passionate about supporting employees in every aspect of their employment and work-life balance.

Linda Pullen - Acting Operations & Team Leader Coordinator

Linda has worked in the disability field for 18 years and was president of Riding For the Disabled Illawarra Centre for 16 years. Whilst at RDA Linda was a senior coach, having the pleasure of teaching many people of all different ages to ride and care for horses and supporting them to reach their goals and aspirations. In 2010 Linda came to Cram as a volunteer and became employed as a Disability Services Worker in 2011. In 2016 Linda became a Team Leader and just recently has been appointed as the Acting Operations and Team Leader Coordinator.

James Duley - Team Leader

James joined The Cram Foundation in September 2014. Prior to James applying for a position as a Community Support worker, James studied his Certificate 3 in Aged and Disability Care and completed his student placement here at Cram. Whilst working at The Cram Foundation he had been provided with the opportunity for growth within the organisation and in August of this year was delighted to become a part of the management team.

Archer Moyo - Team Leader

Archer joined The Cram Foundation in December 2014 as a Community Support worker. As a former Accountant and Town Planner Archer made the step into Disability after moving to Australia. After just 4 years with Cram, Archer’s strong leadership skills led him to acquire a role as a Team Leader. By far Archer finds this job to be the most meaningful and is excited about the future under the NDIS.

Linda Solitro - Team Leader

Linda joined The Cram Foundation in August 2007 as a casual Community Support Worker after completing her TAFE course in Certificate 3 in Disability part time. With her an extensive amount of knowledge and passion on doing  over 10 years’ experience as a Community Support Worker and great approach with staff Linda recently acquired the role in cram’s management team.

Jemma Jordan- Team Leader

Jemma joined The Cram Foundation in 2017 after moving from Wagga Wagga. Jemma has 5 years’ experience in the Disability/ Youth Service sector. Jemma is passionate about making sure all clients within Cram lead a fulfilling and satisfying life and loves seeing Cram clients achieve their goals and reach milestones.

Martina Worthington - NDIS & Support Coordinator - Team Leader

Martina joined The Cram Foundation in 2015. With 20 years’ experience in the Community/Disability service sectors, she has held direct a range of support care, Team Leader and management positions.

Martina’s role focuses on the NDIS and support coordination and she is passionate about enabling participants to have choice and control over their supports,  to enrich their lives and meet their goals.

Magi Voorwinden - Group Registered Nurse

Magi is the Registered Nurse for The Cram Foundation. Trained in the UK and having worked and lived in many parts of the world including Texas – USA, Spain, Ireland, Germany, NSW and Perth WA. Magi commenced employment with Cram in 2002 on temporary night shift duties with the intentions of continuing this post for only a few months. Now, 16 years later Magi’s key role is coordinating the health of all clients within The Cram Foundation.

Josephine Suarez - Accountant

 Josephine commenced as Accountant for The Cram Foundation in 2013.  She holds a Bachelor of Commence (Accounting) from UOW and is a member of CPA Australia. Jo has over 30 years’ experience in Management and Financial Accounting working mainly with Not for Profit organisations. Jo also does casual teaching in a Community College in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector.