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Marie has been working at the Y since 2014 in different roles across the organisation.
She has a background in Education and holds a Bachelor and Master of Vocational Education/ Social Pedagogy and Social Services and a Master of Education.
Having worked in a variety of settings such as Childcare or University research, Marie combines theoretical knowledge with practical, person-centered skills. Before commencing her management role, Marie was a Behavior Support Practitioner at the Y and enjoyed working with families to achieve better outcomes.
Marie is passionate about the Y’s core values and likes to support individuals and families to be happy, healthy and connected.
Storm has been working with the CIS team since 2017 in a number of roles relating to Clients, NDIS and Support Coordination. Storm holds a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours, has completed post graduate studies in positive psychology and fatigue risk management, and is working part time as a provisional psychologist.
She volunteers within her local community and is committed to working with young people to find their potential and assisting individuals to be as independent as possible.
When not at work, you can find Storm reading, knitting and planning her next escape back to Canada.
Client Engagement Coordinator
Steven has completed his Certificate III Individual Support (Disability) and has volunteered throughout the Bundaberg community since 2013.
He has worked within the NDIS and community services sector since 2018; he has an abundance of networking experience and a great understanding of NDIS legislation.
Steven is passionate about all aspects of the community services sector and enjoys sharing this passion with others. He is committed to supporting those in the community to be the very best they can be.
With a combination of more than 20 years of national and international experience in the Corporate sector, Australian Education department and Disability sector, Sonika has acquired the ability to successfully incorporate a good balance of both analytical and pragmatic skills in her professional capacities.
Her studies include courses in Business Analysis & Decision Making, Professional Communication & News and Politics.
Being trained as a Specialist Health Aide, Sonika joined The Y in 2021 as a casual support worker which gave her great insight into the services we provide to our clients, the diverse needs in our community and a better understanding of the values of our organisation.
Sonika recently joined the Community Inclusion Services management team as the new Scheduling Officer and enjoys being part of an authentic organisation that is passionate about the empowerment of all individuals.
Behaviour Support Practitioner
Erin is a well-versed Behaviour Support Practitioner providing tailored support to a range of clients. With a range of skills in child development, Functional Behaviour Analysis and counselling.
Her experience, positive attitude and willingness to help others allow her work closely with families and allied health professionals.
She understands each person’s needs are unique and a supportive, educated team can create great outcomes.