Bronwyn Pike, CEO
Bronwyn Pike is the CEO of Uniting Vic.Tas and has extensive experience across the public, private and community services sectors.
Bronwyn was the Victorian State Member of Parliament for Melbourne from 1999 to 2012. Her 13-year parliamentary career included 11 years as a Minister for Housing, Aged Care, Community Services, Health, Education and Skills.
Before entering parliament in 1999, she was the Director of Justice and Social Responsibility in the Synod of Victoria, which provided children, youth, family and aged care services as well as social justice advocacy.
Bronwyn has considerable governance experience at national and state level. She has chaired the Boards of Western Heath, the South Australian Urban Renewal Authority (Renewal SA) and UnitingCare Australia and has been a Board member of Australian Health Policy Collaboration, Leap In! and Uniting NSW.ACT.
Bronwyn is a lifelong member of the Uniting Church in Australia.
Aimee Suchard-Lowe, Executive General Manager, Strategy and Engagement
Aimee has extensive experience in organisational strategy, compliance, marketing, communications and fundraising across both the banking and not-for-profit sector. She worked at Westpac, NAB, ME Bank, Plan International Australia and Kids Under Cover, before joining Uniting Vic.Tas in 2017.
Catherine Easton, Executive General Manager, Performance and Integration
As an executive with experience in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, Catherine has an excellent appreciation of end-to-end business operations. She has led diverse functions such as business systems & projects, people development & training, insights & impact measurement and program delivery at a range of organisations including ANZ and NAB and most recently at SuperFriend. Catherine is Chair of Linden New Art, a member of the Policy & Planning Committee at Arts Project Australia and on the Nominations Committee of Women’s Property Initiative.
Rev John Clarke, Director of Mission
John brings to Uniting Vic.Tas demonstrated church leadership as well as considerable experience in project management, strategic thinking, practical theology and adult education. Prior to joining Uniting Vic.Tas, he was Director of Mission with Uniting AgeWell.
Silvia Alberti, Executive General Manager, Operations
Silvia has a strong background in public policy, community services, alcohol and other drugs, and community mental health. She has held senior executive roles at the Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education and Training. Immediately prior to her appointment at Uniting, she was the CEO, Prahran Mission. Silvia oversees a consistent operational approach and prioritising impact for customers and local communities.