The Committee of Management of Inner Melbourne Community Legal is responsible for the management of the organisation. Board members volunteer their time.
Caroline is a highly skilled Technology and Legal executive, and currently the General Manager of Technology Performance Regulation & Performance at Tabcorp. Through her career as in-house General Counsel and Company Secretary, principal of her own firm, and technology leadership roles across many regulated industries, Caroline has comprehensive expertise across corporate governance, large-scale program management, transformation and integration, IT strategy, risk, security and change management. She holds a double degree in law with honours and Asian Studies.
Charlotte is a corporate social responsibility professional and social impact strategist dedicated to helping businesses achieve competitive advantage by delivering positive social and environmental impacts alongside strong commercial returns. Most recently, Charlotte worked as a manager at ANZ where she designed and implemented social impact strategy. Previously, Charlotte held managerial roles and practised as a lawyer in commercial firms and in government, specialising in all areas of employment and discrimination law. Charlotte was Head of Corporate Partnerships at Justice Connect, a community legal centre, and facilitator of pro bono legal services. Throughout her legal career, Charlotte has volunteered for community legal centres in Sydney and Melbourne. Charlotte is passionate about building purpose-driven organisational cultures and is motivated by a strong commitment to social justice and social inclusion.
Daniel is Director of policy and communications consultancy Social Change Projects and has over 15 years' experience working with communities, non-profits and government. He has experience across a range of intersecting policy areas, including community law, homelessness, mental health, community health, disability, family violence, LGBTIQ+ equality and international human rights.
Shorna is the Head of Public Policy and Government Relations at Melbourne City Mission where she is responsible for leading the development of policy, law reform and advocacy. Shorna brings almost 15 years' experience in executive policy and advocacy roles across the community legal and homelessness sectors and has led successful campaigns on issues including access to justice, youth homelessness and family violence. Shorna is the former Policy and Advocacy Director of the peak body for community legal centres and sits on a number of NFP boards and Advisory Committees. Shorna is a passionate social justice lawyer and is dedicated to driving positive social change for children and young people.