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Board of Directors

Greg Goebel

Our Chair, Greg, is an experienced Executive Director and CEO with extensive knowledge of the Not-for-Profit and Public Sector. Greg was the Executive Director of the Australian Red Cross Queensland for 11 years, managing Queensland operations from 2000-2011 with 620+ staff, 4,800 volunteers, 2,800 members and annual service delivery budget in excess of $41m with service delivery across 120 locations throughout Queensland.

Greg’s wisdom combined with his entrepreneurial approach steers the development of GIVIT’s strategy and service.

GIVIT Board member Greg Goebel

Juliette Wright OAM

Driven and inspired, Juliette built GIVIT after she was surprised at how difficult it was to find someone in genuine need of the high quality baby clothes she no longer needed. She discovered that while many local charities were over-loaded with unwanted or poor-quality goods, they were desperately seeking essential items such as sanitary products for women fleeing domestic and family violence or steel-capped boots for unemployed fathers securing work. Juliette knew there had to be a smarter way to give.

Juliette’s vision, hard work and determination have resulted in millions of donations being distributed across Australia, earning her the title of Australia’s Local Hero 2015 and awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2019.

As Founder and Director, Juliette drives GIVIT’s vision to match generosity with genuine need. Her huge heart and passion for helping others has shaped GIVIT’s culture and success.

GIVIT Board member Juliette Wright OAM

Carita Martinez

Aside from bringing legal and commercial capability to the GIVIT Board, Carita also holds the honour of being GIVIT's first volunteer. This experience enables her to bring a unique insight and understanding into board meetings.

Carita is General Counsel and Director of Golding Contractors where her efforts drive optimal value for money solutions, and ensure large projects are delivered reliably. This, combined with her experience in telecoms, ITC, transport, mining and civil construction, provides GIVIT with a wealth of commercial knowledge.

GIVIT Board member Carita Martinez

Jonathan Corby

Jonathan is one of our founding board members. He has extensive professional experience advising government, corporations and not-for-profits in things like licensing, mergers and acquisitions and intellectual property – all the important elements of ensuring a business stays viable.

Jonathan is admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia. In his role as Partner and Special Counsel at Clayton Utz Jonathon is also a mentor for the firm’s junior lawyers.

We know GIVIT is in safe hands with Jonathan. His analytical skills and strategic knowledge of intellectual property and not-for-profit risks and liabilities, underpins his valued advice and ability to see, articulate and achieve GIVIT’s 'big picture'.

GIVIT Board member Jonathon Corby

Stan Mogg

Stan is our numbers guy. We know that if the numbers work for Stan, we’re onto a winner. He’s an experienced Director and CEO who helps small and medium sized companies grow strategically.

Stan is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a CPA, and a JP (Commissioner for Declarations). He’s also CEO for a private company with interests in Australia, UK, Italy, Switzerland and USA. He also holds non-executive directorship roles in several diverse private companies which include electrical contracting, sports and recreation activities, investment and property management, self-storage, oil and gas.

Proudly, Stan is also a non-executive director of a Philanthropic Foundation.

GIVIT Board member Stan Mogg

Iain MacKenzie

Affectionately known as GIVIT’s Mr Disaster, we are incredibly grateful to have Iain’s knowledge and leadership in emergency and disaster management. Iain was appointed as Queensland’s inaugural Inspector-General Emergency Management, tasked with ensuring the best possible whole-of-government and whole-of-community arrangements to deal with emergencies and disasters.

Iain’s advice provides a measured and confident delivery of GIVIT’s national role in disaster and emergency recovery. As well as advising GIVIT, Iain is now an Adjunct Professor at the Griffith University School of Medicine.

GIVIT Board member Ian

Mandy Ross

Mandy is one of Australia’s leading executive technologists, progressive with a passion for creating innovative technology that solves problems we know will help forge GIVIT into the future.

As Chief Information Officer Mandy – who is also Harvard educated and holds an MBA – has led cultural, digital and cybersecurity transformation programs for the likes of Tabcorp and Wotif, including the smooth delivery of these functions during one of Australia’s largest corporate mergers. 

As on online platform, GIVIT is extremely excited to have such pedigree on our Board.

Megan Magill

With a marketing background spanning over 20 years across agency and media ownership, throughout a range of industries within Australia and abroad, Megan is an incredibly experienced marketing leader.

Megan has a passion for balancing data and performance based marketing with excellent customer experiences within strong brands.  She thrives on a challenge, the opportunity to lead teams and promote innovation within organisations. Megan has held leadership roles at The Wotif Group, Tatts Group and most recently at MinorDKL Food Group as Chief Brand Officer.

We are thrilled to have Megan’s marketing expertise driving GIVIT to become a national household name.

Alex Gosman

Alex is a long-term Canberra resident and has had extensive industry experience over 30 years including leadership of several industry associations, and executive positions with Ericsson Australia and GlaxoSmithKline in the area of Government relations. He successfully led many key advocacy programs in the areas of pharmaceuticals, telecommunications and industry policy.

Now retired Alex continues to umpire Aussie Rules, is on the Board of Triathlon Australia, and is active in a range of not for profits and charity organisations in the ACT. 

GIVIT’s Whistleblower Policy

GIVIT is committed to conducting its business operations and affairs with honesty and integrity and to engaging in ethical decision-making, being legally compliant and acting consistently with good corporate governance standards and community expectations. View GIVIT’s Whistleblower Policy here.

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