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Executive Team

Jenny Kitchin FB Nov2018JENNY KITCHIN

Chief Executive Officer

Jenny Kitchin joined Woden Community Service as CEO in February 2019. She joins WCS from Anglicare where she served as Executive Manager of Child, Youth and Family Services overseeing out-of-home care, youth, family housing and homelessness services in NSW and ACT.

Jenny is a community services leader with significant experience both in the government and community sectors. Prior to Anglicare, Jenny was a senior executive in the ACT Community Services Directorate and the Regional Director of Barnardos Australia (ACT).

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kateKATE WEST

Director, Children, Ability & Mental Health Services

Kate has been with WCS since 2006 in a range of different roles in Children, Youth and Family Services. Today, Kate heads up the Service Development team which delivers children's services, NDIS coordination and delivery, a broad ranging community access program for vulnerable groups and seniors and the mental heath and wellbeing programs offered by WCS.

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P: (02) 6234 6837


kim updatedKIM SPINKS

Director, Access & Support

Kim has been working in the homelessness and social housing space for over 16 years. She has vast experience in this area having previously worked in both the government and community sectors with diverse service user groups, managing and mentoring teams and establishing service partnerships. She joined WCS in 2017 and brings lots of enthusiasm to this newly created Director role.

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P: (02) 6234 6848


 

Acknowledgement of Country

"Woden Community Service acknowledges the Ngunnawal people as the traditional owners of this land and their continuing connection to land and community. We also acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who have come from other nations to live on Ngunnawal land. We pay our respects to their cultures, ancestors and elders past, present and future."