National Manager, Business & Support Services
Kayleen has broad experience in financial and operational business management, which ranges from working as a Business Analyst for Westpac to managing the Operations and Finances of various not for profit organisations. Kayleen has a history in project management, process design and continuous improvement, as well as in paid and voluntary governance roles.
Kayleen joined ECIA NSW in 2015 as the Finance and Operations Manager, and in 2017 was appointed to ECIA (national) to manage the restructure of the organisation from a state / territory based federated model to a national single entity, as well as managing the business of ECIA.
When ECIA became a company limited by guarantee in May 2018, Kayleen was appointed by the Board as the first Company Secretary.
National Manager, Sector Development
Enis is an experienced Sector Support & Development professional with a proven track record legal practice, child protection, ageing, disability and early childhood intervention sectors. He joined ECIA NSW/ACT as Manager of Sector Development in February 2017 and has provided exceptional levels of support and advice to the Early Childhood Intervention sector during the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Prior to working with ECIA NSW/ACT, Enis was a Sector Support & Development Officer working with ageing and disability service providers in Eastern Sydney for a period of eight years.
Enis has a Masters in Law & Legal Practice from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney.
In his new role as National Manager, Sector Development of ECIA, Enis is focussed on supporting all states with the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme and will be working closely with the sector.
National Manager, Membership & Professional Development
Nicole has over 17 years experience in association management and has extensive knowledge in both membership and professional development. She has worked in professional associations including Diabetes Australia, the Australian Institute of Project Management and Local Government Managers Australia.
Nicole has also consulted to numerous associations on how to improve their membership programs and better meet the needs of their membership. Her goals with ECIA are to provide quality services to our members and deliver relevant professional development opportunities to the sector.
Nicole's new role as National Manager, Membership & Professional Development with ECIA will see her working towards engaging the sector across Australia with membership and developing interesting, relevant and quality professional development opportunities to our members and the sector.