Our Executive Team
Chief Executive & Executive Director
Jody Broun joined FACS as Chief Executive of the Aboriginal Housing Office in November 2018.
Previously Jody held various senior positions in the government and not for profit sector including: Executive Director Aboriginal Housing and Infrastructure WA; Director of Equal Opportunity in Public Employment WA; Director General Department of Aboriginal Affairs NSW; and, Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia’s First People.
Jody has been responsible for delivery of community and state wide policy and programs, developing and contributing to national policy reforms, and negotiating national and state government agreements.
Before joining FACS Jody was Director of NSW and ACT for Australian Red Cross for four and a half years. During this time Jody implemented strategies and delivered a range of programs to strengthen social participation for vulnerable individuals, families and communities.
Director, Strategic Finance & Asset Management
Simon Newport is a highly talented and experienced senior executive finance professional with significant expertise across the construction, infrastructure and development industries spanning over 20 years.
Director Policy, Programs and Design Innovation
Sally Kubiak has almost 20 years’ experience in the human service sector primarily in the development of policy and the implementation of programs across Justice, Health, Housing and the NGO sector.
Director, Housing Client Services
Director, Strategic Support
Director, Aboriginal Housing Strategy
Emma is delighted to have joined the AHO, after watching its People Matter survey scores keep getting better and better.
Emma’s joined the AHO to work on implementing Strong Family, Strong Communities because of her experience setting up and leading the PMO, project planning and steering committees for the NDIS changes in FACS.
Emma has experience in policy, problem solving, and working on Cabinet and funding submissions and with Minister’s offices, especially in the areas of disability, housing, women, intergovernmental relations and people’s work and pay.