Head of Advisory Services
Angharad Lubbock is Head of Advisory Services for White Box Enterprises. In this role, she leads a team of 7 impact professionals who are delivering a range of national projects to build the capacity of employment-focused social enterprises working across disability services, manufacturing, land management and environmental conservation.
Angharad has more than 20 years’ experience in public and private sector finance. She has worked for Queensland Treasury Corporation and large global investment organisations: Swiss Re and Munich Re. She has a wealth of experience in business planning, financial modelling, investment readiness and stakeholder engagement.
In addition to her passion for regenerative small-lot farming and permaculture, she has a Bachelor of Business (UQ) and a Master of Applied Finance.
Louise Baldwin is a health and social change strategist with a passion for community and systems change to build healthy, resilient communities and places . She has 25 years experience in the health promotion and social impact sector, running large scale community health programs.
Best known for her work in leading Queensland’s globally renowned skin cancer prevention programs, she is an award-winning project leader, author of a discipline-leading textbook and a passionate advocate for wellbeing communities, places and economies. She has a Master of Health Science and is completing a PhD in sustaining community-based programs beyond initial funding.
Wendy Rattray is an experienced consumer packaged goods and marketing professional who assists White Box Enterprises with contemporary knowledge in the fast-moving consumer goods industry.
Wendy is an executive leader, an experienced General Manager and a strategist, with an entrepreneurial spirit, a flair for transformation and a passion for growth, complex problem solving and sustainability. She brings experience across a wide range of disciplines including: finance, marketing, strategy, supply chain, technology and digital, and a proven track record of delivering long-term value across both large and small organisations through: development of purpose-led, omni-channel growth strategies, future-fit innovation, transformation programs, M&A, revenue growth management and executional excellence.
She has spent several years with Unilever, a large multi-national consumer goods business, where she held several roles including the CEO of Weis ice-cream based in Toowoomba QLD.
Wendy is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a Chartered Management Accountant.
Simon is passionate about place-based multi-sectoral approaches to tackling disadvantage and committed to government, community and business working together to achieve great social outcomes.
He has over 20 years’ experience in government and the non-profit sector developing and implementing innovative employment, education and training strategies. During this time, Simon was a senior manager in the Victorian State Government and led teams recognised for pioneering innovative place-based employment, training and social enterprise & procurement strategies that contributed to improved social and economic outcomes for vulnerable individuals and disadvantaged communities.
Also, since 2013, Simon has been a Board Director for Enable Social Enterprise that are providing Employability Programs for people experiencing or at risk of severe hardship, often due to significant employment barriers, with a focus on people with disability.
Damien is a well skilled business development Director with over 15 years’ experience running various businesses in South Africa across a number of categories within Imports and exports industry, Community and development sectors, and working together with government entities and local councils.
He is adept at working within small to medium business environments helping these businesses navigate through the complexities of growing into larger organisations.
Damien has not only worked to help grow small to medium businesses. But he has also worked with local communities to help upskill members of these communities so that they could find long term employment through their various industries of choice.
James Hornitzky is a technology consultant with a diverse range of experience spanning web, ecommerce and mobile technology and a passion for the social enterprise and for-purpose sector. He has over 10 years experience working closely with Australian not-for-profits and for-purpose organisations to build effective digital strategies and platforms.
James founded his own digital agency at 22, which grew to over 20+ staff over 8 years and then merged with one of Australia’s leading NFP fundraising agencies. He is adept at a range of skills, including digital strategy, project and product management, user experience, technical development and business operations.
James holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Honours, first-class) and currently teaches at the University of Technology, Sydney as a casual academic.