After an extensive recruitment process, we are thrilled to welcome Tanya Corrie to Juno as our new CEO!
Tanya will commence with Juno in December, bringing a wealth of experience across policy, research and evaluation, with experience working with government and not-for-profits to achieve positive social change, with particular expertise in family violence policy and programs.
Tanya comes from the role of Director of Policy, Strategy and Communications at Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre, and prior to that, spent four years working as a Senior Adviser for two Ministers for Prevention of Family Violence in the Victorian Government supporting the implementation of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence. Prior to joining government, Tanya led in key research and policy for Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, with landmark work in the areas of family violence, economic abuse and economic security for victim survivors of family violence and has a previous background working in various areas of banking and finance.
“I am so excited and honoured to lead Juno. It is an amazing organisation and I look forward to working with the dedicated team there through this next phase,” says Tanya.
Thank you to Kristen Dearricott and Pai Rittichai for their leadership as Co-Acting CEOs during this period. A huge thanks also to the Juno Board, the management team, and all of the staff for their dedication and commitment to maintaining high-quality support services during this transition period.
We are delighted to have Tanya on board, and would also like to thank our partners, funders and the wider community for your continuing support of women and non-binary people experiencing homelessness and family violence as we continue to build upon 20 years of support, using and developing progressive and creative responses to homelessness, gendered poverty and trauma.