SHINE’s Governance

SHINE Inspire Achieve Belong is an Incorporated Association, established under the Associations Incorporations Act 2015. A not-for-profit organisation, SHINE is also a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission (ACNC).

Our committed Board of Management comprises four to nine volunteer members who possess a broad range of skills and expertise relevant to the objectives of our organisation, including representation from business, the community sector and the education community.

The Board is responsible for administering SHINE according to the rules of the Association, known as the Constitution.

Click here to view SHINE’s Incorporation Certificate and here to view SHINE’s Incorporated Constitution (the Rules).

SHINE’s Board of Management

Chair Miriam Stanborough

Miriam Stanborough is a chemical engineer and is currently is Group Manager of Productivity & Innovation Manager with Monadelphous . Miriam holds additional degrees in Arts and Mineral Economics and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Passionate about education as a means to alleviating social disadvantage, Miriam has experience on a number of not-for-profit and government boards.

Treasurer Alan Bradley

Alan is the General Manager/Strategic Lead at Pollinators Inc. a member-based social enterprise supporting social entrepeneurs and innovators to build healthy and resilient communities.  Alan is a founding SHINE Board member and has experience in regional development and Natural Resource Management .

Director Jorgen Mackie

Jorgen is an experienced senior manager with proven success in senior management and executive roles within the Community Services Sector. Jorgen sits on several WA school boards.

Director Amanda Jolly

Founder of SHINE and Lead Facilitator, Mandy has a diploma in Community Services, a Certificate 1 in Counselling & Youth Work, and extensive training in mental health, suicide prevention and sexual assault. Prior to her work with SHINE, Mandy worked as a counsellor in a local women’s refuge.  Mandy is also a qualified hairdresser having worked in the industry for 30 years.

Secretary Jill Jamieson

Jill has over 15 years executive and management experience in WA’s tertiary education sector, most recently as the CEO of a large metropolitan TAFE college. She is an experienced leader with a track record of managing change, driving innovation and fostering a values-driven culture. A graduate and current member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Jill also sits on the board of the Rise Community Network.