How We Are Organized



My name is Mandy Jolley, and I am the Founder and Director of SHINE, Inspire Achieve Belong Inc.  I am the current Lead Facilitator at Geraldton Senior College.

My vision is to see SHINE grow across the state so we can continue to impact and change young girls lives. I am committed to this vision and will always fight for our forgotten victims.





Miriam Stanborough is a chemical engineer with 16 years’ experience in the minerals processing industry. She is currently Innovation Manager with Iluka Resources Ltd and has previously held roles in Technical Development, Production Management, Business Improvement, HR & Diversity Strategy, Project Management and Sales & Marketing.

She holds additional degrees in Arts and Mineral Economics and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Miriam has sat on two primary school boards and is a firm believer in the power of education to overcome social disadvantage.



Regional Development Australia Midwest Gascoyne - Executive Officer: Alan Bradley is an experienced and forward thinking professional who has been working in the public and community sector across a range of natural resource management agencies and community groups. Alan was for the last five years the Chief Executive Officer of a community group in the region delivering a $40M Natural Resource Management program covering all aspects of NRM.
Specialties Water Management, Waste Management, Statutory Enforcement, Program Management, Governance, Economic Development.


Board Members

Paul Stone

Paul is a PMP® and MBA qualified General Manager with over twenty-five (25) years’ experience gained in the offshore/onshore oil and gas industry in the UK, Europe, Australia, Asia and the Middle East. Paul’s previous roles span engineering, project management, business development, and operational/general management; he holds degrees in Business Administration, Project Management, and Engineering, and is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. His core competencies include; the development and delivery of strategic objectives, strategic planning and budgeting, the application of advanced risk management principles, innovative proposal development and tendering networking and relationship building with key decision makers, and agile project delivery and execution. In addition to being on the Board of Shine, Paul is the Deputy Chairman of an Independent Public (Primary) School, a Non-Executive Director of an NFP organisation in the Disability Services Sector and has recently been appointed to the Board of Governors at the Petroleum Club of Western Australia (PCWA).



Erin Bethel

Erin Bethel is a senior solicitor with experience in the practice areas of both employment and commercial law. Erin is currently a Principal Solicitor for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (Inc) and has previously worked as an in-house solicitor within the construction and resources sector.

She was appointed to the Board of SHINE in 2014 and is proud to continue her association with an organisation that supports objectives she is very passionate about. Erin is also a delegate of the CEOs for Gender Equity.


Jessica Barber

Jessica Barber holds a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University in Canada. She joined BHP Billiton in January 2009 prior to which she gained experience in mining operations, financial modeling, and mine planning in a variety of different commodities and locations throughout North America. From 2009 to 2016 Jessica worked with the production planning, mining execution, mobile maintenance, processing production and transformation teams across BHP Billiton Iron Ore. In 2011 aged 29, Jessica was appointed BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s first female Mining Manager at its Mt Whaleback Mine in the Pilbara.

Jessica is experienced in managing large-scale residential and FIFO mine sites. Her people leadership and management skills were recognised in 2014 when she was chosen as one of a small team of Business Transformation Leaders whose coaching of management teams in cost reduction extracted 31% of recurrent costs while continuing to safely increase production.

Jessica has demonstrated, particularly to young women that glass ceilings can be broken and that career progression is open to anyone, as long as they are prepared to work hard and commit.

Trish O'Reilly

Trish is the CEO of AAMIG, the leading member association supporting the Australian resource industry operating in Africa. In this role, she is responsible for developing the strategic direction of the organisation and building strong alliances among members including the resource sector, governments, NGOs and academia.

A key focus of her role is developing high-level relationships between African and Australian governments and being the voice of industry moving forward with Australian-African dialogue.

Trish has over 30 years’ experience in social policy, operating at high levels in state government and the NGO sector.
Trish has worked extensively throughout Africa, Australia, and England and advised governments on various strategy and policy development initiatives to support social justice issues.

Jorgen Mackie

Jorgen Mackie is an experienced and focused professional senior manager with proven success in Senior Management / Executive roles within the Community Services sector. Currently, his role within The Smith Family ensures effective planning, management, and consistency with Community Development activities across Western Australia as the Community Development Manager WA.

When working previously with organisations, his roles included performance management in target driven environments, corporate governance, and operational management skills. He is accomplished in the management, mentoring and training of staff and with a wealth of experience and versatility in community services, spanning a career of over 18 years.

Jorgen sits on several school boards and is currently the Chair of Roseworth Primary school board where he strives to create opportunities for young West Australians in need by providing long-term support for their participation in education.