Meet The Team
Board of Directors
Terry is a Chartered Tax Advisor, a fellow Public Accountant and a Chartered Secretary. He has over 25 years of experience in the Accounting / Tax industry and has worked with clients of different profiles. Holding licences to work in taxation, company secretarial, and finance he carries a vast knowledge that is very beneficial to his clients. Over his career he has been involved in training accountants and in mentoring businesses and has worked with many young budding accountants in guiding their career pathway.
He is also the founder of this organisation and is very passionate about finding ways to reduce and or remove homelessness from our society and founded this organisation with the hope that it will help him achieve his goal.
Having just graduated from James Cook University in North Queensland, Tarren
is currently undertaking his internship at the new Sunshine Coast University
Hospital, Queensland. He completed his primary and secondary education at
Haileybury College (Melbourne), before moving to sunny north Queensland to
begin medical school in 2012.
Throughout school and university life Tarren has been very involved in
student life, applying for and attaining numerous leadership positions. This has
culminated in him being elected to hold the office of Treasurer and Executive
Director of the Australian Medical Students Association (AMSA) in 2017.
As a freshly minted junior doctor, Tarren is extremely excited to get involved in
day to day jobs of patient centred hospital care that an intern is responsible for.
Whilst internal management and health economic/politics are certainly of great
interest to Tarren he has dreams of one day working as a critical care specialist
in either the emergency department or intensive care unit.
Incorporating the practice with Jerry Belleli in 1985.
Prior to founding our firm, Brendan spent 9 years as a Court Registrar. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and in 2000 completed a Master of Laws majoring in Family law also from Monash University. Brendan is admitted as to practice as a barrister and solicitor.
Brendan practices in all areas of law and has a particular interest in family law, crime and small business commercial disputes. He is also a skilled advocate and has appeared for the firm’s clients in various courts and tribunals including the Family Court of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, the Supreme Court of Victoria, the Magistrates Courts of Victoria and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
In his spare time, Brendan sits on the board of Ties for Lives and Somebody’s Child charities. He has volunteered at Mentone Community Legal Service for over 20 years. He is also a musician and enjoys competing in endurance sports including long distance running, mountain biking, triathlons and much more. Coming from a multicultural background, Brendan speaks French, Greek and Italian.
Business Owner, specialist within the print arena.
Born & Educated in England, immigrated as a family in 1981 to Australia.
Entered an Apprenticeship within the Print Industry, was fortunate enough to achieve Victorian apprentice of the Year every year of his Apprenticeship, which made it quite clear, that this was his career path.
Steuart has been in the commercial world of print for 30+ years. He has been a Director of his own Print Business for the 6 years, until a major player within the print industry in Melbourne came knocking on the door to purchase the successful Business.
Since then he has been consulting & working within the industry in various roles while running “Katash” - a Print management company that has allowed him the flexibility to balance his work / life environment.
Steuart is known in the industry as a successful, ethical and hardworking individual. Family orientated father and grandfather.
Dr Cynthia Davis is a clinical and Corporate Psychologist and Emotional
Intelligence (EQ) Business coach. As facilitator of Mindwise, Dr Davis offers a
comprehensive approach to the transformation of individuals, families, groups
Bachelor of Education (Major in English Literature, Triple Minor in Psychology,
Theology, Linguistics) Avondale College, NSW 1982
Bachelor of Arts (Hons). University of Melbourne(1984-1987). Completion of
Psychology subjects only.
Post-Graduation Diploma in Applied Psychology. Chisholm Institute of
Associate Diploma in Speech and Drama. Trinity College London (1982)
Master of Science. Psychiatry Department, Faculty of Medicine, University of
Melbourne/Austin Hospital (1990). Thesis Topic: Psychological variation in
Benzodiazepine withdrawal in Panic Disorder patients.
Doctorate of Philosophy. Department of Psychiatry, Faculty in Medicine,
University of Melbourne/Austin Hospital/Royal Melbourne Hospital (1995)
Thesis Topic: Psychological Intervention for Cardiac Surgery patients.
Professional Memberships and Registrations
Psychology Board of Australia.
Member Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)
Endorsed as a Member of the College of Clinical Psychologists of the Australian
Member of the Christianity and Psychology Interest Group (CAPIG) of the APS.
Graduated from Monash University in 1994 with MBBS. He embarked in a surgical career at the Alfred and Austin Hospitals in Melbourne. He also worked as a Rural Generalist in NSW for 11 years.
Elected past Vice-President/President of Rural Doctors Association of NSW, Elected to the Warrumbungle Shire as a Local government councillor (NSW) from 2008-2012 with third highest votes.
Appointed to the Rural Doctors Network (NSW) board for 6 years.
Clinical lecturer at Rural Medical School University of Sydney.
Other interests include owning and managing a Angus Cattle breeding farm in Gulgong NSW (Haromi Ranch)
Owns and operates a state of the art Medical Centre in Camberwell, Victoria (Highfield Park Medical Centre). Specialising in Skin Cancer Medicine/Surgery.
Also works part-time as an Emergency Medical Officer, John Fawkner Private Hospital, admission rights to Cotham Private Hospital, Kew.
Elected/appointed as the Victorian Director of Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
Appointed in the Health and Ageing Forum Committee of the Liberal Party, Victoria. Elected as a Federal councillor of the Liberal Party from Kooyong, 2013.
Attended National Cervical Screen Program, Renewal Steering Committee, ACRRM. Representative February 2014 (RACGP-Melbourne)
Appearance in National and local media on Rural Health, including SBS Insight-fixing public hospitals, ABC Landline.
Rotarian, Rotary Club of Hawthorn 2014.
Board Member, Victoria Board of the Medical Board of Australia 2014-2018.