InTouch is a company limited by guarantee. We are governed by a constitution and an eminent Board of Directors chaired by Faye Spiteri.
Our board meets monthly and is comprised of a diverse array of individuals with backgrounds in business, law, HR, finance, communications and non-profit leadership.
Faye Spiteri is Chair of inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence.
Faye is a highly skilled strategist with extensive experience in leadership roles holding Executive Director and other positions across the public, corporate and third sectors.
In her roles she has worked with new commercial brands, start-ups, established charities, international NGOs, government agencies and Fortune 100 businesses.
She is a dedicated supporter of advancing human rights and gender equality.
Faye holds a Bachelor of Arts and Graduate Certificate in Public Relations and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Elizabeth Nunez has over 20 years experience in human resources and was instrumental in establishing best practice and award winning human resources frameworks during her career.
In her current role as National Human Resources Director at RSM Australia, her focus is on ensuring alignment with business goals and strategic direction.
Elizabeth has also worked at Pitcher Partners, Pacific Dunlop and Ansett. Her voluntary roles include Lifeline Counsellor and State President at the Australian Human Resources Institute.
Her formal education includes a Master of Learning and Development (Melbourne University), Bachelor of Business (RMIT), Executive HR Program (UCLA), Executive Development Program (MBS), Post Grad e-Learning (USQ).
She is also an Australian Institute of Human Resources (AHRI) Fellow.
Azmeena Hussain is the Deputy Chair of inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence and Deputy Chair of the Islamic Museum of Australia.
Azmeena is an Office Leader and Senior Associate at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. She acts for clients who have suffered injury, loss or damage in the course of their employment. She is an Accredited Specialist in personal injury law and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
She is a Trustee and Director of the Victoria Women’s Trust and an AFL Multicultural Ambassador. She is the Chair of Maurice Blackburn’s National Cultural Diversity Strategy and a passionate advocate for human rights.
She is an outgoing advisor to Victoria Police, Chief Commissioner’s Human Rights Strategic Advisory Committee, judge on the Australia Day Awards, Vice President of the Office for Women at the Islamic Council of Victoria and Director of the Southern Migrant Resource Centre.
In 2015 and 2017, she was awarded a Victorian Women’s Governance scholarship by the Victorian Government. Most recently, she has been listed in the prestigious Doyle’s Guide as a preeminent Australian personal injuries lawyer.
Nevein Versace is a senior executive with over 20 years’ of experience in the financial and professional services sectors, including board and committee work.
Nevein has held senior advisory and leadership roles at REA Group, Medibank, NAB, KPMG and ASIC. She brings a deep understanding of the challenges faced by heavily regulated service industries, and organisations that attract concentrated and unrelenting political, regulatory and community scrutiny.
Most recently, Nevein held the position of Strategic Advisor, Global Risk Management and Assurance for the REA Group. REA Group is a top 100 ASX listed company providing services in digital advertising and technology in the property sector.
Since joining inTouch in 2014, Nevein has also held the positions of Treasurer and Chair of the inTouch Audit and Risk Board Sub Committee.
Nevein’s professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy) and Master of Laws, from The University of Melbourne. She graduated the AICD Company Directors Course in 2012.
Nevein is passionate about health, education, social justice and providing leadership that inspires people and organisations to recognise and reach their full potential.
Alecia is passionate about social justice and how we can all play an active role in shaping and contributing to the communities in which we live.
Alecia is the Deputy CEO at the Foundation for Young Australians. In her role, Alecia is responsible for leading the team to deliver the strategic priorities of the organisation and working in collaboration with all team members to create a strong organisational culture.
Alecia works to diversify, grow revenue, deliver on financial performance and represent the organisation externally.
Alecia joined the Foundation for Young Australians team in 2012. During this time she also held the roles of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer.
Prior to her role at Foundation for Young Australians, Alecia was the Chief Operating Officer of Girl Guides Victoria, which is part of the largest organisation for girls and young women in the world.
Alecia is currently a non-executive director on the Board of Directors of YWCA Australia and Deputy Chair of the CPA Australia Public Sector and Not for Profit Committee.
Alecia has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Graduate Certificate in Management of Not for Profit Organisations. Alecia is a Fellow of CPA Australia.