Alaina leads the teams philanthropic programmes with an extensive background in community education, criminology and criminal justice reform, financial management and risk analysis projects, complemented by both industry and academic research experience.

She is regarded as one of Australia’s goto authorities on current and evolving NFP legislation, psychosocial factors, socio-economic disadvantage challenges and the associated community services sectors requirements, which are ever evolving.

Alaina teaches Criminology and Psychology at several Australian Universities and holds a number of foundation and board functions in science, culture and Australian charities.

Her Foundation colleagues consider her an incredible mind in the NFP field and she puts that to good work with her community education efforts and honest approach.