Br. Donald Campbell
Brother Donald is an Anglican priest and Franciscan brother who has been President of the EPIC Board since 1999. Brother Donald has 10 years’ experience in Rehabilitation Coordination and Counselling, working alongside people injured in accidents. Prior to this he was involved with community development work in a state housing suburb, and has helped set up a food co-op and a credit union.
Brother Donald’s passion to see people and communities develop and thrive underpins everything he does, and it is this drive that has seen him remain in the role of President for almost 2 decades.
Michael has been an integral force in leading EPIC to where it is today. Michael became EPIC’s first CEO in 1998, and remained in that role for 8 years. In 2006, Michael became a member of EPIC’s Board, where he has served as both Treasurer and Vice President.
Michael has 45 years’ experience in financial and general management positions, having worked in 4 different countries. Michael’s passion for helping those in need was sparked through his service to overseas governments, where he supported socioeconomic development in aid-assisted countries and human services focused on disadvantaged people.
An accountant by trade, Bill’s career has taken him around the world. He has worked at a major accounting firm in Australia and England, held senior management positions across a range of industries, and spent 7 years in the Middle East.
Bill’s family ties with disability inspire a sustained interest and stake in the disability employment services sector. After connecting with EPIC in Brisbane in 2010, Bill identified a strong shared value system and joined the EPIC Board, before taking on the role of CEO in 2014. Bill is passionate about raising society’s expectations around disability, and believes everyone has the right to work.
Alastair is a solicitor, LLB (Hons) from the University of Edinburgh. He is a Partner in the Scottish legal firm, Lindsays and heads Lindsays’ Charity and Social Enterprise Group.
Alastair is accredited as a specialist in charity law by the Law Society of Scotland and is Convenor of the Law Society of Scotland‘s Charity Accreditation Panel. He is also a Notary Public and member of the Society of Writers to her Majesty’s Signet.
Alastair has been advising charity and not for profit clients, including some of Scotland’s largest charities for more than 25 years, focusing particularly on the corporate aspects of charity law including corporate governance, constitutional issues and charity reorganisation. Alastair is a regular speaker and chair of charity conferences and events and is regularly published in newspapers and the charity press.
Keith has management experience with a number of large financial institutions and spent time as a self-employed businessman. For the past 18 years, he has been a member of the EPIC Executive Team. In 2006, Keith became CEO and led EPIC through a period of immense growth and change. Upon stepping down and assuming his current role in 2013, he has split his time between EPIC’s Australian and European offices.
Keith is currently involved in various projects across Europe, including programs for long-term unemployed youth, people with disability and minorities including the Roma community.