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PO Box 2031, Ellenbrook WA 6069

info@ellenbrookcollective.com.au

OUR COMMUNITY VALUES: 

Integrity|Engagement|Inclusion|Connection 

 
 

Meet The Team

Cate McCullough 

Chairperson

Meena Rabadia

Secretary

Krissy Angell

Treasurer

Matt Annakin

Vice Chair

Kevin Bailey

Operations & Logistics

Tim Clarke

Operations & Logistics

Committee Members

Heather Pepermens

TBA

Phil Pepermens

TBA

Fiona Annakin

TBA

Pritesh Hirani

Pritesh or Pete is a local business owner of Elite Euro Services located on the Broadway in Ellenbrook.  He is passionate about Ellenbrook and our diverse community and enjoys being part of the collective and making events happen.

Patty Jones

Patty has lived in Ellenbrook since 1998. She is a local business owner, a wife, a mum and a grandmother.  She has volunteered in the community since arriving in Australia 34 years ago.  Patty has run a not-for-profit talent school in Ellenbrook since 2002 and also runs the Swan City Youth Choir

Pat Benic

TBA

Janet Gibb

TBA

David McDonnell

David is passionate about community service provision, especially for younger community members.

David advocates for better planning outcomes in new developments throughout the City, leaving a lasting mark for future City of Swan ratepayers.

Tania Saggers-Clarke

Tania Saggers-Clarke is a proud resident of Ellenbrook and is an active member of the Ellenbrook Community and Advisory Group, Ellenbrook and Swan Chambers of Commerce, Ellenbrook Arts and assists with fundraising initiatives for other groups and locally with families in need, Cancer Council, Perth Homeless Group and the Harry Perkins Institute.  She is an Executive Manager with a not for profit organisation and loves working in the community care sector, particularly in the Aged Care and Disability services.

Monica Wright

Is a local resident and loves Ellenbrook.  She is a mum of four wonderful children and has seen first hand the amazing work that the collective does and enjoys being involved and making a difference.

Marnie Giroud

Is the Director of Eco Gecko - Environment & Design, a small business that plays in the areas of arts, environment and education.  As a trained artist, conversationist and educator, Marnie enjoys customising projects that merge all three areas.  Conservation Corner is a special area that Marnie manages for the Ellenbrook Community Collective at large community festivals in the Aveley and Ellenbrook areas.