The Executive


       Tony Robinson








Recognised by his peers for his accomplishments in marketing. Tony served with management distinction in a number of companies including Solahart and as Marketing Director for George Weston Foods before becoming a private consultant. An accomplished writer, a talent reinforced by his abilities as a dimensional, lateral thinker.

       Pam Morriss







Pam Morriss was been a resident of the mid-west of WA for the past 17 years, where she ran a successful olive farm, before coming to Vasse for her retirement. In her working life she has also been employed for a doctors practice and fulfilled the  role as secretary for an Olive Association. Her experience and administrative abilities are welcomed in her role as secretary.

       Lien Nguyen:







Lien is an intuitive communications planner experienced in business and strategic planning. Her expertise is derived from business development, advertising, branding and creative campaign development. Passionate, with eight years in the strategy planning industry, Lien has been Marketing Manager of Perth Glory Football Club. She is a Strategic Planner and holds a double major in marketing and accounting.

       N/V CEO:
       Rilla Beresford







Rilla joined the Busselton Family Centre in 2004. From its inception, the Centre has always operated on the Family Centre Model and Rilla’s influence has always been a central focus of the Centre’s mandate. She has a strong background in business management and has worked extensively with associations and community groups throughout her career.. Rilla possesses the communication skills to build strong relationships with service providers and the public alike.


       Past President:
       Gloria Kesby







A Busselton resident since 1998, Gloria’s connection with The People Place began in 2004 as a community member. In 2005 she became a board member. Her continued representation on the Board since then has meant she has held the position as chairperson and general member, allowing her to witness the evolution that has taken place from the early days of an uncertain future, to the present day of growing prosperity. Over 14 years she has attended workshops and conferences and her knowledge and skills a wealth of experience to .



     Toni Monro

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Chris Masterman

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       Michelle Stobbie







Michelle moved to Busselton with her family in 1986 and became a single mother in 1996, before meeting her now husband.  Now a mother of 3 with identical twin girls in 2006, her husband is a FIFO worker.  She attended playgroup with her twins and served on the Busselton Family Playgroup Committee for 3 years with the girls attended the now ceased Fun 4s Program.  Michelle has extensive experience and qualifications in administration and accounting.  She is also the volunteer treasurer for Aces Netball Club.