Lisa Linton-Community Development Manager
If there’s a theme that ties together the work that Lisa brings to the Manager Community Development at the RCNH it’s her experience and commitment to bringing the best out in individuals and communities. With over 30 years experience working with young people, community leaders and community organisations, Lisa works by helping communities identify and acknowledge the assets they already have and then to build on these in the creation of communities that can look after themselves. She has served on three Boards and run a not for profit organisation as well as having worked at Council, Community Health and Youth Organisations.
Celia Spykers- Co ordinator
Celia moved to the Macedon Ranges in 2012, as she wanted to raise her son in a community similar to one she was raised in. Celia brings over 17 years experience within the Not for Profit (NFP) and disability sectors. Community education, promoting and advocating inclusive communities are a passion of Celia’s. Celia has also worked within the timetabling department at Swinburne University, managing ad hoc and event bookings across the five campuses. More recently she has managed the Gisborne Oaks Market.