Community Gateway are a group of people who genuinely care. We provide services such as respite, in-home care, transport assistance, cleaning services, outings for aged people and disability support, just to name a few!
We place great importance on providing services and supports that promote wellness and are developed based on the premise that, even with age, chronic illness or disability, people generally have the desire and ability to make gains in their physical, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing and lead a meaningful and fulfilling life.
Community Gateway staff take the time to truly know and understand our clients and what is most important to them, enabling us to form meaningful connections, based on a solid foundation of support, trust and openness.
Our Strategic Plan
Our Commitment to you
We will be flexible and creative in our approach and have a
‘CAN DO’ attitude
Actively listen with empathy and an open mind
We will speak and act with honesty and transparency
In all our communication we will be timely, open and respectful
We will actively work together to create a collaborative environment
We will take ownership of what we do to deliver quality service outcomes
Our Board Members
Jan Wetherall is a Registered Nurse/Case Manager with over 30 years experience working in the community sector specialising in aged and disability care. Jan is passionate about high quality person centred support for people with disability and the aged which is why she joined the Community Gateway Board. Jan has served on the Community Gateway Board for nine years and is the current Chairperson
Jennifer Gregory (GAICD) is currently an Executive Manager in Organisational Development for a public sector water utility and former General Manager Human Resources of the John Holland Group. Jenny brings over 30 years’ experience in management, senior management and executive positions in public sector not for profit and ASX listed companies across a range of industries, including water, rail, construction, engineering and infrastructure, heavy manufacturing, FMCG, power and telecommunications in Australia and overseas. In so doing, Jenny has driven change; implemented major project turnarounds; developed and improved organisational capability used to significant advantage across China, parts of Asia and the Pacific. Jenny has extensive experience in workplace reform, sustainable change management and people and culture organisational transformation. She is a Rotarian and holds tertiary qualifications in human resources and agriculture.
Felix Aasa is a retired accountant and real estate agent. He has held a number of financial and accounting roles in employment including Financial Controller for a family owned business. He served on the board of a prominent aged care facility in Southern Sydney for 15 years and as a mentor and director of a youth outreach centre for Project Youth, Miranda Police, PCYC Sutherland and Caringbah Baptist Church.
George Lymbers is a senior leader in Technology and Business Operations with a Degree in Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration. He is passionate about leading and driving organisational change to create significant business impact and believes that we can inspire exceptional care and wellbeing through the use of innovative technologies in the administration and delivery within Health and Aged Care Services.
Narelle Hawken is a Chief Operating Officer in the legal industry and has over fifteen years of experience managing all business functions from a strategic, operational, financial, HRM and commercial perspective. Narelle is passionate about creating a cultural, ethical and equally diverse environment that is collaborative and safe. Working as the conduit between all stakeholders she ensures productive, cooperative, and mutually respectful relationships flourish and grow. She is near completion of her MBA and is a FIML, MAICD, MAHRI, enabling her to bring her knowledge and strengths to the board.