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Warren Strange
Executive Officer

Warren joined knowmore in May 2013 as the Principal Lawyer.  He was appointed as the Executive Officer in 2015.  Prior to joining knowmore, Warren held senior roles with the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC), where he led the Misconduct Team, and with Legal Aid Queensland, leading its Criminal Law Division. Warren has extensive experience working in and leading inter-agency collaborations and multi-disciplinary teams of lawyers and non-lawyers.  He is also a member of the Queensland Advisory Council.

Josie Web

Director

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Prue Gregory
Principal Lawyer

Prue commenced with knowmore in June 2013 and was appointed as Principal Lawyer in 2017.  Prue has worked with disadvantaged communities in the inner city and the south west of Sydney for the past 20 years. Prior to joining knowmore Prue was the Principal Solicitor at Macarthur Community Legal Centre in Campbelltown. In October 2017 Prue was awarded the 2017 Justice Medal by the NSW Law and Justice Foundation. 

Cameron Nguyen

Director

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Amanda Whelan
Director, Client Services

Amanda joined knowmore in 2015 and was appointed as the Director, Client Services in 2018. A social worker by qualification and with more than 20 years’ experience working with vulnerable communities impacted by trauma in both Western Australia and Queensland, Amanda is co-leader of knowmore’ s national service delivery alongside the Principal Lawyer. A key function of Amanda’s role is to work with all managers to ensure knowmore delivers a multidisciplinary, trauma-informed, culturally safe legal service to our clients, and to lead knowmore’s wellbeing and resilience strategies for staff.

Cameron Nguyen

Director

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Nick Hudson

Director, Strategic Engagement

Nick is joining knowmore in May 2019 in this new role. Nick has been the Executive Officer of the Barwon Community Legal Service, based in Geelong, for the past ten years. Nick has also been involved in state and national CLC peak bodies having been Chair of the Federation of Community Legal Services (Victoria) and a Director of the National Association of Community Legal Centres. 

Cameron Nguyen

Director

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Peter Bermingham 

Director, Corporate Services

Prior to knowmore (May 2018) Peter worked as the Chief Operating Officer for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. Peter joined knowmore in late April 2019 and in his role as Director, Corporate Services manages Finance, HR, IT&C and our facilities. Peter is a CPA, holds a BA in Accounting, and

Cameron Nguyen

Director

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Dean Bell

Manager, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Team

Dean is a descendent of the Ngunawal Aboriginal peoples of the Yass/Canberra region. Dean joined the original knowmore team in 2013, he has had extensive experience in government and Community Engagement roles where he has played a key role in encouraging the delivery of culturally safe and respectful services.

Bryce Vaughn

Director

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Australian Government funded
community-based support services

Since the announcement of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse there has been increased demand for support services. The Australian Government wants to provide support to those affected by the Royal Commission and those engaging with the National Redress Scheme, when it commences in 2018, so the Department of Social Services (DSS) is funding a range of services, including counselling, case management, advice and support.

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