Currently the charity employs 5 people to support the development and growth of the charity. The charity also has a number of volunteer roles and is in fact dependent on volunteers at its key events to help raise funds for neuroblastoma research.
After finishing her HSC , Michele did a three year Management Cadetship with Grace Bros/Myer in conjunction with completing an Advanced Management Certificate at Tafe. Michele has had numerous management roles with Myer and David Jones for thirteen years.
Jody’s professional background was in marketing and customer training and education, primarily in the software industry. As an active mother of two boys (10 & 13), she took time off when they were small, trained to become a running coach and has enjoyed coaching runners for the past several years.
Lucy is focused on driving change neuroblastoma survival rates through more research, having tragically lost her daughter Sienna to this cancer in 2010. When Sienna was first diagnosed, Lucy started fundraising with a small group of friends. The group 'Sienna Hoffmann and friends' raised over $725 000 for the Children’s Cancer Institute.