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AAA has a small team of dedicated part-time staff located across Australia. At present our executive is located in New South Wales, however we operate in a virtual office space, to support national and international business.
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Matthew Hall


Matthew Hall has deep and diverse experience in the arts sector as well as 20 years of management experience. He has held senior leadership and executive management positions in a number of organisations, and has led in commercial and not-for-profit environments, chaired boards and sat on advisory committees.

Matthew has been Chair of the Brisbane Writers Festival and the Queensland Conservatorium within Griffith University, and a Board member of Queerscreen. He also played a key role in setting up the Namatjira Legacy Trust working with family and community in Alice Springs.

Matthew holds Bachelors of Arts and Laws and a Master of Laws, and has completed postgraduate studies at the Harvard Business School.

Matthew now lives in rural NSW in the historic village of Burrawang where he pursues his passion for landscape photography.

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Yvette Tulloch

Communications Manager

Yvette Tulloch has close to 10 years experience in communications. She has previously worked in the tertiary education sector in both corporate communications and university marketing, where she has developed extensive experience in writing, editing and publishing.

Yvette also has previous experience in the non-profit and international development sector, having spent a year volunteering in Fiji as the communications advisor for a women’s health clinic. While in Fiji, she also worked as the communications advisor on a national health awareness campaign aimed at educating children on Rheumatic Heart Disease.

Yvette holds a Master of Strategic Communication from the University of Western Australia.

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Sarah Houbolt

National Project Manager

Sarah Houbolt is an experienced international producer and arts leader, managing multi-artform presentations, community arts programs, arts and disability festivals, disability arts theatre, media opportunities, and conference events for governments and not for profits for over 15 years. She has worked in several countries on research, evaluation and access consultancy, including Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, UK, USA and continental Europe.

Sarah has worked in the wider disability advocacy and policy sector and digital access space for several years, with a career highlight of speaking at the United Nations on the rights of women and girls with disability. She has been on various Boards, including Queenslanders with Disability Network and SAMAG, and on several access and inclusion advisory committees. Sarah received the inaugural Arts Access Aotearoa Artistic Achievement Award, and the inaugural Australian Disability Leadership Institute Arts Award.

Sarah holds a Bachelor for both Social work and Arts (Politics and Sociology) from the University of Queensland. She was a finalist at the Sydney 2000 Paralympics, and a featured TEDx speaker.

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Lisa Beilby

Program Manager, Meeting Place 2021

Lisa Beilby has worked across the visual, new media and performing arts as an artist, curator, creative producer, designer and senior arts manager – extensively in cultural, not-for-profit sectors. Lisa is a trainer, in both university  and with arts-based professional development. She boasts significant design, visual arts and multi-media skills, touring, event/project management, applied in a variety of capacities in locations remote, regional and urban. 

Lisa is expert at advising on, managing and achieving funding. She assesses for Arts Queensland across all arts funding streams – previously also with the federal government’s Regional Arts Fund. 

Lisa has a strong interest in curating/producing creative projects within cultural development frameworks, recognising their importance as fabulous tools for stakeholder satisfaction – great for community, great for the cultural and wider sectors.

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Jo-Anne Jenkins

Finance Officer

Jo-Anne is a Qualified Accountant (ASIC/Corporations Act), Fellow of both the Institute of Public Accountants and the International Federation of Accountants, and holds a Master of Commerce (Professional Accounting) and an Advanced Diploma in Accounting.

Jo-Anne has been providing accounting and bookkeeping services for over 20 years to a broad range of businesses including Swaab Attorneys, Good Beginnings Australia – a national parenting and Children’s Charity (now Save the Children) and Oncology Children’s Foundation (now Kids Cancer Project).

Her passion is fostering, and Jo-Anne and her husband have fostered over 30 children in the past 28 years.

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