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Our People2019-12-04T13:42:56+00:00

Dusseldorp Forum’s small, dedicated Sydney Office Team are supported by an experienced Board and guided by the values, principles and practices of our founder GJ Dusseldorp.

OUR FOUNDER

After 30 years at the helm of his group of companies, Lend Lease Corporation, Gerardus Jozef (GJ) Dusseldorp’s final address as Chairman at the 1988 AGM summed up his business beliefs.

He reflected that “caring” and “sharing” in industry had a powerful impact. “Caring, of itself desirable, also pays.” While his business acumen was legendary, Dusseldorp’s achievements are characterised by his determination not only to succeed but to also share the benefits of that success.

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OUR BOARD

Tjerk (Jack) Dusseldorp OAM
Tjerk (Jack) Dusseldorp OAM
Jack is Chairman of the Forum. His vast career includes the NSW Law Foundation, Evatt Foundation, the Office of Youth Affairs, NSW TAFE Commission, Australian Student Traineeship Foundation, WorldSkills International and the WorldSkills Foundation. In 2000, he received the Order of Australia Medal for services to education and community.
Lindie Clark
Lindie Clark
Lindie is Deputy Chair of the Forum and Director of Macquarie University’s Professional and Community Engagement program. She has worked for the Commonwealth Government in the employment, industrial relations and health portfolios and holds a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University. She is the author of ‘Finding a Common Interest: The story of Dick Dusseldorp and LendLease.’
Teya Dusseldorp
Teya Dusseldorp
Teya is Executive Director of the Forum. She worked formerly as a lawyer with the Australian Human Rights Commission as an advisor to the Federal Race Discrimination Commissioner and with the National Inquiry into the Stolen Generations. 
She holds degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney and a Master of Arts from UTS.
Tom Dusseldorp
Tom Dusseldorp
Tom is a marketing executive in the private sector and joined the Dusseldorp Forum Board in 2010. Tom has grown up with the Forum and has taken an active role in many of its projects over the years including early WorldSkills competitions and the ‘Skills Across the World’ building initiative in Africa. He has an Arts degree from UNSW and a number AFA marketing certifications.
Charlee-Sue Frail
Charlee-Sue Frail
Charlee-Sue joined the Board in 2019 and sits as Co-Chair of the Lendlease’s RAP Advisory and on Sydney Swans and Giants RAP committees. She’s a graduate of ANU with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Political Science and Anthropology and is studying her Masters of Public Policy at UNSW. She was also Manager of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement for Recognise.
James Hooke
James Hooke
James joined the Board in 2019 and is the current CEO of Atlas Arteria. Previously he was the CEO of Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation in New York and served in senior management positions in Australia with Fairfax Media Limited, Bain & Company and Phillips Fox Solicitors. James has a Bachelor of Arts and Laws degree and is the author of three books.
Donna Doyle
Donna Doyle
Donna joined the Board in 2016 as an educator with 25 years experience working with students who’ve found it difficult to engage with traditional educational providers. She is founder of Educate Up, providing institutions with programs to develop students’ literacy skills. Donna worked for 15 years in remote Aboriginal communities developing and delivering community- based programs.

OUR TEAM

Teya Dusseldorp
Teya Dusseldorp
Teya is Executive Director of the Forum. She worked formerly as a lawyer with the Australian Human Rights Commission as an advisor to the Federal Race Discrimination Commissioner and with the National Inquiry into the Stolen Generations. 
She holds degrees in Arts and Law from the University of Sydney and a Master of Arts from UTS.
Margot Beach
Margot Beach
Margot is General Manager of the Forum and has worked in the community services sector for the past 30 years. She has experience in senior and executive management positions within both government and NFP’s in early years education, child protection, disability services and aged care. Her commitment is to engage with compassion, mindfulness and respect.
Jessica Wilson
Jessica Wilson
Jess is Project Manager at the Forum. Jess holds a Bachelor of Psychology majoring in HR as well as her Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She previously worked in the corporate sector in human resources and executive support roles. She enjoys working closely with people and is passionate about organisational development, particularly capacity building, team culture and wellbeing.
Rachel Fyfe
Rachel Fyfe
Rachel is the Communications Manager at the Forum and has worked in NFP communications for over 16 years. She has a Bachelor of International Studies and previously worked for Chain of Hope UK, Royal Flying Doctor Service and Foresight Australia. Rachel’s experience is with health projects in rural and remote Australia, Mozambique, Jamaica, Philippines and Solomon Islands.
Kelly Randle
Kelly Randle
Kelly is Finance Officer at Dusseldorp Forum and principal of Eye For Detail Bookkeeping. She is a certified bookkeeper, accountant and BAS agent and has over 10 years’ experience working with a range of clients across the financial services, legal and not for profit sectors. Kelly is a passionate finance professional who enjoys a varied role and thrives on trouble shooting and problem solving for her clients.
Skye Mortimer
Skye Mortimer
Skye is the Admin Assistant at Dusseldorp and is currently undertaking an undergraduate degree at Sydney University majoring Psychology. Skye’s Year 12 Script Walama Muru was selected for On Stage and depicts the struggle of cultural identity for Indigenous children in care. Skye was invited to speak at the 2018 Deadly Awards where her speech highlighted the importance of Indigenous children being provided with opportunity. Skye is passionate about bringing about a better now for Indigenous youth and communities.

Dusseldorp Forum acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we work and live.
We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.