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About Millie Zhang
Millie joined Achieve Australia in 2016 and has worked in a number of roles within the organisation. Millie first worked as a Social Educator in Achieve’s community and lifestyle day programs before supporting clients with complex needs in the role of Behaviour Support Coordinator. She then moved into the area of Support Coordination and has led the team at Achieve since December 2017.
Millie holds a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and Master of Criminology. She has a special interest in working with children and young people as well as people from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
About Billie Le
Billie has worked at Achieve Australia since 2017. Billie was a Social Educator in Achieve’s community and lifestyle day programs before joining the Support Coordination team. Previously, Billie worked as a Vocational Consultant at Rehabilitation Services.
Billies holds a Bachelor of Science and Psychology and has a special interest in the area of children’s services and early intervention supports.
Roland Zilong Ma
About Roland Zilong Ma
Roland has worked at Achieve Australia since 2014. Prior to joining the Support Coordination team in 2017, Roland worked as a Social Educator at Achieve. Previously, he also worked for Western Sydney Public Health.
Roland holds and Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Public Health. He has a special interest in helping participants and families build up their confidence and abilities to better utilise funding under the NDIS.
About Chiara O’Neill
I have been with Achieve Australia for two and a half years in during that time have been a Social Educator, Team Leader of a day service, and have been a Support Coordinator since December.
My favourite Signature Behaviour is “Listen, create, deliver and repeat” as it’s important to listen to participants and to create and deliver services that will help them to achieve their goals. I love seeing the participants grow more confident in voicing what it is they want to achieve and having choice and control over who provides services for them.
Fun Fact: I’m currently writing a book set in Europe during WW2.
About Tamara Junghans
Tamara joined Achieve Australia in January 2018 as a Support Coordinator. Previously, Tamara worked as a Support Worker and Transition to Work Program Advisor at Northcott and in administration and procurement for NTT Communications.
Tamara holds a Bachelor of Health Science (Therapeutical Recreational Therapies) and is passionate about assisting and supporting people with disability to achieve their goals in life.
About Louise Colnan
Louise has more than 25 years of experience working at Achieve Australia and providing support services for people with disability and their families. Louise has worked across numerous areas of the organisation as a Social Educator, Community Living Manager, Drop-in Support Coordinator, Family Liaison Officer, Social Networked and Disability Employment Services Consultant.
Louise joined the Support Coordination team in 2016 and holds a Bachelor of Education (Humanities).
About Erin Turner
Erin has been with Achieve Australia for more than 10 years working on numerous projects and in various roles, including management and Support Coordination.
Erin holds a Master of Human Services Management and Policy, Graduate Diploma in Human Services, and Diploma in Business Management. She enjoys working closely with participants and seeing the positive impact of the NDIS.
About Rachel Lui
Rachel joined Achieve Australia in October 2018 as a Support Coordinator. Previously, Rachel held the role of Support Worker at Acquired Brain Injury Australia and worked in a specialist law firm in the area of children’s law and child protection. In 2018, she completed a six-month research project focused on problem gambling and child abuse within Chinese communities in Australia.
Rachel holds a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) and has a special interest in disability law, human rights and adoption.