As the founder and chairman of the Fair Go Australia (FGA) Foundation, which raises funds that allow marginalised children develop their abilities into talents, John leads the CPF team in creating multiple business models that leverage strategic management, human resource development and business development practices into creating learning, skills development and training opportunities for people who just need a “fair go” in realising their independence, personal value, autonomy and prosperity.

John brings to CPF his extensive experience in executive leadership and in teaching and learning. As an educator, John developed and ran the middle school at Villanova College and was also Managing Director of an innovative housing company.

He is Managing Director (Australia) of VIVATICKET, a leading global ticketing and CRM solutions company selling over 500 million tickets every year in over 40 countries. He is also Vice President of the Cromwell Property Group Foundation, which supports the research of illnesses in people who are 50+ years of age amongst many other worthwhile causes.

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As director of TT Project Services, Tim plays a key role in strategic development for CPF with his significant and extensive experience in construction projects and critical thinking on the job.

Evidencing his strong leadership in project management, as well as his personal and technical skill, Tim was recognised by the Australian Institute of Building as Construction Professional of the Year in both 2009 and 2015. He was Project Director and Managing Contractors Representative in the Queensland Children’s Hospital (South Brisbane) project for Lendlease.

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Mr Luke Rowlinson :: co-founder  / previous director CPF PL, currently director ROWLINSON ARCHITECTS PTY LTD (RA)

Principal for Rowlinson Architects Pty Ltd and past director of CPF PL, FGA Board Member, Luke partners with CPF on pipeline development, design direction and project delivery capability for CPF.

Leveraging his professional competency, capability and experience in the full complement of architectural services, analysis, design and detailing, rapid prototyping, CAD/CAM robotics/CNC, offsite manufacturing pathways, team and stakeholder management, he studiously marries architectural design and building process with optimised social enterprise outcomes (ie, environmental, social, community and special needs). He is committed to making Living Housing Australia (LHA) and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Special Disability Accommodation (SDA) services housing design and assessment more functional and attractive for clients, neighbours and everyone else.

As a registered architect in Queensland with executive leadership experience in a range of businesses, Luke played a key role in the design and development of the Lendlease Yarrabilba ‘ Sustainable Home’ version one and two, which set a new benchmarks with 8.9 and 9.3 nine star energy ratings in affordable housing stock – “… a sweet spot in the Venn diagram between the areas of environmental, social and economic sustainability”. He recently co-designed two projects for Spicers Resorts and Polyform Constructions Pty Ltd that “designed-in” social enterprise pathways to secure more jobs for struggling Australians residents who needed skills recognition, training, a job – and a great next step to a sustainable and productive career pathway in the construction sector.

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