Mr Basil Hanna
(08) 9290 1200
Basil has been the Chief Executive Officer for the past 11 years. He is an advocate for children and committed to making a difference for children who have suffered trauma from abuse by assisting with the growth of the work of Parkerville Children and Youth Care and by creating community awareness on the issues of abuse.
At 17 years of age, Basil commenced nursing and graduated as a general nurse and mental health nurse. He obtained a science degree after 15 years of nursing, then successfully graduated from Curtin with an MBA. Basil is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has worked in executive roles in health and welfare since 1990; worked as a National Quality Manager and Project Manager and owned his own consultancy, but has always returned to working with children. He considers working for children as the most important job you can do.
(08) 9391 1900
Director Therapeutic Services
Amanda is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Therapeutic Services and the George Jones Child Advocacy Centre at Parkerville Children and Youth Care. Amanda has worked at Parkerville since 2005 and began in a direct care role before taking on case management, programme management and senior psychology positions.
She has significant experience in the assessment and treatment of children and young people with complex abuse and trauma histories and providing complex assessments for children and young people living in foster care. Her area of expertise is working with and supporting children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse. Amanda also provides training to internal and external staff on numerous issues related to the care of children who have experienced abuse.
(08) 9290 1200
Director Out of Home Care Services
Jo Collins has been Director of Out of Home Care at Parkerville since 2012 and has extensive experience working in Child Protection in both Government and Non-Government for the past 13 years. Having commenced her career in South Hedland working with at-risk Indigenous youth, Jo developed a passion for working with vulnerable children and making a difference in their lives. On her return to Perth, she worked for the Department for Child Protection and Family Support in a variety of roles before coming to Parkerville. Jo has been a board member of the peak body for Children Youth and Families Agencies Association (CYFAA) for the past 2 years and has represented Parkerville on working groups to provide advice on the State’s Out of Home Care Reform. Jo has a BA (Psych) Hons and is currently completing her MBA at Curtin Graduate School of Business after winning a scholarship.
(08) 9235 7000
Director Corporate Services
Warren’s role involves senior management responsibility for the human resources, finance, information and communications technology and property management functions. He also oversees the operation of the Employment, Education and Training (EET Programme).
Warren has substantial experience as a senior manager of human resources, industrial relations and other corporate functions gained in the Commonwealth and State public sectors – working in Sydney, Canberra and Perth. Prior to joining Parkerville in 2012, his most recent role was as the Manager of Workforce Services for the Child and Adolescent Health Service (Princess Margaret Hospital) and the Women and Newborn Health Service (King Edward Memorial Hospital).