About Us

Our Board

Catholic Homes is an incorporated association and recognised as a charitable institution. 

The organisation is governed by a Board with each member bringing a unique range of complementary skills and expertise to the organisation including marketing, finance, legal, and property management together with the responsibility of representing the Archbishop of Perth and Bishop of Bunbury.

The Board performs a vital role in the organisation including:

  • Development of the organisation’s strategic plans, aims, objectives and goals.
  • Ensuring that the organisation’s structure, operations and legal and regulatory framework of the sector and in line with the Constitution of the Association and best practice Governance;
  • Promoting and developing the organisation in order for it to grow and maintain relevance within the marketplace;
  • Maintaining sound financial management of the organisation’s resources, ensuring expenditure is in line with the organisation’s mission and values;
  • Approving the annual budget and monitoring the financial performance of organisation;
  • Ensuring the effective and efficient administration through sustainable leadership practices within the organisation.

John Ogilvie

Chairperson

John is the Financial Administrator for the Catholic Diocese of Bunbury a position he has held since relocating with his family from Perth more than a decade ago.

Marina Re

Deputy Chairperson

Marina is Chief Executive Officer of Identitywa, an outreach of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Perth that provides support and services to people with disabilities, their families.

Rosanna Capolingua

Member

Rosanna is a general practitioner in Perth as the practice principle and owner of a General Practice in Floreat which teaches medical students and GP Registrars.

Daniel Lynch

Member

Daniel is Deputy Principal of Mission and Catholic Identity at Newman College, Perth. Daniel is responsible for the articulation and promotion of the mission, ethos and distinctive educational, moral and social purpose of Newman College within the evangelising Mission of the Catholic Church.

Helen Marchesani

Member

Helen is the Internal Auditor of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth encompassing the Archdiocesan Finance Office and the Catholic Development Fund.

Stephen Psaila-Savona

Member

Stephen Psaila-Savona has been employed in the Western Australian public sector for 23 years and is currently the General Manager, Regulatory Services at WorkCover WA

Julie Waylen

Member

Julie is the State Manager, National Disability Services Western Australia. Julie began her career as a Social Trainer working with people with disabilities with complex needs.

OUR AGED CARE MODEL

Care With Purpose

Our aged care model ‘Care with Purpose’ incorporates our core Values of Joy, Love and Hospitality.

‘Care with Purpose’ promotes independence by encouraging and supporting those we care for.

We encourage and support you to do as much as you can for yourself; and to be engaged in activities, interests and hobbies that add value to your life.

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OUR AGED CARE MODEL

Care With Purpose

Our aged care model ‘Care with Purpose’ incorporates our core Values of Joy, Love and Hospitality.

‘Care with Purpose’ promotes independence by encouraging and supporting those we care for.

We encourage and support you to do as much as you can for yourself; and to be engaged in activities, interests and hobbies that add value to your life.

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