Virginia Miltrup


Virginia is an experienced Executive and Company Director with expertise in supporting businesses to adapt and align to emerging realities.  She has a passion for bringing customer-centric thinking to the improvement of business performance.

Virginia is the Chief Executive Officer of the City of Karratha, having previously served as the Executive Director, Community & Business Services at the City of Vincent.  She  has lead Strategy, Corporate Services and Operational teams, across the public and private sectors. She has also led transformative programs at the CBH Group, Synergy, Unisys and Thomson Reuters.  She holds a Masters of Leadership and Management, Bachelor of Commerce, and a Graduate Diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Virginia is the Chair of 100 Women, Chair of Mosaic Community Care, and is a former Chair of International Art Space.

Leanne Kite


Leanne is an experienced accounting, finance and governance professional having held senior positions across the resources and biotech sector. She brings a wealth of experience to the Board in financial analysis, strategic planning, budgeting and forecasting, risk management practices and governance.

Leanne holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Law, is a fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants and Institute of Governance, and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Having personal experience with family members with an intellectual disability, Leanne is passionate about inclusion, and assisting people with disability services through her own connection with the sector.

Leanne currently holds the position of Chief Financial Officer at ClinicIQ Pharmaceuticals, and is a member of the Finance, Audit & Risk Board Committee for Gymnastics (WA). In addition to being the Treasurer, Leanne is the Chair of the Board's Finance and Audit Committee.

Kim Clark

Board Member

Kim has four decades of experience in health and human services working in policy, planning and evaluation and management roles. He has spent much of the last two decades undertaking studies looking at programs and services that seek to improve the life chances of vulnerable families and children in WA. Much of the emphasis in this work has been on models of person-centred practice and on the substantial benefits of early, flexible intervention to the life course. Kim has also worked in the tertiary sector as an educator in public health.

For almost 20 years, Kim has had first-hand experience of the disability sector, first as a citizen advocate and more recently as a guardian. He has prior board experience in a community organisation that was established to address early life vulnerability in the Eastern Metropolitan region of Perth.

Kim’s doctoral studies looked at health sector governance and the specifics of practice that optimise critical organisational outcomes. Kim also has a post-graduate qualification in business.

Kim is the Chair of the Board's Community Engagement and Safeguarding Committee.

Dale Rakich

Board Member

Dale joined the Mosaic Board in January 2022 and brings over 25 years of commercial experience in the Property, Funds Management, Not For Profit and Healthcare sectors.

Dale is currently the national head of Property and Capital Development for a large not for profit health care organisation and through his ongoing involvement with projects specifically for their disability housing service has gained a strong understanding of the contemporary challenges facing the disability support sector.

“I value the opportunity to contribute to a ‘for purpose’ organisation like Mosaic which has a clearly defined mission to improve the lives of individuals and their families living with a disability”.

David Kent

Board Member

David is a business founder and senior executive with extensive board level experience and expertise in the Mining, Manufacturing, Retail, Consulting and Not-for-Profit sectors. He has deep skills in strategy development, business improvement, people and culture, marketing and communications and sustainability (ESG). He brings to the Board strong commercial expertise and is focused on making a tangible difference to shaping the organisation’s growth and effectiveness.

He is currently Chief Strategy and Corporate Development Officer for a listed Engineering and Construction contracting business where he oversees strategy development and reporting, as well as managing a diverse portfolio of corporate support functions.

David is passionate about creating positive social change in the community and also supports homelessness and youth mental health. He is a regular outreach homeless volunteer on a Sunday morning and is a 10-year participant in the Ride For Youth.

David holds a Masters in Commerce and has completed the AICD Company Directors Course. He is also Non-Executive Director at Swimming WA.

Jackie Leggett

Board Secretary

Jackie is a senior banking and finance lawyer with over 17 years of experience working in private practice and as in-house counsel at a major financial institution in London, UK. In addition to her banking transactional work, Jackie has extensive experience advising corporate and financial institution clients on a wide range of matters including regulatory, statutory and risk compliance as well as board advisory issues.

Jackie is currently Special Counsel in the Perth office of a large national law firm. She is an active member of her firm's pro bono practice, advising vulnerable clients on a variety of personal legal issues. Jackie appreciates the opportunity to give back to her community and enjoys using her legal expertise to support Mosaic and its very worthy mission.

She holds current legal qualifications in Australia, England and Wales, New York and Ontario, Canada.