Pippa Cebis

CEO

Pippa commenced working with Mosaic in 2017 in an Executive Management role, and was appointed as CEO in March 2019 following a period of serving in an acting capacity. An accomplished senior professional with 20 years’ experience in both not for profit and private community service organisations, Pippa’s career has led her to successfully fulfilling senior management positions in variously the disability, aged care, and mental health sectors. Holding an MBA (Advanced) and undergraduate degree (Hons) from UWA as well as 2 post graduate diplomas, Pippa is well equipped to lead a thriving organisation though an exciting period of internal growth and the external disruption that has accompanied the introduction of the NDIS.

Pippa is an innovative leader with a motivational management style and reputation for building and retaining highly motivated teams. With her focus on creating and leading transformational change in not-for-profit and private community service organisations, large and small, she brings a wealth of experience and leadership to the Mosaic team.

Navigating the complexity of working collaboratively with government, corporate, not-for-profit and research sectors, Pippa has achieves tangible outcomes for clients and organisations, and repeatedly proves that win-win outcomes are attainable.

Luke McNiece

Executive Manager Corporate Services

Luke is an experienced leader with a broad skill base and a record of developing and leading teams to deliver strong commercial outcomes.

With over 30 years' experience in the Public, Private and Community sectors with industry experience in retail, mining supply, financial services, consulting and for purpose organisations, Luke is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a CPA.

Luke also has executive and board experience in the for purpose and community sport sectors.

Wendy Palmer

Executive Manager Quality and Safeguarding

Wendy has extensive experience across the health, disability and community services sectors mostly in the non-government arena. Initially an allied health clinician, Wendy has held senior and executive role with responsibility for operational delivery, business development and quality.

With qualifications in speech pathology, health services management and quality auditing, Wendy previously provided executive consultancy services to providers in aged care, disability, community health and welfare services.

Kate Brice

Executive Manager Client Services

Kate is a passionate Western Australian community member who is deeply committed and enthusiastic about the values that are entrenched in the future strategic direction of supporting people, carers and families whose lives are impacted by disability. She has worked across multiple Government agencies in partnerships with non-government and not-for-profit community services organisations, in the regions and more recently in Perth; where Kate has led strategically and through innovation to drive and deliver significantly improved outcomes for people in our community.

Kate's Community and Human Services leadership is values based and person centred.  She has mobilized multiple and varied local solutions that create and transform peoples' lives. Kate has successfully led diverse teams to achieve maximum efficiency and productivity, utilizing ethical and accountable integrated corporate governance.

Emma Stenhouse

Head of Communications & Marketing

As an experienced, commercially astute stakeholder relations, communications, project manager and external/internal affairs professional, Emma has worked in the private, not-for-profit and government sectors over the last 20 years.  Her breadth of experience ranges from fast cars to airports, music to deafness, and most recently Housing and Disability Services.

Emma has a strong strategic vision, combined with a pragmatic hands on approach to ensure that results are delivered.