THE PROJECT CHANGE INTERNATIONAL BOARD
Sarah is a Sydney born human rights activist and campaigner. Over the past 5 years, Sarah has acted as the link between Australia and Cambodia, travelling back and forth to ensure accountability of Cambodian staff, financial transparency, correct allocation of funds and the wellbeing of PCI’s beneficiaries.
Andrew is a professional company director and an experienced corporate and employment lawyer. Andrew has many years of professional experience in majot Australian and International public companies in a wide variety of roles including General Counsel, Company Director, general management, Company Secretary, Human Resources and employment/industrial law.
Andrew joined the board of directors in January 2017. Andrew’s broad corporate experience benefits PCI in many areas including compliance and governance, risk and people management and operations.
Mike has been involved in the security industry for over 20 years and was appointed to the Board of ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Ltd) in mid 2010.
Prior to joining MSS Security as CEO, Mike was the general manager of the Contracted Security Services Unit at Qantas. As a major user of security services, this role gave Mike an in-depth understanding of security functions from a client’s perspective.
An experienced corporate lawyer with over 12 years legal experience at top tier firms and in-house, Ariana Hendry started her first business in the health and wellness industry at age 27. Over the course of 10 years, she grew the company to a national operation, comprising a network of 86 retailers servicing over 250,000 customers.
Following the sale of her business in 2014 to a publicly listed company, Ariana shifted focus towards social enterprises which aim to educate and empower women. She joined PCI as a director in February 2018.
Mitchel Martin Weber
Mitchel has been a major donor to PCI since it was founded in 2012. Mitchel is a director at Inenco, a third-generation family business which was founded by his grandfather in 1954.
Mitchel received an Order of Australia in 2017 for ‘significant service to the non- for-profit sector’ through philanthropic support for a range of organisations, and to businesses and training.