Jain Moralee – Co-Executive Director
Jain Moralee joined the organisation in the role of Co-Executive Director in May 2017, bringing with her a wealth of experience and knowledge in the not for profit sector. Prior to joining Twenty10 Jain was the Executive Director of Sydney based arts organisation Underbelly Arts (2013 – 2016), General Manager of Queer Screen (2009-2013) and over that period also worked on large scale projects for ACON, City of Sydney, SBS and ABC. She is a current Board Director of Sydney based organisation Brand X, and continues to work as a screen Producer having recently completed two documentaries: Nothing to Lose (65mins) and Monsta Gras (7mins) about Sydney Queer arts and culture.
Terence Humphreys – Co-Executive Director
Terence Humphreys is the Co-Executive Director and has worked for Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW for over ten years in a number of roles, including as a volunteer GLCS telephone counsellor. Terence previously worked in the corporate sector and volunteered for many years in the not-for-profit sector in gay men’s health and wellbeing. He is currently the New South Wales Director for the National LGBTI Health Alliance.
Susan Farrar – Client Services Manager
Susan Farrar has been working in the community service sector for over 15 years, including for the last six years at Twenty10 inc GLCS NSW in the role of Client Services Manager. Within this role Susan collaborates with the client services team to deliver a suite of services for young LGBTIQA+ people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Before their current role Susan was part of the case management team and also volunteered in the drop in space for two years.
Prior to this Susan worked at The Kirketon Road Centre for five years in the role of Youth Projects Coordinator. Before this role they spent three years working at the Alice Springs Youth Accommodation and Support Service in the crisis accommodation support team and also at the Northern Territory Aids and Hepatitis Council as the Youth Projects Officer.
Susan currently volunteers with Camp Out and has done so for the past four years.
Mish Pony – Operations Manager
Mish has been working in administration in the community sector since 2009, and has been involved in LGBTIQA+, sex worker and HIV community work, community development, peer education and activism throughout that time. They were one of the founding members of Camp Out Inc, a NSW camp for LGBTIQ-identified or questioning young people, and have presented on LGBTIQA+, sex work, feminism and HIV at numerous conferences, nationally and internationally. Mish is currently the trans sex worker representative for Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association, and sits on the board of The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO).
Communications and Development Officer
Client Engagement Officer – Drop In
Client Engagement Officer – Groups
Client Services Officers – Housing
Learning and Development Officer
Volunteer & Community Education Officer
QLife Peer Supporters – Part Time and Casual
Names not listed for confidentiality reasons