Zig Zag Young Women’s Resource Centre Inc is an association incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act (QLD) 1981. The association is governed by a management committee made up of interested and committed community members who generously donate their time and expertise to oversee good governance and management practices of Zig Zag services.

Executive Members 2022-2023

Amy Seymour-Jones

Amy holds a Masters of Social Work Studies and a Bachelor of Business Management.  Amy is a Senior Social Worker with Queensland Health and supports people with newly acquired disability.  She has previously worked in the homeless and domestic violence sectors in Brisbane.  Amy has strong feminist and social justice values and is committed to amplifying the voices of young women and challenging systems that entrench inequality.

Rochelle Keegel
Vice Chairperson

Rochelle is passionate about creating positive social change. She holds a Bachelor Psychology and Bachelor Arts and has a keen interest in purpose driven organisations. Rochelle strongly believes the work that Zig Zag does to provide a place of safety, healing and resources for young women is absolutely invaluable and is honoured to be able to be a part of the management committee. Rochelle has a background in working within feminist management frameworks and strives to carry out these practices throughout all aspects of her life.

Suzanne Agnew

Suzanne Agnew’s background is in Banking and Finance, primarily in commercial and business finance roles. Suzanne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Accounting, from Griffith University. Suzanne has worked in various finance roles in the not for profit sector in Brisbane since 2009. Suzanne is an Affiliate Member of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and a Justice of the Peace (Qual), Queensland. Suzanne recognizes the important contribution that local social welfare agencies make to our community. Suzanne’s intention in joining Zig Zag’s Management Committee is to support the organisation to provide a place of healing, support and social action for young women long into the future.

Jill McKay

Jill is a woman committed to working towards ending sexual violence and homelessness in our community.

Lulu Milne
Management Committee Staff Liaison

Lulu is a social worker with over 15 years experience working in the domestic violence and homeless sectors.  Lulu is currently the Principal Social Worker at Women’s Legal Service Qld, where she supervises a small team of social workers and provides holistic services to women experiencing domestic violence and engaging in the legal system.  Prior to this role, Lulu worked in homelessness, as an Outreach Case Manager at Anglican Women’s Hostel, Brisbane and a Resettlement Worker for the Access Point (Department of Housing) in Edinburgh Scotland.

General Members 2022-2023

Katherine Webber

Katherine Webber is a practitioner in social planning and community development. Katherine has worked with a range of government and non-government programs in Australia and the Pacific to improve social inclusion, gender equality and community safety. Katherine has on-the-ground experience supporting diverse organisations and communities in community research and participatory stakeholder consultation, with a particular commitment to women’s rights and gender equality.

Anda Davies

Anda holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and a Bachelor’s in social welfare.  Anda currently works in the education sector developing and writing courses in counselling and human services.  Prior to this, she worked extensively in the homeless sector both in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.  Anda has a strong background in advocacy and social justice and looks forward to strengthening and supporting the work done at Zig Zag.  

Janet McKeon

Janet is a lawyer by background and spent over 25 years in the community legal centre (CLC) sector, particularly the Youth Advocacy Centre (YAC) where she has worked as a casework solicitor, community legal education officer and policy and systemic advocacy officer.  For the nine and a half years to her retirement, she was YAC’s CEO. She has been a volunteer at other CLCs as well as a member and Chair of the CLC State peak, CLCQ. Janet also worked as a policy and legislation officer in the Queensland Government for 10 years in the Departments of Fair Trading, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships and Disability Services. She has a long standing commitment to social justice and human rights, particularly in relation to young people.

Helen Hobbs

Helen’s background includes executive leadership roles in the university sector where she participated in governance and strategy as well as mentoring and coaching colleagues. Helen champions individuals and organisations that facilitate positive change through respectful and inclusive social action. Her qualifications include postgraduate degrees in leadership and management. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


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