Bren Arkinstall

Mr Bren Arkinstall – Chief Executive Officer

As CEO Bren is responsible for setting the short and long term strategy and vision for ERFA. Bren is responsible for all day-to-day management decisions and also for working with our wide range of stakeholders to generate new revenue streams and also to deliver the best possible outcomes for the people we serve. As ERFA CEO Bren acts as the direct liaison between the Board and ERFA management and communicates to the Board on behalf of management, staff, Program Leaders and all of ERFA’s other engaged stakeholder groups.

Emily_FallerMs Emily Faller – Strategic Development Manager

Emily is responsible for identifying new relationships, supporters and donors for the Edmund Rice Foundation. She is also responsible for maintaining and managing relationships with government agencies and ensuring the Foundation adheres to and remains compliant with, the Australian Council for International Developments Code of Conduct. Emily’s role encompasses the development and implementation of fundraising, marketing, communications and brand awareness strategies.


Bill_WildingBr Bill Wilding – General Manager

Bill has had a long involvement with the Edmund Rice Foundation. In his role as General Manager he is responsible for relationships with the overseas leaders of the projects supported by the Foundation. Bill oversees project reporting requirements and annual acquittals and he supervises quarterly funds transfers to projects in Africa and Oceania. He also has responsibility for donor recognition and is the publisher of the Foundation’s “Reaching Out” newsletter.



Ms Louise Allison – National Donor Relations Manager

Louise liaises with a wide range of caring people who contribute to the betterment of people’s lives. She develops and maintains strong relationships with event organisers, schools, donors and many other like-minded people supporting the Edmund Rice Foundation. Louise works to raise awareness of the challenges faced by those less fortunate and to encourage involvement with the Foundation through attendance at fundraising events and through involvement in programs such as Gone Fishing and Metanoia Matters


Finley Stupkin - student photo

Finley Stupkin – Executive Assistant to the CEO

Finley joined the Foundation in September 2016 as Executive Assistant to the CEO.  Her role is the management and smooth running of the Brisbane Executive Office, supporting both the CEO and National Strategic Development Manager. Her extensive background as an Executive Assistant, Marketing and Communications and administration is a strong asset for the Foundation.


Pictured: Mail-out Working Bee (staff & volunteers) for the Foundation’s newsletter – Reaching Out

Mail-out Working Bee - Foundation Newsletter - Reaching Out

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