Natalie Turmine Chief Executive Officer, Australia
Natalie started with Campbell Page in October 2017. She has extensive experience in leading employment, disability, Indigenous, community, and training services in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors for over 20 years. Natalie has been Chief Operating Officer of VERTO, has consulted with NESA, the peak body representing employment services organisations in Australia, has been a Director on not-for-profit Boards and was Executive General Manager with Jobfind Centres Australia. Natalie is excited to take on the leadership of the Campbell Page team and to help secure a brighter future for individuals, businesses and communities across Australia.
Gail O'Donnell Chief Financial Officer
Since joining Campbell Page in 2004 Gail has been responsible for the development and implementation of finance systems, best practice finance methods, and developing and leading a strong finance team. Gail has extensive experience in the commercial sector working in the insurance, property and hospitality industries, holding senior corporate management positions in the accounting and finance area. As Chief Financial Officer, Gail oversees all financial functions of Campbell Page and works closely with all members of our team. She strongly believes in providing excellent customer service to both our internal and external customers and stakeholders. Gail is passionate about the opportunities Campbell Page provide people to find & sustain employment and transform their lives.
Sotir Kondov Head of Current & Expanding Business
As the Head of Current and Expanding Business at Campbell Page, Sotir oversees our Employment Services, Disability Employment and Green Army programs. Prior to joining Campbell Page in 2014, Sotir held a range of leadership roles across 10 years with one of the largest for-profit employment services providers. Sotir has also previously worked in retail management and has extensive skills in project management and tender preparation. Sotir has a Bachelor of Business Management (VU) and has completed a Strategic Thinking and Action course. He is dedicated to making an impact on the community, by providing the opportunity of sustainable employment to those most disadvantaged.
Rachael Harvey Head of People & Culture
Rachael joined Campbell Page in April 2011, bringing with her an impressive background in human resources, project and change management, business process improvement and general management. She has held senior leadership roles in the telecommunications and adventure travel sectors, both in Australia and overseas. Her previous roles include Global Human Resources Services Manager at PEAK Adventure Travel and General Manager at Intrepid Travel South America. Rachael is dedicated to driving a positive and rewarding culture at Campbell Page. She is excited about transforming lives, and see's Campbell Page as making a difference in the Australian community.