The team

on the frontline.

The Foundation on the frontline

Meet our team

As employees of the Foundation, we work closely with those on the frontline, giving us an in-depth understanding of what clinicians and researchers need in order to have a tangible impact where it counts most. We are working together to fuel the fight at the frontline of children’s healthcare.

Executive Team

Carrick Robinson Perth Children's Hospital Foundation

Carrick Robinson

Chief Executive Officer

In a career spanning over 25 years, Carrick has held senior leadership roles in the not for profit and corporate sectors as a Director, CEO and senior executive. Carrick has extensive marketing, communications, fundraising, business management and governance experience.
Carrick is an Alumni of Leadership WA, the Cranlana Program and has advised a range of philanthropic organisations as well as mentored a number of young executives in the not for profit sector.

Kate Quinn Perth Children's Hospital Foundation

Kate Quinn

Director of Philanthropy

Over the past 40 years my professional career has involved reaching out to people, changing and informing their world through international media and television, and building new futures for their children through developing world-leading schools in Europe and Australia. Both of these stages of my career have given me an ability to appreciate the needs of our community, particularly in challenging times, and to find ways to address those needs. When I was offered a chance to be part of the team at PCHF, I saw a unique opportunity to apply what I have learned in my life to the needs of children whose lives can be saved through the generosity of others.

Drew Wootton

Director of Partnerships

My professional background is in program development and strategic engagement with not-for-profit organisations, predominately in the Health and Arts sectors. I am driven by connecting passion with purpose and elevating key relationships to influence greater impact and outcomes. I’m proud to join the Foundation in what is a very exciting time of growth and opportunity, to do my bit to help improve the lives and well-being of young children and families here in WA.

Operations Lead Perth Children's Hospital Foundation

Candice Wootton

Director of Planning and Operations

After a lengthy career in the private sector, I recently made the leap into the not-for-profit space to focus on work that delivers deep community benefit. I’m proud to work in an environment that elevates the priority of children’s health and increases the quality and accessibility of healthcare through direct investment. My role at the Foundation is to guide strategic thought through to day-to-day operations, ensuring we continue to achieve our goals.

Heads of Departments

Perth Children's Hospital Foundation Fundraising Lead

Jacquie Spiller

Head of Fundraising

Having worked in corporate roles both in Australia and overseas, I knew I wanted my next move to be one that would not only fulfil me professionally, but allow me to help make a difference. I can’t imagine a more incredible opportunity than to work at a Foundation on the frontline, helping WA children have the best chance at life possible. I feel so lucky and am so proud to work at PCHF.

Donna Hall

Head of Marketing

I’m motivated by real purpose and what better purpose than raising money for sick kids. As a mother myself, I know we are making a real difference to the lives of WA sick kids so they can get well and stay well.

Emma Hall

Head of Grants

It is a privilege to work for the Foundation, where every day I get to see the positive impacts made for children and families in WA through our grants program. Witnessing the incredible generosity of our donors is so inspiring and makes it possible for us to help give sick kids and young people the opportunity to get well and stay well.

Di Skea

Head of Corporate Services

The Power of Focus – focus on what you want and you will create it – a daily inspiration for coming to work to help make a difference to the families and children less fortunate than my own.

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