Scott’s purpose is to educate, supply and connect people to create a more sustainable and socially responsible world. He has been able to capture this vision through Co-Founding a for profit Social Enterprise, with life long friend Justin Westhoff, Forage Supply Co.
Forage Supply Co is active in the construction of community gardens, supply of clothing & food for people who are homeless, along with providing pathway opportunities for people in need. To date the company has been able to donate over 1,500 plant based meals to shelters around South Australia and hire over 1,600 hours of paid work to the homeless community.
Scott Holds a Sports Recreation and Management Degree at the University of South Australia and actively volunteers at the Hutt Street Centre.
Justin, Port Adelaide’s Football Clubs swingman does more than chase a footy around. His role as a mentor through the clubs leadership group has made him successful at building relationships with the purpose of gaining clarity and creating personal connection with his peers.
With more than 14 years of experience in the AFL system, his obsession with hard work and a commitment to building his knowledge has placed him at top of his elite profession.
After engaging in an ambassador role with The Hutt Street Homeless shelter in 2012 he decided to Co-find his own business – Forage Supply Co. A social enterprise that has a commitment not only to sustainability for the planet, but also the community. The social enterprise has donating over 1500 meals to shelters and provided over 1600 paid hours of work for homeless pathway clients her in South Australia.
Justin has been very busy in his short life bringing 4 young kids into the world, combining his passion of design by undertaking a diploma in building design and creating a Forage Supply Co boutique wine label in the process.
Andrew’s passion towards his craft is born through his commitment towards two things in design: simplicity and clarity. His commitment to his clients is underpinned by his level of consultation and overall approach to positive leadership as a Director at the award winning architectural firm Studio Nine Architects.
Having practiced for over 15 years as a registered Architect specialising in the delivery of residential projects throughout Australia and China, Andrew’s list of repeat clients include SA Housing Authority, Cedar Woods, Peet Limited, Villawood Properties and Arcadian Property.
Andrew’s portfolio of work has allowed him the chance to create a lasting impression and true value in people’s lives through making good design invisible to the eye, but accessible to all.
His approach to each project draws upon references to its context and emphasising its sense of place and purpose.
Zoe is no stranger to organisation, commitment and hard work. Once she sets her mind on a goal, there is no stopping her enthusiastic approach to the task.
Her role as the Executive Officer of a non for profit sporting association demonstrates Zoe’s love for successful planning and organisation of business and projects. Her experience in running medium to large scale events both state-wide and nationally has given her the confidence to use these skills in all areas of life.
Zoe holds a bachelor of Education at Flinders University and is currently studying her masters in Project Management at the University of South Australia. She continuously strives to develop her professionalism and hopes to use her knowledge, skills and expertise to give back to the community.
As Managing Director of Frame, Tim brings clarity to marketing planning and communications. He puts his finger on the real issues, and cuts through with plain English and simple ideas that work. His blend of logical, strategic and creative thinking allows him to provide thought leadership—particularly in branding and digital. Having worked in top firms around the world, including BBDO, Reed (UK) and consulting independently he understands the needs of start ups, not-for-profits, SMEs, large enterprises and government.
His clients have included San Remo, Jacob’s Creek, SANFL, Art Gallery of SA, Adelaide City Council, The University of Adelaide, Lend Lease, Renewal SA (Bowden), BNKR Online, Rossi Boots, Universal Music, Solitaire, O’Leary Walker, SA Tourism, Regional Development Australia, Journey Beyond and Hilton Adelaide.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Management (Marketing) from UniSA (including BankSA Prize for ‘Finance and Investment’; Young & Rubicam Prize for ‘Marketing Communications Management’; and the Renu Mysore (Rajagopalan) Memorial Prize).
Since 2007 he has served as a board member of the Lisa Fahey Foundation, a DGR-status charity supporting families affected by cancer in South Australia.
Director of Proprius Advisory, Carsten Dethlefsen, has extensive experience gained through working on a broad range of complex and diverse projects, primarily in the Government, not-for-profit and socially-driven sectors. Through this experience, Carsten has developed a sound understanding of the governance requirements applicable to committees, boards, government agencies, and local councils having worked closely with them to deliver strategic property outcomes and client centred business objectives.
Carsten’s experience is wide-ranging covering strategic property advice, acquisitions, leasing and land sale negotiations, preparation of development feasibilities and project management.
Carsten combines sound commercial acumen with strong project management skills, and can see the bigger picture, balancing social objectives with commercial outcomes. This is further supported by formal qualifications in Property, Business Management and Company Directorship.