St Kilda Gatehouse is a charity registered with the ACNC, operating in Victoria. Its main activity is in the economic, social and community development sector, working with women involved in street based sex work or young women and girls affected by sexual exploitation. St Kilda Gatehouse provides women with access to the space, support and connections they need to respond to challenges and to cultivate personal strengths aiding recovery and empowerment. Service categories include:
- Mental health and crisis intervention
- Other health service delivery
- Social services
- Emergency and relief
- Income support and maintenance
- Advocacy and civic activities
Dianne Azoor Hughes
Dianne is a consultant in governance, risk and audit with more than 35 years of experience in business, including 20 years in senior executive and board roles. In the past 5 years Dianne has worked primarily with not-for-profit entities, using her commercial experience to promote good governance and effective, efficient internal processes for strategy implementation.
Stacey brings many years of leadership experience having worked in a range of business, community and pastoral leadership roles, most recently St Kilda/Elsternwick Baptist Church.
Desiree brings experience in community services in Youth Homelessness, Women’s Justice Services (including Family Violence Programs delivered at the women’s prison) and Out of Home Care. She is currently the Care and Support Services Manager for Baptcare and previously worked with Melbourne City Mission in the homelessness and justice area.
John has been a practising lawyer for 30 years. He also teaches law at RMIT. He is involved in pastoral leadership roles, most recently at Compass Church. Finally, he is a bit of a sports fanatic -running/cycling.
Linda brings around 30 years’ of past experience as a social worker and psychologist, working in Out of Home Care and Family Counselling & Support Services. She has worked with various service providers. including Anglicare Victoria, Gordon Care, MacKillop Family Services, Southern Family Life, as a psychologist in private practice and as a medical social worker with Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Alan Marr has years of experience in pastoral leadership and community development, both as practitioner and in governance. He has been a keen observer of St Kilda Gatehouse for some time and is glad to serve on the Board.
St Kilda Gatehouse adheres to the ACNC Governance Standards. The St Kilda Gatehouse website provides information in support of the ACNC Governance Standards about our mission and purpose, processes, activities, relationships, financial reports and responsible persons.
All responsible persons of St Kilda Gatehouse act in accordance with the duties of responsible persons as required by the ACNC and set out below:
- Act with reasonable care and diligence
- Act honestly in the best interests of St Kilda Gatehouse and for its purposes
- Not misuse the position of responsible person
- Not to misuse information obtained in performing duties
- Disclose any actual or perceived conflict of interest
We recognise the importance of privacy protection. Our policy for dealing with any personal information that you might disclose to us while visiting this website is explained below.
The type of personal information that we collect from you will depend on how you use our website. You can be certain that the information we receive about you will be treated as strictly confidential.
The personal information that we collect on you when you use our public site
We do not collect or use any personal information on visitors to our website, through the use of “cookies” or other software or hardware techniques.
We look at the number of hits the site receives and keep track of the domains from which this site is accessed.
The names of persons who request information from or St Kilda Gatehouse by emailing us are added to our database. On request this information can be removed from our database. Only those persons who request information and newsletters are sent information.