Our People

Meet the Believe Housing Australia Board and Senior Management Team. We believe everybody should have access to a safe, suitable and affordable home.


Board Members

Tim Sarah

Board Chair

Tim is an experienced business executive and joint owner of Sarah Group, operating businesses in the construction industry. He is a Chartered Accountant with an Economics Degree and an MBA and has been involved in business for 30 years. He lives and breathes the values of strong relationships, high quality solutions and long-term sustainability. Tim is a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors, and is an experienced company director, with experience in for-profit public company boards and for-purpose community service organisations.

Greg Frisby

Deputy Chair

Greg Frisby is an experienced company director and corporate consultant with extensive experience across several industry segments including financial services. Greg has a strong background in corporate finance, strategic planning and corporate governance. He has been a director of AnglicareSA for more than four years and is current chair of the Finance Committee. Greg is deputy chair of AnglicareSA and Believe Housing Australia.

Rachel Elliot

Board Member

Rachel is an experienced property valuer, Fellow of the Australian Property Institute and director at national property advisory firm, m3property, where she leads the advisory team within the Adelaide office. Her career experience covers both corporate and micro business, with her unique perspectives shaped by over 25 years living in a regional community, where she started and grew several small businesses and chaired committees within both local government and community organisations. Rachel is the current chair of the UDIA Developer Tax, Finance and Regulation Committee and immediate past chair of Investigator College at Victor Harbor.

Michelle Kennedy

Board Member

Michelle Kennedy is an accredited engineering executive with an honours degree in Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration. Michelle is a Fellow of Engineers Australia and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, with over 20 years’ experience in leadership and delivery of public works. Michelle currently serves as a Non-Executive Director on a number of other boards including Dial Before You Dig SA/NT, St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School and CSC Pty Ltd, and was formerly a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Engineers Australia.

Frank Agostino

Board Member

Frank Agostino is a prominent businessperson who has led a number of national business and community organisations. He is a Life Member of the Northern Community Health Foundation. In addition to being the managing director of the Agostino Group, Frank is also the current president of the Motor Trade Association of South Australia and Northern Territory and chair of the MTA Group Training and Registered Training Organisations. He is the MTA’s longest serving president. In 2014 he was made a “Cavaliere” by the “Il Presidente Della Republica Italiana”, and he is a Chevalier of The Sovereign Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem – Knights of Malta.

Carol Sim

Board Member

Carol is a project management professional and engineer by trade.  She has worked extensively in the water industry speckled with stints in mining arena and defence professional services.  Currently, she also serves on the Council of Governors at St. Peter’s College as well as on the Audit and Risk Committee of the Nova Employee Company.

Grant Chapman

Board Member

Grant Chapman has had a distinguished business and parliamentary career. He served as the Federal Member for Kingston from 1975 to 1983 and as a senator for SA from 1987 until his retirement in 2008. Throughout his time in Federal Parliament, Grant was involved in numerous committees and served as chair of the Joint Statutory Parliamentary Committee on Corporations and Financial Services, overseeing ASIC and helping to reform Australia’s corporations’ law and financial services’ regulation. Grant is a business consultant, company director, part-time senior member of the Commonwealth Government Administrative Appeals Tribunal and is involved in farming. Grant was appointed by the United Nations to its Panel of Eminent Persons to Combat Desertification and was awarded the Grand Cross, Order of Bernardo O’Higgins by the President of Chile for his contribution to international relations.

Leadership Team

Grant Reubenicht

AnglicareSA Group CEO

Grant is the Chief Executive Officer of the AnglicareSA Group, which includes its fully owned subsidiary housing company, Believe Housing Australia. Grant’s years of experience in finance, funds management and technology have seen him serve as an executive manager in a number of for-profit and not-for-profit organisations and he is involved in a number of state and national boards and committees. Grant joined AnglicareSA as Chief Financial Officer and General Manager, Corporate Services in July 2013 after almost six years as general manager of the National Anglican Funds Management Business in Melbourne. Prior to that, he worked for five years as the finance manager for the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. Grant holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Adelaide, is a Certified Practising Accountant and Graduate Member of the AICD.

Stacey Northover

Executive General Manager

Stacey is a housing professional and leader with more than 20 years’ experience working in the UK across tenancy management, customer experience and property services. Stacey has always understood that a home opens the door to many life opportunities, including access to health and education. She is passionate about social and community housing, and increasing supply and access to affordable housing in South Australia.

Joe Capozza

Manager, Housing Strategy & Projects

Joe is a member of the Believe Housing Australia senior leadership team. His role includes researching, reporting and managing multiple housing supply options. He is focussed on housing growth and service opportunities, as well as long term strategy development. Joe’s previous roles include National Volunteer Services Manager for Make-A-Wish Australia where he was responsible for 1,150 volunteers across Australia, Chief Executive Officer of the Women's Housing Association managing 350 homes state-wide for women escaping domestic violence, and Director of the Flinders Medical Centre Volunteer Service where he was responsible for over 570 volunteers.

Darren Huitema

Senior Manager, Housing Operations

Darren is a driven senior housing services professional with over 18 years’ experience working in the not-for-profit sector, and most of that time has been spent in community housing. Darren leads our Asset Management and Maintenance, Income Recovery, Business Operations and Compliance services. His experience and expertise are put to good use as he and his team support and serve over 4,000 Believe Housing Australia tenants. Darren has a Graduate Certificate in Social Services (Housing Management & Policy) and is Chair of PowerHousing Australia’s National Compliance Committee. He is also on the Australasian Housing Institute’s South Australian State Committee.

Amy Osborne

Senior Manager, Housing Brand Marketing & Communication

Amy has extensive experience in public relations, communications, and marketing planning and implementation across a range of organisations, industries and sectors. She enjoys the opportunity at Believe Housing Australia to work with a wonderful team in a profit for purpose environment, that delivers housing and valuable support to those most in need.
AnglicareSA

Formerly known as AnglicareSA Housing, Believe Housing Australia continues to be a part of the AnglicareSA family and remains a subsidiary company of AnglicareSA.

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We express our gratitude to the Traditional Owners and Custodians for their continuous care of this ancient Country for thousands of generations and for the sharing of this land that was never ceded.

We recognise and respect the wisdom of Elders past, present, and those to come, and extend this to all First Nations Peoples and their living cultures.

We walk softly alongside First Nations Peoples as allies committed to seeking guidance, listening with purpose, and acting with courage in our future together.

Always was, always will be.

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