Born and bred in the Wheatbelt region of WA, Paul Fleay came to Inclusion Solutions in 2009. Paul completed his initial tertiary studies at UWA with a Bachelor of Science. He subsequently did a teaching degree. After teaching for a brief stint he transitioned to a role as Director of Outreach Programs at Scitech; followed by a job ‘on the terrace’ as State Manager of the Tax Institute of Australia.
Outside work, Paul is a husband and father of three – two boys and a happy little Border Collie puppy (George). Away from work, Paul enjoys spending winter following his beloved Fremantle Dockers. Paul is also heavily involved with his local community; sitting on committees, helping to coach his son’s junior sports teams and actively engaging in neighbourhood gatherings.
Born and raised in Yercaud India, Denver grew up on a tea and coffee estate before moving to Canberra, Australia at the age of 10. Having studied Public Relations, Sports Management and Marketing Communication at the University of Canberra, Denver has been able to combine his passion for sport (cricket in particular) with over 15 years of work in the community sector.
Denver has witnessed firsthand the power of sport and recreation in connecting people and is keen to share this with everyone. Denver lists sport, music, travel, family, real estate and woodwork as his pastimes.
A country girl through and through, Kristee Jolly moved from Toodyay, in the Wheatbelt region of WA, to Perth in 2016. Kristee has five and half years of experience in Local Government, working in Administration and Community Development roles at the Shire of Toodyay, before finding Inclusion Solutions. As the winner of the 2015 Constable Care Child Safety Award of the Year and 2016 Toodyay Active Citizenship Award, Kristee hopes to encourage other young West Australians to make a difference in their local community.
Outside of work, Kristee is a passionate hockey player, a self-confessed ‘foodie’ and a beach lover. If she’s not enjoying brunch at a new café, no doubt you’ll find her enjoying the sunshine on her stand-up paddle board.
Adam has lived and worked in Perth for the last 10 years, originally hailing from South Africa, he has been working with communities in the sport, leisure and recreation industry since arriving.
Throughout his career, Adam has been involved in program development, facility management, youth services and community development. After tertiary studies, Adam moved into the Not-For Profit and community sector. Having participated and worked alongside sporting clubs and groups his whole life, Adam has developed a passion and understanding on how powerful sport and recreation is, as a vehicle for social inclusion.
Adam has travel extensively either playing, coaching or experiencing what life has to offer. If he is not in the ocean or enjoying sport, he’s with his wife and daughters enjoying the beauty of Perth.
Born and raised in the Philippines, Jehu along with the rest of his family moved to Australia in 2012. He completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and English and Cultural Studies as well as a Diploma in Modern Languages (French Studies) at the University of Western Australia. While completing his degree, he co-founded the first Filipino culture club, UWA Filipino-Australian Society, recognised by any Western Australian university.
Through the McCusker Citizenship Program at UWA, Jehu was introduced to Inclusion Solutions where he completed 100 hours of internship. He was subsequently hired by the organisation and is now part of the team. In his spare time he fancies himself a writer and is an avid fan of musical theatre. He is passionate about intersectionality and feminism. His move to Australia impressed on him the importance of being included and connected to one’s community.
Born and raised in metro and regional areas of WA, Amy joins the Inclusion Solutions team in 2019. Amy completed her University internship at Inclusion Solutions in 2017 and later completed her tertiary studies at Murdoch University with a Bachelor in Community Development and International Aid and Development.
Since beginning her career, Amy has worked in various areas including Sports and Real Estate Administration as well as Disability Employment. Amy is extremely passionate about helping others and increasing opportunities for all to live the ‘good life’.
In Amy’s spare time she enjoys being outdoors either four wheel driving around WA, camping or growing her indoor plant and succulent collection.
Originally from New Zealand, Tom has called Australia home since 1999. After completing a Bachelor of Sports Tourism Management in Lismore NSW, Tom moved to WA and started working in the Travel Industry. After 10 years Tom moved into the Disability Sport sector as WA Operations Manager with Empower Golf, thus combining his love for Golf and the passion for Inclusion and using sport as a vehicle to drive a happier, healthier community. Tom is also a Lived Experience speaker around Mental Illness and become a Speaker and Media Ambassador for the Australian Not For Profit beyondblue in 2015 and followed this by starting his own company, Hitting Into The Light.
Outside of work Tom is an avid golfer, an over the top All Blacks fan, has a bit of a travel addiction and has recently discovered the power that trekking in the outdoors can have on a person.
Born and raised in Perth, Kiri took up the sport of Gymnastics at the age of 6. Kiri enjoyed the recreational side of the sport until becoming a Cheerleader and Acrobatic Gymnast at the age of 19.
Kiri has competed and coached at numerous national and international events, including the Cheerleading and Dance World Championships.
Reflecting on her time as a recreational gymnast, Kiri values the power of sport and community and contributes the lesson’s learned to her success as a coach and mentor to athletes and peers. Recognising the impact being included in a community can have, Kiri created and ran her own business, providing high quality and affordable music to dance, gymnastics and cheerleading clubs around the world, ensuring clubs of all kinds can maximise the use of their resources to benefit their members. In her spare time, Kiri enjoys collecting and looking after her many plants, as well as spending time with her nephews.