Our Board

Chris Brown

Chris Brown

Chris became a Director of the board in 1987, commencing as Chairman in 1997. Chris and his family have been involved with Windgap for almost 50 years, with his brother Neil in Windgap’s services. Chris is a commercial lawyer and senior partner in the Sydney law firm Brown Wright Stein which has provided pro bono legal assistance to Windgap for over 30 years. He holds a University of Sydney Master of Law degree.

Heather Brown

Heather is sister to Neil Brown, a supported employee at Windgap. She is a founding board member of Windgap Foundation Limited since 15 September 1990 and served on the board of the now defunct Eastern Suburbs/South Sydney Branch of Challenge Foundation from 1980. Heather holds the office of Secretary to the Board and is also a member of the Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee. Her professional background is one of personal/executive assistant. She is a Justice of the Peace and received the Rotary International Community Services Award in 1999.

Heather Brown
Cathie Jensen-Lee

Cathie Jensen-Lee

Cathie is the daughter of the late Harry Jensen, one of the founders of Windgap. She has a PhD in Sociology and previously worked as a lecturer in Social Science and Policy at UNSW. She now works as a Senior Policy Officer for the NSW Department of Education Communities. Cathie has been a member of the Windgap Board since December 2004 and is a member of both the Remuneration and Nomination Committee.

Warwick Wheeler

Warwick served as a Board Director from 2003 to 2006 and was reappointed to the Board in December 2008. Warwick is a member of Windgap’s Remuneration Committee. His background is in Australian manufacturing and retail industries with a sales, marketing and general management bias. Warwick is a fomer 1st grade rugby player, coach and life member of Randwick Rugby Club. He was a foundation committee member of Special Olympics Sydney East where he is still involved in their sport coaching programs. Warwick’s son Matthew is a supported employee at Windgap.

Warwick Wheeler
Pedro (Peter) Inguanzo

Pedro (Peter) Inguanzo

Pedro (Peter) Inguanzo has a background in international trade, imports-exports, marketing-distribution and he is a proprietor and a company director. He holds accreditations in business administration, accounting and commercial law in Spain. He is certified as an interpreter-translator (Spanish-English-Spanish) by Macquarie University Sydney. He is also involved in voluntary work with several non-profit organizations promoting institutions & sports for the disable. His son William is a supported employee and he is very happy to be in Windgap.

Andrew Simpson

Andrew is a Chartered Accountant and Partner in the accounting firm Gunderson Briggs Chartered Accountants. Andrew has been involved with Windgap for a number of years, providing assistance in relation to various financial matters. Andrew has been a member of the Windgap Board since December 2013, and is a member of both the Audit and Risk and Investment Committees.

Andrew Simpson

Client Representatives

Gail Hewitt

Gail Hewitt

Gail lives in one of Windgap’s group homes and after working many years at ADE as a supported employee, she has retired this year. She is a representative to the Board for Residential Services and has also been volunteering at Sydney Cat and Dog Home for 3 years.

Bobby Syamdorkas

Bobby is one of the supported employees at Windgap’s ADE Service. Bobby has long expressed an interest in legal television shows and in becoming a lawyer. So as it happened, Bobby is now actively obtaining feedback and acting as the voice of his peers to the board.

Bobby Syamdorkas
Steve Konstantopoulos

Steve Konstantopoulos

Steve has been with Windgap’s Day Program Service. One of his passion is in movie production and he enjoys going to the gym. He is a voice for his peers at day program services across Windgap.