MOVE recruits key personnel to our board and advisory team with the skills and expertise to ensure world class NGO governance while achieving our purpose and goals. Transparency, accountability and sustainability are foundational to MOVE’s purpose.
Director - Nev Pace
Nev founded Move Charitable Foundation in 2010, with the vision of an adventure with a difference, travel to a remote third world country with your business partners, work mates or your sports team and apply your skills to change lives. "Vital Need, Huge Opportunities"
Nev served in the South Australian Police Department for 10 years, culminating as a Marksman Observer with the Special Task and Rescue Group, Counter Terrorism Unit. He is a qualified Army Works Diver attached to 9 Brigade, 3FD SQN Royal Australian Engineers holding diplomas in Occupational Health and Safety and Security and Risk Management. He is currently employed as a Business Advisor specialising in Change Management and Lean Six Sigma Continuous Improvement with Raytheon Australia. He has a beautiful wife and two great kids who have grown up way to fast.
Robert Spiby - Finance
Robert is a partner with PKF Adelaide, one of Australia’s top 100 accounting firms, specialising in business management, cash flow modelling and insolvency. Robert is a chartered accountant with a Bachelor of Commerce, University of South Australia; he is also in the final stages of the Insolvency Practitioners Program though the Insolvency Practitioners Association Australia.
Robert is a keen soccer player and enjoys traveling with is wife and young children, his role on the MOVE Board is to ensure fiscal governance to Australian and international NGO standards.
Martin Reid - Governance
Martin is an executive in the SA Public Sector, focussed on major project delivery in the State’s resources industry. Martin has worked in various roles in project development and industry regulation for a number of Government agencies since the mid 90’s, as well as undertaking a stint overseas in the private sector.
Martin has an economics/sociology background, and two Masters degrees: an MBA and Master of Project Management as well as a further post-graduate qualification in international trade. In his spare time Martin is a long-serving member of the Australian Army Reserve engineers corps, and an avid cyclist and traveller.
Nkweto Nkamba - Marketing
Nkweto better known as ‘NK’ is a young vibrant African Australian of Zambian descent with keen interest in social justice & humanitarian volunteer work with over 8 years of experience in the Financial & Management accounting in the not-for- Profit Sector.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (accounting major) from Flinders University and a Diploma of Business from Eynesbury Institute of Business and is currently undertaking his CPA studies.
NK is a keen soccer player with Pulteney Old Scholars and has passion for motor bike cruising. He was also an integral part of the WASH Team for MOVE Team 2016.
MOVE Operations - Special Projects / Fundraising / MOVE Teams
Delphine Fleury : Special Projects - University of Adelaide, Study Tours
Dr. Delphine Fleury leads the genetics program of the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics on the Waite Campus, Adelaide. She joined the University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine in 2006 after working on sunflower in Toulouse, France, for the two breeding companies, and on plant development biology at the Institute of Biotechnology of Flanders in Ghent, Belgium
In 2012-13, Delphine also worked as a consulate in Mexico for Generation Challenge Program, addressing agriculture research for development. In 2010, she started to work on drought tolerance in crops and became a partner on a European project on drought-tolerant yield plants. In 2006-2009, Delphine worked on a European project on wheat and barley genomics
MOVE Projects Ltd
MOVE Projects Ltd is the operational arm of MOVE Charitable Foundation ensuring a sustainable footprint in our key area of focus.
Mubita is MOVE’s Operations Manager based in Mongu, Zambia’s Western Province. Mubita first supported MOVE operations in 2012, in his role as the administration and child protection officer with the Village of Hope in Mongu and it’s great to have him on our team.
Mubita is a young entrepreneur and is passionate about growth and change, especially in the Western Province. He is currently completing a professional diploma in accountancy with the Zambian institute of Chartered Accountants, complementing his accounts assistants qualification.
Mubita was born in Mansa, Zambia’s Luapula Province into a family of 7, he is an avid soccer supporter and always up for an adventure. He has a passion to see young people grow and meet their true potential, having volunteered as the children ministries overseer for 4 years at Hope Church in Mongu.
Caroline Nomusa Situmbeko
Caroline is MOVE's Zambian representative based in Livingston. She has been an integral part of MOVE's in country operational logistics for over 10 years. Caroline has exceptional business acumen skills formed in the tourism sector and is vital to MOVE's sustainability operations.
Caroline was born in Livingstone and raised in Senanga, in Zambia’s Western Province, she is fluent in English, Lozi and Tonga and has a strong connection with the community and longs to see advancements in education, agriculture and standard of living.
Zambian Cultural Advisory Team
Muyo is a computer systems engineer working on Air Warfare Destroyer project, South Australia and is currently completing his master's degree in Military Systems Integration (MSI) at University of South Australia.
Muyo was born in Kalabo in Zambia’s Western Province, he was sponsored as a child by World Vision displaying exceptional academic skills and then as a adult won a World Vision scholarship in engineering at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in Australia. He still has strong connections with Zambia, his family lives in Mongu, Western Province and he visits them regularly providing support to his immediate and extended family.
Muyo provides the MOVE Board and teams with cultural guidance and advice with regard to language, dress, greetings and protocols. He conducts language training in Lozi, the dialect mostly spoken in the Western Province, plus sessions on the cultural do's and dont's ensuring empathy and integration of MOVE Teams.
Past Board Members
Stephen Beaty : 2014 - 2015
Stephen was a founding board member, his big heart, generosity and business acumen were foundational to MOVE's establishment and growth, thanks Steve.
Stephen is the managing director of Infrastructure Project Management Group, South Australia. He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) with masters in business administration and environmental management. IPMG have contracted and delivered on a number of major water and environmental projects for the South Australian Government including; water treatment plants along the Murray River, waste water reuse projects, environmental management systems, renewable energy projects the and remote area power systems.
Stephen is a proven project director with professional membership with the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australian Institute of Project Management (SA president 2004-08), Environmental Institute of Australian and New Zealand, Australian Water Association, Water Industry Alliance, Storm water Institute of Australia.
Anthony Beaumont : 2014 - 2016
Anthony was also a founding board member, his personal support and over watch has been greatly appreciated, he was a key driver in the Wine to Water program, thanks AB.
Anthony is registered as a Certified Practicing Program Director, with the Australian Institute of Project Management, has an Advanced Diploma in Project Management, holds a Masters of Design Science (Building), and a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), which he gained in 1992 and 1988 from University of Sydney and University of NSW respectively, and an Associate Diploma in Personnel Administration in 1987. Anthony is an accomplished manager and engineer with proven experience managing projects in both the public and private sectors.
Anthony has extensive experience implementing major service delivery contracts to the United Nations in Africa and the Middle East involving large numbers of employees and subcontractors. He is an excellent communicator with strong organizational and problem solving skills.
Kristy Carter : 2014 - 2016
Kristy, also a founding board member, she was instrumental in unpacking our purpose; the Why, How and What of MOVE's efforts, thanks KC.
Kristy is an experienced executive coach, psychologist and organisational development practitioner. She is a registered psychologist with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Work and Organisational), and is a full member of the Australian Psychological Society and APS College of Organisational Psychologists.
Kristy specialises in executive and leadership development, change management, corporate psychology and talent management. Currently employed as an organisational development practitioner in the SA Public Sector, she is experienced working with individuals, teams and groups in both private and public organisations.
In her spare time Kristy volunteers as a board member and secretary in the non-for-profit sector, and is a keen cyclist, people watcher, and adrenaline junkie.
Adrian Francis : 2015
Adrian drove MOVE's business maturity and business governance taking us to the next level in MOVE's NGO journey, thanks Wilb.
Adrian is the Managing Partner of Adept Innovations Consulting who is driven to influence individuals and environments in Australia and internationally to create value through relevant business and organisational transformation.
Adrian has a strong Corporate Social Responsibility focus working with clients on international business strategies in the fields of education, simulation, professional standards and resources.
He has held several board positions as member and deputy chair and holds a Master of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Music (Honours) and a Diploma of Education.