Meet the EPIC Maryborough team

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Emily Wallace

Operations Manager
“Persistence beats resistance every single time. It means never give up – keep pushing, keep adapting, keep evolving till you achieve what you want to achieve cause if you are persistent in achieving your goals you will beat a quitter every time.”
Emily Wallace
Emily has been in the employment services sector since 2005 and joined EPIC in February 2013 as an Employment Consultant in Bundaberg. She was promoted to Regional Coordinator in March 2013 for the Bundaberg ESA. Emily loved being involved in a start up site and watching it grow and develop over the years. She became the Employment Services Manager in 2014 and has been in that role (across various titles) ever since. Emily enjoys spending time with her teams and watching them achieve amazing results. She loves the dedication and commitment her teams have to supporting people with disability realise their potential and why she comes to work every day. Emily loves to spend her spare time cooking and with friends and family.
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Belinda Farrow

Regional Coordinator
“It always seems impossible until it’s done!”
Belinda Farrow
Belinda has worked in Employment Services since 2000. She started in Admin and has worked in various roles over the time with the past 6 years as a Team Leader/Regional Coordinator. Belinda has two teenagers and enjoys working as part of a team to help people achieve their goals and get back into the workforce.
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Tamara Carty

Employment Consultant
“Be strong now because things will get better. It may be stormy now but it can’t rain forever.”
Tamara Carty
Tamara began working for EPIC in July 2022. She comes to EPIC with 10 years experience in hospitality and a lot of knowledge around helping young people into the workforce. She’s excited to learn absolutely everything she can about the disability employment field. Tamara knows first-hand what it is like to lack confidence and feels she can help lift spirits and gain an ‘I can do’ attitude. The most rewarding thing about working for EPIC is knowing that she’s helped someone change their living situation or mindset from negative to positive. In her spare time, Tamara likes to catch up with family, go on random unorganised adventures, and watch movies and snack.
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EPIC disability employment services in Fraser Coast

Visit or find out more about our EPIC disability employment services in Fraser Coast: Maryborough, Hervey Bay, Gayndah, Mundubbera, and Eidsvold