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Meet the EPIC Strathpine team

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Amelia Campbell

Acting Regional Coordinator
“Being able to support and assist others with additional needs and different backgrounds to thrive is a privilege. “
Amelia Campbell
Amelia has been working with EPIC Assist for 3 years now, starting as a Job Trainer in 2018. Previously, Amelia worked in childcare for almost 10 years before having her own son. Working with many different children over the years has created an understanding and passion for Amelia to assist others with additional needs.
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Tara McDonald

Employment Consultant
Tara McDonald
Tara joined EPIC in 2018, working within the training and education team. After two years, Tara started working at the Strathpine office as an Employment Consultant. Tara feels very blessed to work with such a great team that assists participants to reach their employment and education goals.
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Lynn Barben

Employment Consultant
“I love coming to work and assisting people to gain the skills to get employment.”
Lynn Barben
Lynn joined EPIC as a receptionist at the Caboolture Office in 2014. During this time, Lynn learnt that she has a passion to help people with disability to gain employment or education. After a break, Lynn returned to EPIC as a support worker from 2016-2019. Lynn voted this was the best job ever and enjoyed assisting people at work. Lynn started her current role as Employment Consultant in September 2019. Lynn previously worked as a receptionist for 10 years
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Julie Crocker

Employment Consultant
“Knowledge is power. However, if not shared it becomes powerless.”
Julie Crocker
Julie joined EPIC in June 2022 with eight years of previous experience. She has working with people with disability for many years and knows some do not receive the assistance they recquire, but when given the right tools and confidence they can achieve employment. Julie enjoys assisting people with disabilities to stay in work and offering them support. The most rewarding part of her job is when participants thank her for her help or let her know she has made a difference in their life. In Julie’s spare time, she’s a State Emergency Service Trainer, a Peer Support Officer and Group Leader, and a Justice of the Peace.
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EPIC disability employment services in North Brisbane and Moreton Bay

Visit or find out more about our EPIC disability employment services in North Brisbane and Moreton Bay: Lutwyche, Bribie Island, Strathpine, Kallangur, Redcliffe, Indooroopilly, and Caboolture.