Meet the EPIC Taringa and Lutwyche team

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David Headington

Operations Manager
“There are no guarantees in this life but I firmly believe that persistence and those that keep on trying are those that prevail. We only fail when we give up. Like Winston Churchill once said, “…we shall never, never, never give up”! “
David Headington
David began his career in legal practice, providing legal defence in criminal courts, working alongside barristers in the Crown Courts and within the civil litigation department. This gave David a strong foundation where he was able to provide recourse for people where there was a perceived injustice. David then moved on to teaching and worked in the training arena, where he delivered vocational qualifications and assessed competency in the workplace. He delivered Customer Service and Business administration qualifications from the awarding body Oxford Cambridge and the Royal Society of Arts, which involved the improvement of literacy and numeracy in the students that were not in employment or further education. David joined EPIC Assist in early 2017 and describes himself as a kind person who has a lot of time for people who ask for help and advice on making improvements in their own personal journey . David is skilled in writing and speaking on behalf of others when given clear instructions on what is the desired outcome.
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Amelia Campbell

Regional Coordinator
“Your present circumstances do not determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start.”
Amelia Campbell
Amelia joined EPIC in March 2018, starting her journey with EPIC as a Job Trainer. 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. She works with job seekers to give them the tools and support they need to prepare for work, then continues to be their support network when they start their job. The most rewarding part about her job is seeing her job seekers become more confident and reach their goals. In her spare time, she loves to attend music concerts, visit the Sunshine Coast (her happy place), and spend time with her blended family of six boys, her daughter-in-law, and grandson.
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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, Taringa, and Caboolture.