About us

Executive Team

Keith joined The Lost Dogs’ Home as Interim Chief Executive Officer in June 2018 following extensive global experience in private and not-for-profit organisations. He has based his career on helping charities and companies excel at their core mission. Keith has previously held interim leadership positions at Forest YMCA (UK), Action for Children (UK) and Dame Kelly Holmes Trust (UK). Keith’s expertise and experience also extends to technical aspects of management including strategy and business planning, finance, human resources, and board and operational management. After moving back to Australia from a lengthy period working abroad, Keith and his young family are currently scouting for a new canine friend to live with them on their farm.
Janene’s professional life has been dedicated to making a difference to not-for-profit organisations; and her impact on the lives and well-being of many thousands of people has been enormous as a direct result of her efforts. Janene believes that philanthropy embraces the joy of giving that can be experienced by one and all. With international experience as a board member and advisor, donor, consultant and volunteer, Janene joins us most recently from Monash Health where she was instrumental in funding the building of the new Monash Children’s Hospital. Her role there encompassed campaign management, international grants, bequests, major gifts and developing and nurturing partnerships. Janene has two dogs of her own, BJ an English Pointer and Milo a Jack Russell. She is a passionate lover of animals great and small.
Jennifer joined the Home in 2015, bringing with her over 10 years’ experience in private veterinary management spanning across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2018, with a passion for providing the highest standard of care for our furry and human friends alike, and with a strong operational veterinary knowledge, she undertook the role in leading the veterinary departments of the Home. Finding joy in watching the bond develop between animals and their families, Jennifer spends her spare time doting on her lively Border Terrier, Sandwich.