Jane Goodwin-Moore

As a community development and project management practitioner with almost 30 years experience in the not for profit sector in both Australia and the UK, Jane brings a broad range of competencies to our team, including; knowledge of the issues community services face, consultation, policy and program development skills and expertise in writing and communication.

Jane has worked with organisations such as:

  • Life Education Centres Australia and UK (a drug prevention and children’s health education program), where she was responsible for the funding, planning, development and implementation of new programs and projects
  • The Garvan Research Foundation, where she was involved in fundraising and education programs for a range of medical conditions such as cancer, diabetes and arthritis
  • The NSW Meals on Wheels Association, the peak body for delivered meals organisations in NSW. Jane's role as the Nutrition Project Officer was to improve client access to more nutritious meal choices and to improve food safety standards
  • Hunter & Central Coast HACC Training Unit to develop a “Cooking for One” program
  • Ageing, Disability and Home Care NSW where she was contracted as a Senior Policy Officer and involved in writing the new NSW Disability Service Standards.

Jane’s extensive experience in the community sector is particularly relevant to our work with community based food services. In addition, her considerable strength and experience in communication provides a unique skill set that ensures J Krassie & Assoc presents clients with clear and concise reports and documentation.

As part of Our Team, Jane has been a lead partner in the following projects: Future Foods I and II, Metro North Food Service Review, Southern Highlands Food Services Business Plan and Review, HACC Volunteer Kit and Audit Tool (I & II). 

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