The Cerebral Palsy Education Centre (CPEC) is an independent not for profit organisation complying with State Government requirements and regulations.
Martin has been associated with CPEC for over 15 years. Connor, his eldest son, has CP Quadriplegia and has been through the Early Intervention program and the Extended Education program. He also has another son with very mild CP Hemiplegia. Mackenzie has also been through the early intervention program. Martin has worked for the past 16 years at Optus Communication in the Mobile Deployment area within Networks. “Yes” they build all the new infrastructure for the southern part of Australia (VIC, TAS, SA, WA & NT). He manages the financial side to the business as well as assists around 60 project managers & engineers.
Lisa’s original connection to CPEC was through her cousin, Michelle Cozis, whose son Will attends the Centre. Lisa is now on the Events Committee and the Board and has been Treasurer since 2012. She has a background in Commerce, is a Certified Practicing Accountant, and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Natalie has been Secretary of the board for many years, and her daughter, Hollie, attends CPEC's Extended Education program.
Tom is married to Sue and has three children, Mitch, Jon and Brooke. Brooke has early onset generalised dystonia and attends CPEC's Extended Education program.
Jason is married to Kate and their daughter Meg attends the CPEC program.