Pam is the Site Coordinator for Rowville. She started as a volunteer with e.motion21 in 2014 after seeing a pamphlet during Volunteer’s week at Deakin University. She volunteered at the Kew site initially and has been at the Rowville site since classes began in 2016. She especially enjoys the Annual concerts, the enthusiasm from everyone and the joy on the faces of the dancers is fantastic!
Lesley-Ann has a background in kinder teaching and has three children, the youngest of whom has Down syndrome. Watching how much confidence and enthusiasm the e.motion21 program brought to her son Ben, she was inspired to become involved in the Cranbourne site to enable the program to be available to other participants with Down syndrome in South East Victoria. In her role as Site Coordinator for Cranbourne, Lesley-Ann is committed to realising the potential of all people with Down syndrome and believes the e.motion21 program provides them with the opportunity to fully develop their potential and have fun at the same time.
After many years of working in advertising and seeing her two sons through VCE, Annabel decided to become more involved in community affairs. She began volunteering in administration at e.motion21, and then assisted with the 2012 end-of-year concert. Annabel’s admiration for the organisation and its goals led her to take up the role of Co-Site Coordinator at Kew , which provides her with a balance of both dancer/parent interaction and administration work.
Sharyn Mackay is the Site Coordinator for Greensborough. Married to Gary with 3 children, Amy, Laura and Nick and 2 gorgeous cavalier dogs, Sharyn loves being involved with the e.motion21 team and has been for a long time! Sharyn works at Glen Katherine Primary School as integration support and has done so for 14 happy years. She loves to cook, run, football, run around after her family and entertain her e.motion21 friends at the weekends. She also loves her Fridays shopping at the Preston market!
Cathy is the Site Coordinator for Kew.