Manager – Training & Enterprise, Not-For-Profit Law
Kaela was admitted to legal practice in 2010 and prior to joining Justice Connect worked at a commercial firm, Minter Ellison. During her time in corporate practice, Kaela was exposed to a variety of areas of law including employment, workers’ compensation, commercial and regulatory and insurance and corporate risk. Kaela joined the Not-for-profit Law team in July 2015. Since that time, she has worked in multiple roles across the team delivering training, developing legal information resources and providing advice to not-for-profit organisations across Australia on a wide range of legal issues.
Kaela also sits on the board of Free to Feed, a not-for-profit social enterprise that empowers refugees, people seeking asylum and new migrants and encourages inclusive communities, through the delivery of shared food experiences.