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Meet The Team
Leighton Joyce joined Emily’s Voice in September 2019 after 5 years living abroad and working in the not-for-profit sector for Hong Kong registered anti-trafficking NGO, Liberty Shared. Before moving into the NGO community, Leighton worked in law enforcement, spending 13 years as a member of the New South Wales police force. He spent six years attached to the homicide squad investigating murders and suspicious deaths throughout New South Wales, collating and presenting evidence in support of prosecutions. Leighton has a Bachelor of Policing in Investigations. He is married and has three young children.
Katrina is the Chief Executive Officer of the Eden Farms family group of companies. She has a Bachelor of Business degree and diplomas in export marketing and corporate governance. She is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Katrina serves on the boards of Country Heritage Feeds, Australian Year of the Farmer and the Biological Farmers of Australia. Katrina was the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) 2012 Young Alumnus of the Year, recognising the career achievements and community contributions of past graduates. She is married and has five children.
Director, Company Secretary
Mark Freeman is a Certified Practicing Accountant who serves as the Business Manager of Fairholme College, Toowoomba.
Mark worked an an accountant at Schwarzkopf before overseeing the establishment of Integrity Music Australasia in the early 1990s and serving as the organisation’s CEO until 1997. Mark has also served long terms in executive roles with Toowoomba City Church and Toowoomba Christian College. He serves on several boards and is married with four children.
David is a director of Interport Cargo Services Pty Ltd, a 50-year-old company located at Port of Brisbane that provides port service operations and includes customs warehousing and quarantine facilities. David has a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in accounting and finance, and is a qualified member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. He is married and has nine children. David previously served as president of the Queensland Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a director of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and of the International Chamber of Commerce (Australia).