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Jane Davies - Chairperson of KEYS


Jane is a marketing and commercial leader with over 25 years’ experience
in the commercial, not-for-profit and government sectors. During this time, she also spent many years working with Aboriginal communities, families and individuals all over WA, assisting them to development their business ideas and aspirations.

Jane was recently invited by the Commonwealth Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources to become a Mentor within its Boosting Female Founders Initiative.

Her industry expertise focuses on high-level, results driven business development which encompasses marketing, communications, digital and brand strategy, audience engagement, and organisational growth.  Jane’s skills and experience in community engagement, consumer behaviour and research, stakeholder development and management, marketing planning, brand development and management and audience growth are extensive.

With qualifications that include an M.B.A., a Bachelor Degree in Marketing and a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management, Jane possesses highly-developed analytical and research skills combined with the creative vision to drive business
growth initiatives.

Carol Adams - Mayor of Kwinana

Carol resides in Wellard with her family and took over the chairmanship of KEYS following the resignation of Lyn Devereux.

Carol has been a Councillor at the Town of Kwinana since May 1997, Deputy Mayor in 2005 and Mayor since 2006.

Carol holds a law degree and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and sits on numerous Boards and Committees both within and external to the Town of Kwinana

Matthew Rowse

I am a City of Kwinana Elected Member, an ex-Police Officer and a stay-at-home father of two children, so I understand the complex issues associated with being a parent, raising children and the role we can all play in helping others to improve their own lives, their children’s lives and the benefits to the whole community that any small contribution can make.  I have been heavily involved with community groups for many years and I have a focus on improving community spirit and the lives of those in the community. 

Zoey McMillan


Zoey currently works for the local member for Kwinana Roger Cook. Previous to this, she has worked within the union movement, as a community development officer and as a support worker for people with disability.


Zoey has a young son which has ignited her passion for early year’s education and the importance of supporting families experiencing hardship.  Zoey is passionate about working toward a more inclusive society.

Moira Wilson 


I work for the City of Kwinana as a Community Outreach Officer. In this role I support homeless individuals and families, also act as an advocate for the community.  I have completed a Bachelor of Applied Science, Aboriginal Community Management and Development, at Curtin University.

I have partially completed a Master’s of Social Work in Geelong, Victoria, which I have deferred. I am a mother of 6 daughters and currently have 18 grandchildren.  I am from Mt Magnet, and have lived in Kwinana for 38 years.


I have been very involved in the Kwinana community. I am a member of several boards in Kwinana, and continue to support and work in this community.  I do volunteer work in Kwinana, such as supporting different agencies and organisations in whatever needs to be done in this community.

I am involved with the local Netball club, also the Grassroots program, which is aimed at increasing Aboriginal participation in netball, to support healthier, happier and safer communities.

Fiona Grieves


Fiona is the Manager Community Services at the City of Kwinana and commenced on the KEYS board in November 2018. Her background includes activating and establishing programs and services in emerging communities, stakeholder collaboration, and reinvigorating existing communities.


She is passionate about making a difference and seeing families blossom with the support of KEYS.