Meet our Team
Maree Feutrill, CEO
Maree Feutrill is the newly appointed CEO at Saltbush, Balnarring Beach, following a recent 4-year stint working alongside First Nations people in preventative health programs in remote communities across the Northern Territory.
Megan Willis, Operations Coordinator
Megan is our exceptional Operations Coordinator, with a hand in all operational tasks at Saltbush. She is the warm and friendly face throughout the entire holiday process, from bookings, to welcoming guests and ensuring they have a wonderful, restful time at Balnarring Beach.
Cassie Mills, Communications Coordinator
Cassie is our Communications Coordinator extraordinaire, supporting all the communications functions at Saltbush. Cassie is an enormously valuable contributor to all aspects of Saltbush’s operations, including providing support for the school holiday and other programs.
Prof. Phillip Steele, Co-Chairperson
Prof. Phillip Steele is an Emeritus Professor of Monash University. He holds a doctorate in Information Systems from Deakin University and is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society. Phillip has over 30 years of experience as an IT academic.
Charles Reis, Co-Chairperson
Charles Reis joined the Board in December 2022 and was appointed Co-Chair and honorary Company Secretary in 2023. He is Chair of Mercy Community Services Australia Limited; Chair of the Save Flinders Pier campaign; Committee Member of the Flinders Coastal Advisory Group; and and a member of Bayside Council’s Advisory Committee for the Billilla mansion and parklands in Brighton. He has a commercial background and held leadership positions in listed public companies, government organisations and the not-for-profit sector. In 2023, Charles was named Mornington Peninsula Shire Council’s Local Community Champion in its local Australia Day awards.
Shelley Iles, Treasurer
Shelley joined the Saltbush board in 2021. Shelley is a Mornington Peninsula local and a CPA who started her career at Deloitte, before moving into finance and business leadership roles in education. Shelley is active in the local community and is committed to the values of Saltbush, Balnarring Beach.
Keeley is a Mornington Peninsula local who works in the digital health sector and has academic qualifications in allied health, education and information technology. She has worked in in non-profit and commercial organisations in a range of industries including healthcare, aged and disability care and local government. Keeley is committed to giving back the local community through pro-active participation.