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The Team

Who We Are

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Deejay Egan

Founder & CEO

Dynamic Community Care was founded by our current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Deejay Wagner in 2021 and commenced their services in Southern Queensland. Deejay is from the Birpee people and has a strong connection to his culture, land, and communities. Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are one of Deejay’s primary areas of expertise and focus is to keep our mob with mob and support the reduction of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children being placed into non-family-based care arrangements.

 

Our CEO comes from an extensive career in community services spanning Justice, Child Protection, Disabilities, Homelessness, and Community Based programs. It is a strong passion and commitment of Deejay’s to enhance the safety and protection of Children, Women, and the wider community, by combatting physical and phycological violence in his career. Deejay is part of many community initiatives, programs, and events supporting the social education that is required to keep our children and women safe and protected from harm.   

Leila Vittorio

Group Chief Operations Officer

Teagan has been working in the human services sector for over 15 years in the UK and Australia. She started her career working in case management for in-home care spanning from disability and age care. Teagan moved into the child protection sector as she believe that every child should have the right to grow up in a happy and healthy environment.

Teagan's journey in child protection led her to travel the cape and work in the Indigenous communities working across programs as the FIS Coordinator and Safe House Coordinator for the Safe Kids program. These roles gave her the privilege of working with children and families who had been abused, neglected, or are at risk of harm. Each interaction has taught Teagan the importance of establishing trust, being a compassionate listener, and providing a safe space for children and young people to share their experiences. 

Working in the Child Protection sector is not just a job, it is a deeply personal and meaningful calling. She recognises the importance of protecting and nurturing children, as they are our future. Teagan admits that she is honoured to have the opportunity to work alongside dedicated professionals at Dynamic Community Care to help create a society where all children can thrive, free from harm and abuse. 

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Teagan Wilton

Director - Operations

Teagan has been working in the human services sector for over 15 years in the UK and Australia. She started her career working in case management for in-home care spanning from disability and age care. Teagan moved into the child protection sector as she believe that every child should have the right to grow up in a happy and healthy environment.

Teagan's journey in child protection led her to travel the cape and work in the Indigenous communities working across programs as the FIS Coordinator and Safe House Coordinator for the Safe Kids program. These roles gave her the privilege of working with children and families who had been abused, neglected, or are at risk of harm. Each interaction has taught Teagan the importance of establishing trust, being a compassionate listener, and providing a safe space for children and young people to share their experiences. 

Working in the Child Protection sector is not just a job, it is a deeply personal and meaningful calling. She recognises the importance of protecting and nurturing children, as they are our future. Teagan admits that she is honoured to have the opportunity to work alongside dedicated professionals at Dynamic Community Care to help create a society where all children can thrive, free from harm and abuse. 

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Ann Collins

Cultural Practice Advisor

Ann, affectionately known as Aunty Ann, is a proud Aboriginal woman, Aunty sista, sista girl, and cousin with robust family connections to the Wulli Wulli (north-west) and Kooma (south-west) Queensland. She serves as the Cultural Practice Adviser for Dynamic Community Care. Ann's career began as a youth worker, a position that revealed her passion within the company and drove her to concentrate on supporting the cultural identity of young people.

 

Her work at Dynamic Community Care (DCC) has proven both challenging and fulfilling, becoming an integral part of her life that she couldn't imagine substituting with any other vocation. Through her role, Ann has been honored to stand alongside young people, offering her support as they navigate their various journeys through life.

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Our Area Managers

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

In every corner of our organisation, there exists a group of remarkable individuals who stand as pillars of commitment, expertise, and unwavering passion. These individuals are none other than our esteemed Area Managers, the driving force behind the transformational impact we bring to communities.

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