Our Team

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John Cranwell


John has been the Chief Executive Officer of Inclusive Sport SA for 8 years and has a strong passion for inclusion in sport and recreation. He is driven to build a culture in sport and recreation that welcomes all individuals, regardless of difference, so that all can feel part of a larger community.
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Katrina Ranford


Katrina has over 15 years of experience, and a wide range of skills, across diverse industries, successfully delivering on strategy, projects, media and large scale events. Sport has played an integral part in her life on and off court bringing an understanding of the impact it can have in shaping people, communities and society as a whole.
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Bianca Dubois


A talented Behaviour Therapist, Bianca has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Post-Graduate Qualifications in Disability Studies from Flinders University. She currently oversees the Behaviour Support SA team, previously working within our organisation as the Rapidswim Manager, combining expertise, empathy and experience to develop successful services for people living with disability and help individuals and families reach their full potential. She is currently on leave after becoming a new Mum.

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Ben Steer


Ben is a lifelong sport enthusiast who is passionate about the positive impact of physical fitness and social interaction on a person’s well being. A qualified engineer, Ben made a career change working as an Educational Support Officer at a Specialist Education School prior to joining the Inclusive Sport SA team.
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Brigitte Neubauer-Cooke


Brigitte has worked in the Disability Sector for 8 years, previously owning a retail-bedding store with her husband and spending 15 years in the legal field. With a teenage son heavily involved in sport, and a love of being active and outdoors, Brigitte understands the importance of sport and the community and friendships it builds.

Gretchen Rosenberg


Having previously worked as an Occupational Therapist, before having a break to focus on her family, Gretchen now utilises her unique lived experience of disability and understanding of the NDIS to support participants and their caregivers with funding and ISSA services. A busy Mother of two, with a son accessing the NDIS, she understands challenges faced by families and the benefits of engagement in community and recreation activities to participant well-being.

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Jose Rabet


Jose is a sport administration professional with a background in Marketing and Communications working across social media, large-scale events, projects and web management. She is passionate about the importance of grassroots sport participation and the significance of ensuring healthy, happy and thriving local communities.
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Jessica Howe


Jessica has a background in psychology with experience in Functional Behavioural Analysis, Positive Behaviour Support and is currently completing her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Flinders University. She is passionate about working alongside individuals and their carers to support inclusion within their communities and reach their goals.
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Esther Bechara


Esther has a background in psychology and counselling, with experience across Applied Behavioural Analysis, Functional Behavioural Assessment, Positive Behaviour Support and Rehabilitation Counselling. She is passionate about providing education and support for clients, their families, and teachers, to empower individuals to achieve their social, emotional and physical goals.
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Tamsin Petzer


Tamsin has a background in the special education and disability field within early intervention for children with Autism and Global Developmental Delay and experience with behaviours of concern (BOC), Functional Behaviour Assessment and Positive Behaviour Support. She is passionate about ensuring a person and family-centred approach to achieve participant goals and the importance of mental health to a person’s wellbeing.

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Madeleine Martin


Madeleine has a degree in Psychological Science from Flinders University with a background in Positive Behaviour Support and experience in helping people with trauma, ASD, ADHD and Sensory Processing Disorder. She has gained a wealth of knowledge during her time in a rural community and has developed a passion for helping people with a holistic approach to supporting participants to live their lives to the fullest.

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