Our Services Team
The Look Good Feel Better NZ Services team are committed to bringing joy into the lives of women who deserve an escape from the reality of cancer treatment and illness. Every volunteer, programme facilitator, sponsors and supporters who make our work possible are all connected by a common goal and determination to make a difference. Find out more about the people behind Look Good Feel Better.
Clare joined Look Good Feel Better New Zealand in July 2013. She comes from a strong media and marketing background and brings with her impressive management and leadership skills.
“I couldn’t be more excited about this opportunity. Look Good Feel Better is a charity I respect hugely and am genuinely passionate about."
"To be part of a national movement that gives Kiwi women of any age the tools to walk confidently and stand tall in the face of cancer is something I’m proud to champion”
Amber is responsible for ensuring we have the income we need to meet the needs of the LGFB Programmes. This includes community fundraising, campaigns (such as Feel Better Month), recipient events, donations, partner events, and manages all our funding applications. Amber is always looking for new opportunities and creative ways to ensure we are doing all we can to fund the service.
Any queries regarding fundraising opportunities. Please contact Amber
Programme Development Manager
Josy has an overview of the programme, she looks after the facilitators, makes sure our medical support channels are aware of who we are, and what we do, and she is currently trying to travel the country to meet as many of the tutors as possible. Josy was a volunteer with LGFB for many years in Melbourne and then more recently in Auckland, she has a beauty therapy tutoring background.
Carol de Joux
Carol de Joux
Programme Services Manager
Carol is the main point of contact for all participants for 8 centres in NZ. She has been instrumental in transitioning the organisation from registrations on paper to online registrations. She receives all the online and paper registrations from the areas she is responsible for, and follows all of them up with a personal phone call. She confirms bookings for the classes and ensures the packs provided to them are made up ready for each class.
Any queries regarding class registrations. Please contact Carol
Community Liaison Manager
Pip’s main area of responsibility is the LGFB volunteer team across the whole of New Zealand. This is a new role as it was recognised the team had become big enough to need a central point of contact. She is the person responsible for communicating with the wider team and making sure the volunteers know what is happening within the organisation.
The Volunteer Coordinators are still the primary point of contact for volunteers in each area, but Pip is here to provide support to them.
Any queries regarding volunteer opportunities. Please contact Pip
Accounts and Office Administration
Helen does what is necessary to keep the office running as smoothly as possible. She is always there when we need her and gives excellent advice.