Executive Team

Guy Robertson, CEO 

Guy has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 20 years and has a solid track record in identifying and implementing innovative strategies.  He has successfully led cultural change, developed, and implemented strategic and operational plans and achieved financial stability, resulting in increased revenue and sustained growth.

He has a strong knowledge and understanding of SIL, Community, SDA settings and Support Coordination as well as NDIS and NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission to enable him to effectively deliver on SEQUAL’s strategic and operational objectives and navigate through the evolving needs of the disability support sector.

Over the course of his career in the care industry, Guy has worked in roles ranging from frontline support worker, Client Care Manager, Behaviour Practitioner, and senior leadership roles including COO, and CEO.

Guy holds a Bachelor in Psychological Science and Bachelor of contemporary Music (Music Production) and has a unique blend of expertise in care management, human services, and business principles.

Beyond his professional endeavours, and commitment to community, Guy has a diverse range of interests including the creative arts, music, and rugby union.

Nikki Keith, Head of People & Culture

Nikki is a Human Resources professional with over 25 years’ experience working for organisations based nationally and internationally. Her passion is providing HR solutions by building a robust infrastructure through strategic and practical plans to address human resource matters including, employee relations, developing plans and techniques to drive change and culture management, provide and implement knowledge of advancements in the HR field and present new ideas to improve People & Culture Practices.

She has a particular passion to lead, coach, develop and mentor individuals and teams to ensure maximum performance leading to high performing teams.  Nikki is a qualified trainer of Social Style and Versatility training and loves learning about people and what inspires them.

Over the course of her career, she has worked as a HR Consultant assisting with early-stage ventures and non-profit organisations by building the foundations of their end-to-end HR function and People & Culture capabilities. Nikki has also held several corporate senior HR leadership positions in Advertising, Sales, Operations and Supply Chain. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business majoring in Human Resource Management and has qualifications as a WHS Officer and Return to Work and Rehabilitation Officer.

Michelle Crozier, Head of Service Delivery

Michelle has worked and played in the human service sector supporting and serving people for over 25 years. She has extensive experience in service management and leadership, service design, academic research (published), project management, facilitation and consultancy, as well as lived experience as a parent of children with unique needs at the hands of different service systems.

At the heart of who she is, is an ongoing commitment to see inclusive and welcoming communities that reduce the vulnerability of people who can be dependent on services and systems. “I believe that this is ultimately achieved by recognising and honouring the expertise that each individual holds about themselves and their future possibilities”.

Michelle’s calling is to work with people who are curious about each other and changing the way things currently get done in organisations and the world. She understands that good processes and meaningful conversations are the key to unlocking wise action to reform individuals, workplaces, communities and systems for a more creative, curious, tolerant and compassionate world.

Michelle is an experienced Art of Hosting (Participatory Leadership) practitioner where she is “continually drawn to and amazed at the power of processes and methodologies, like circle practice, that invite people to bring their best authentic self to result in lasting positive and practical changes”.

She also a Certified Practitioner in Holding Space from the Centre for Holding Space. In her current role she holds space for the health of living systems in the organisation through listening, mentoring, acting and supporting.


Sharon Paley, Clinical Governance Consultant

Sharon is an experienced disability professional having worked in the field for over 40 years. Her career commenced in a specialist school in the UK and in the intervening years she has worked in government and not for profit organisations in a variety of roles including as a nurse educator, service manager, director of clinical governance and development manager project lead for an international disability charity. She relocated to Australia with her family in 2011.

Sharon has a professional interest in behaviour support and is a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support. Sharon is widely published on topics including access to healthcare, risk assessment and behaviour support and is the recipient of a Florence Nightingale International travel scholarship, under which she undertook a review of legislative approaches aimed at improving the human rights of people with a disability.

Sharon is a Registered Nurse and holds post graduate qualifications in intellectual disability, research methodology and holds qualifications in audit, compliance, and governance. She has recently completed the Company Directors Course, delivered by AICD.