A team is nothing without it’s people and we’re proud of ours. Read on to find out about the people that make the work of Pathways Tasmania possible.

Aldo Antolli

CEO

Aldo Antolli has extensive experience in high level executive functions, having been involved in the senior management of various organisations over the course of more than a decade. Aldo’s experience goes well beyond corporate governance alone having a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and experience working within the disability sector for the NSW Government and NFP sector. He moved to Tasmania with his family in 2015 and took on the role of CEO at Pathways Tasmania, taking our organisation to new levels of service delivery and staff growth.

Matthew Devenish

Business Manager

Matthew Devenish graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tasmania in 2012 and went on to become a Chartered Accountant working in a local Tasmanian accounting firm. Feeling the call to work with the disadvantaged in our community he took the leap to join Pathways Tasmania in 2017 and hasn’t looked back. He now is responsible for a wide range of behind the scenes work at the organisation, including finance functions, business development, systems implementation and much more. When he is not at work, Matthew loves to spend time with his son and plays tennis on a regular basis.

Susan Sussems

Fundraising Manager

Susan has been working in fundraising for the not-for-profit sector for over 15 Years. She has lived with her family in both Hobart and Sydney, and settled back in Tassie in 2005. Her role at Pathways is to develop and deliver sustainable, long term fundraising programs such as appeals, regular giving and bequests. When she’s not thinking about how to raise lots of money for Pathways, she enjoys reading, current affairs, travelling and going to live music concerts.

Jamie Johnson

Acting Senior Worker – Launch Youth

Jamie Johnson has been working in both the rehabilitation and homelessness sectors since 2013, having worked in many roles and areas throughout the organisation and is passionate about helping the clients that we serve to develop the skills they need to succeed in life. In his spare time he loves going fishing and tinkering with cars.

Tracey-Lee Cane

Campus Director – Velocity Transformations

Tracey-Lee Cane (TLC) moved to Tasmania in September 2020, answering the call to take up the position as Campus Director with Velocity Transformations.  Her responsibilities include oversight of the Campus, its Staff and volunteers, along with the Program and facilitating processes that support residents through their rehabilitation. A single mother of two who enjoys the outdoors and has traveled extensively throughout the world. She is an ordained Pastor and has led a Not-for-Profit working with the disadvantaged and vulnerable. Her formal qualifications include a Master of Ministry, a Master of Social Research, Ba. App. Sc. Recreation, Polity and Public Leadership, and Police Training.

Kyle Perry

Case Manager – Velocity Transformations

Kyle Perry graduated with a Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching) from the Australian College of Applied Psychology in 2016, working as a case manager and youth worker across rehabs, high schools and shelters. He joined the team at Pathways in 2019, where he has used his skill set in the capacity of Case Manager at Velocity Transformations. He is passionate about helping people regain the things they’ve lost to addiction and trauma. Kyle is also a successful author, writing Tasmanian crime fiction when not working with the team at Pathways.

Nathan Chester

Program Coordinator – Velocity Transformations

Nathan Chester has qualifications in Information Technology and church ministry which have been used in a variety of work environments. He has worked as a software developer, warehouse supervisor, hospitality manager, assistant pastor and cleaner. In June 2020, he began working with Pathways after moving from South Australia, as an opportunity to use his unique skill set to help other people succeed in life. His responsibilities include the day to day coordination of vehicles, spaces, courseware, administration, systems and program activities for the Velocity Transformations rehab program. When not at work, he loves bushwalking, playing music, exploring beautiful Tasmania and bringing wit and humour into daily life.