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Our Board of Directors

Giovi Moschoudis

Chief Executive Officer

Giovi resigned from her professional career as a lawyer in 2019 to become a full time carer for Angelina and commit to her daily intensive therapies and medical appointments. Giovi was admitted as a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of NSW during the early 2000's, taking a practising certificate as a Solicitor. Her key strengths include strong planning, analytical and problem-solving skills, excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, and high attention to detail. Giovi hopes that these skills will assist in building this Foundation as she has a personal appreciation of CASK and the significant impact it has not only on the patient, but also their family.

Dr Charles Moschoudis


Charles is Angelina's father,. He has over two decades of experience in the provision of leadership, guidance, and advice at senior levels in both the public and private sector. Dr Moschoudis is an Adjunct Professor at Torrens University Australia (AGSL).

Karina Davis


Karina has completed a Bachelor of Education at the Australian Catholic University and Masters of Education Leadership at Macquarie University. Karina has highly developed interpersonal skills and works closely with committed and skilled professionals. During Karina's teaching experience, she has been heavily involved in data analysis and leadership responsibilities. Karina is currently the co-ordinator and leads a team who provide learning support for children who have special needs.

Anthony Moschoudis


Anthony Moschoudis is a senior executive in the financial sector. He has considerable experience in the private sector in the context of corporate leadership, having taken on various board appointments. He has a wealth of strategic and operational experience relevant to corporate governance and management.

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