The Impact 100 Tasmania Team

We are a team of passionate and motivated Tasmanians who want to make a difference to the state we love. Our vision is for a more giving Tasmania and to change lives. Each of us have been involved in many charitable and voluntary roles for many years, but feel the impact is often lost when only smaller less significant funds are raised, or when larger fundraising organisations administration overheads absorb large amounts of revenue.

We are Tasmanians of all ages and backgrounds pooling our resources to make a lasting positive impact on the quality of life in our state. We believe by the pooling of funds with the tried and tested Impact 100 model we can make a huge impact on our community and extraordinary change to the lives of Tasmanians.We share a common goal, to make a difference, to provide opportunities to the less fortunate and to create the place we want Tasmania to be.

In 2016 the Impact 100 Tasmanian Committee was formed and we awarded our first grant to Family Planning Tasmania in 2017. We are excited to make an impact again in 2018. If you are interested us as a donor or working with us, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We'd love to hear from you.

"Love and Compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive."

Dalai Lama.


Committee members:



Charles Badenach

Charles is the Chair of Impact100 Tasmania and a founding committee member. Charles is also a Private Client Adviser and Principal of the boutique financial advisory practice Main Street Financial Solutions. Charles has been involved in several charities and not for profit organisations in Hobart over many years. Charles also has a number of clients that are actively involved in philanthropy and was keen to be involved with Impact100 Tasmania as a means to pool funds and make a meaningful difference to the Tasmanian Community.



Pauline Camm

Pauline has her own consulting business in the area of people management and organisational design and development. 

Her previous work history spans state and federal governments and the University Sector at a senior level in the areas of strategic people management, learning and development and organisational design and development. Pauline has previously been a teacher and has worked in the vocational education sector as a national project manager and on a  national committee oversighting national development activities.

Pauline has board and governance experience and is currently Vice Chair on a Tasmanian not for profit board.


Tessa Cason

Tessa recently retired as the Regional Executive of Retail banking for NAB in Tasmania after spending 20 years in the finance industry.  In this time Tessa has built a strong industry network through supporting and serving her local community, clients and customers.

Prior to that, in Cape Town she was involved in enabling and providing aid for underprivileged athletes from the townships to compete in local events.

Tessa has been actively involved in charity fundraising and events in Tasmania for many years, and has a passion for helping people to help themselves. The effective giving model of Impact 100 appealed to Tessa to be able to make a significant difference.


Alex Johnston

Alex was one of the main driving forces behind the establishment of IMPACT100 in Tasmania and is a founding committee member. Alex has an extensive background in marketing and communications, having worked for her family business "Muir Engineering" until the demands of a young family took over. Alex has remained active in the community being involved in numerous charities, fundraisers and social enterprise projects. The Impact100 concept appealed to Alex as it gives the donors control over how and where their monies are allocated and the chance to make significant difference to the live of Tasmanians.



David McQuillen

David McQuillen is the Founder and Chief Suffering Officer at The Sufferfest. The Sufferfest is an app-based business which provides workouts to cyclists and triathletes as well as to cycling studios around the world. Before dedicating his life to making people suffer more, he was Senior Vice President of Customer Experience at OCBC in Singapore, and the Director of Customer Experience at Credit Suisse Private Banking in Zurich, Switzerland. During those years, he worked valiantly to help banking customers suffer less. Originally from Pennsylvania, he now lives in Hobart with his wife and three children.


Kim Rosinski

Kim is a Certified Practicing Accountant with over 25 years experience in accounting, taxation and commercial business.  Kim  in her professional life has a passion for applying her technical knowledge and practical experience to assist individuals and small to medium enterprises with their tax and accounting issues. Kim is a full member of CPA Australia, the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) and the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).

Outside of the office Kim enjoys spending tIme with her family particularly her daughter Zara’s dancing and curing the waterways of Hobart on the jet ski with her husband Greg.

Kim has been actively involved in a number of charities for many years and saw Impact 100 as an opportunity to have input and control  into the outcome.


A. Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas has built a reputation as one of Tasmania’s best media campaign and event designers and managers. He has built a successful facilitation business with a range of corporate clients, as well as providing MC/event management skills. Mark has provided media training for many of Tasmania’s leading organisations, corporate and GBE. He is the Tasmanian president of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance. With 30 years’ experience in the Tasmania media environment, Mark worked for six years for the Tasmanian Government, as a media adviser to Treasurer David Crean, successive Attorneys General and directly with the late Premier Jim Bacon. Mark worked with The Examiner newspaper, TasTV and WIN Television and radio. He is the author of former Australian Test batsman and Tasmanian captain David Boon's two successful biographies, In the Firing Line and Under the Southern Cross.


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Sharran Woods

Sharran joined Impact 100 Tasmania in its’ inaugural year as a Grants Committee member and this year is taking on the role of Treasurer. The Impact 100 grants assessment process provided the perfect opportunity for Sharran to utilise her skill set and expand her understanding of the needs of not for profit organisations in the Tasmanian community.

Sharran is a CPA accountant with over 16 years experience. Her career began in public practice in 2001, working with clients across a variety of industries before moving into the private sector. More recently, Sharran has held positions with Offshore Unlimited, RACT, Metro Tasmania and this year has returned to RACT as Finance Manager Destinations.


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