At Magenta, our team is a group of passionate professionals. They are the driving force behind everything we do, and harness their skills and experience in pursuit of one, common goal – to make a difference in the lives of others.

Promoting compassion, kindness and cooperation, our people make Magenta a great place to work. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, they place a high value on integrity. Furthermore, they are people-focused. They believe in the power and importance of personal choice.

From the moment you enter our service, our team is warm, welcoming and supportive. 

“I have had the honour of working for Magenta Community Services for 5 years now. I look forward to going to work EVERYDAY. The training provided to staff is outstanding.” – Bron


Wendy Agar joined the Magenta team in January 2020. Backed by a strong community service and business background, she has worked in leadership roles for more than 25 years. Most recently, Wendy was the CEO of Sunrise Way Rehabilitation in Toowoomba.

Wendy’s passion for inclusive and accessible community services stems from her personal experience. Growing up, she watched her parents struggle to access services and appropriate support for her brother who had a disability. Today, Wendy loves being a part of an organisation who ensures families do not have to endure this heartache.

Joining a values-driven organisation that makes a real difference played a fundamental role in Wendy’s decision to join Magenta. Describing herself as a “heart fit”, Wendy is focused on leading the organisation into the next chapter. Moreover, she is driving a renewed strategic direction.

Wendy is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Additionally, she is a member of the Regional Advisory Council at St Vincent’s Hospital Toowoomba and sits on the Board of CatholicCare Social Services.

Outside her role as CEO, Wendy enjoys catching up with family and friends. A keen traveller, trekking great walks and visiting incredible art galleries around the globe tops Wendy’s bucket list.


Tiffany Smith, Area Manager for Central Queensland

Commencing in 2016, Tiffany brings a strong administrative and service background to the organisation.

With a deep affinity for the community she works in, Tiffany’s passion stems from more than ten years of working in local government across multiple service areas. She is an advocate for social justice and also believes in the need for ongoing improvement of service accessibility and connectivity.

Tiffany loves interacting with people from all walks of life. A keen problem solver, her genuine desire to help others shines through in her leadership role.

Outside of work, Tiffany loves spending time with her family. She also enjoys walking her two dogs, going out to dinner and watching movies.

Jessica Doyle, Area Manager for Southern Queensland

Jessica joined the Magenta team in 2016. Backed by a career spanning 20 years, she has a background in education and community services.

Jessica is passionate about working with people to create meaningful change and great outcomes. Additionally, she places a high value on a holistic approach to support. Whether it’s communicating with loved ones or connecting with communities, Jessica ensures people are at the centre of Magenta’s support framework. 

During her time at Magenta, Jessica has worked across aged care and disability support services. Furthermore, she is experienced in supporting children with disabilities.

Outside of her role, Jessica loves spending time with her family. Being outdoors and camping as often as possible are also favourite pastimes.

Erin Thomas, Area Manager for Northern Rivers

Erin joined the Magenta team in 2019 and loves working on the ground supporting people with a disability.

Erin brings an experienced skillset to the organisation. Her background includes working at a leadership level in NDIS support coordination. Additionally, Erin has ten-year career in the community service sector. Because of her experience, Erin has an in-depth understanding of service delivery at every level.

With a strong passion for the disability sector, Erin works to ensure participants receive the highest level of support. She loves working as part of a team. Likewise, she places a high value on training and mentorship.

Outside of her role, Erin loves cooking, entertaining and spending time with her two Siberian Huskies. She spends most weekends exploring different beaches and quirky cafes with her husband. The pair are also keen renovators.

Jason Reed, Regional Development Manager for New England

Looking after the New England region, Jason has an experienced background in health and fitness, as well as the disability sector. He has a wealth of leadership, coaching and business skills. Furthermore, Jason brings a complementary blend of experience to the Magenta leadership team.

Jason’s passion for supporting regional and rural communities stems from growing up and living in regional New South Wales. He places a high value on community because he understands the complex issues faced by regional areas. This includes with disability and mental health services.

In the past, Jason has been on the board for a variety of disability and community groups, including Co-Operative Life. Outside of his role at Magenta, Jason is a busy Dad to two beautiful girls. He is also a keen renovator and enjoys playing soccer. 

Nathan Rose, Support Coordination Leader

Overseeing our support coordination service, Nathan has a strong background in individual and family services. Commencing in 2018, Nathan has played a key role in building our support coordination service as-well-as driving exponential growth. Today, the service supports more than 100 participants across four regions.

Nathan is skilled in operations management and technical support, coupled with case management, person-centered planning, and team leadership.

Nathan works alongside a dynamic and compassionate team. Together, they have developed a reputation for helping people get the most out of their plan.

Nathan’s passion for supporting people with disability stems from his personal experience. His sister lives with disability and accesses the NDIS. Nathan knows first-hand how important it is for families to have a strong voice and this underpins how he works with individuals and families.

Outside of his role with Magenta, Nathan enjoys spending time with his family, exploring the great outdoors and camping.

Simone Mooketsi, Quality Outcomes Leader

Simone is our Quality Outcomes Leader. She works with our teams to improve systems and processes. Above all, she helps ensure that we can continue to provide high-quality services as we grow and expand.

With an experienced background, Simone’s skillset includes quality assurance, governance, policy and risk management. Additionally, Simone brings a wealth of knowledge in projects and administration. Simone has worked across all levels of government, and the not-for-profit and private sectors. Her experience includes providing a high level of support, solutions and leadership.

Simone holds a Master of Social Policy and Planning. Furthermore, she has a Diploma of Government specialising in contract management and undergraduate qualifications in Economics and Political Science.

Outside of her role with Magenta, Simone is a busy Mum. She enjoys the outdoors, travelling, spending time with family and contributing to the community through volunteering.


Magenta is governed by an independent and voluntary Advisory Board. Together, they provide effective oversight of management and strategic guidance. Equally important, they champion the founding purpose for which the organisation was established.

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Whether you need support in your home, coordination of services, plan management or something else. Our team can help.

Get in touch with our team


Central QLD: (07) 4899 0261

Northern Rivers: (02) 6621 2319

New England: 0429 455 532

Southern QLD: (07) 4633 4967

E: info@mcsnsw.com.au


P: 0447 299 078

E: planmanager@mcsnsw.com.au


P: 0427 065 840

E: cos@mcsnsw.com.au