Hallam Community Learning Centre

Committee of Governance

Kevin Harris

I have worked in my own family business for over 15 years now and enjoy service the general public.

I changed careers to give my children the best possible chance in life to be independent.

What we offer as a business is array of things, disco’s, trivia nights, face painting, wax hands, balloon twisting, we do kids parties, bar mitzvah, 18’ths 21st and even cater for the older generation. 

We also do sessional activities, such as the Easter Bunny as well as my proudest offering in Santa.

Each Christmas I travel across Australia seeing those in need in hospitals, seeing those kids faces is a wonderful feeling.

In my spare time I run a Volleyball competition in Berwick and over 12 sides competing each week.

Each week I also help run a local radio station in the City of Casey.

I have been involved in Community Houses now for well over 12 years and enjoy being on committee’s to help achieve service excellence to the local community and give people a sense of belonging.

Frank Kauhausen

Frank worked for VicRoads for 33 years, initially as a surveyor, then Environmental Officer on many major road projects.

Frank has been running his own business for the past 3.5 years as an Environmental Consultant, working closely with the construction industry. He has also been involved in Community House’s for the past 15 years, taking on various roles on Committees. Frank is presently is our Treasurer.

In Franks spare time he enjoys wind surfing and a quiet Red.

Alex Pansow

30+ years of management and customer service experience in the public and private sector.

Operated own business for over 6 years offering business consulting / training and recruitment.

Have consulted for other Community House’s previously. Loving the opportunity of working with the Hallam Learning and Community Centre.

In Alex’s spare time he enjoys family time and listening to music and watching sport.

Tania Sacco

Tania has spent the last 20 years in the not-for-profit community sector but has over 35 years of Management experience in the Banking, Telecommunication, Security and Community Sectors. She holds tertiary qualifications in Management, Project Management and Community Sector Management. She is an avid toxophilite (dedicated archer) having represented Victoria at State level and is a Justice of the Peace. Tania advocates strongly for the disability sector as she has two children on the autism spectrum.

Liam Gillen

Liam is a local small business owner and has worked in the food industry for over 40 years.

He brings years of experience from his association as a Committee and Board member with various organisations in Sport, Food and Consultancy.

He is passionate to assist in building a sustainable Community Centre for the community to enjoy.

In his spare time Liam enjoys AFL, playing Golf and travelling.