Belmont BEC Committee of Management
Jules gained his legal experience practising in Johannesburg, in his native South Africa. Migrating to Perth in 2003 , Jules re-qualified as an Australian lawyer in 2004.
Charthill Legal, a company offering a wealth of experience based on over thirty yearslegal experience, in property and business sales transactions and assisting small business with general legal advice and agreements. Jules’ mantra for Charthill Legal is to provide relevant advice to clients on issues and outcomes based on sound practical advice and he derives immense pride and pleasure from helping people resolve legal matters, regardlessof their financial situation.
Rob is a sixth generation born Western Australian, the family arriving on the Brig “Tranby” that anchored in Gage Roads on February 3rd 1830.
Rob has had over forty years experience as a project manager, in development, construction, mining, on and offshore oil and gas and finance projects, both medium and large scale. About half of his experience has been gained oversees in Europe, Asia, the Pacific and the USA. During this time Rob has gained many Institutional qualifications and been involved in service organisations that include CEDA, the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary.
Rob has re-joined the BBEC, having been instrumental in its establishment, and is available to assist new business’s from a commercial, management and financial viewpoint.
Irving worked for 25 years in his family’s fashion business ‘Lanes’ and ‘Sportslane’ as a manager/buyer and subsequently general manager. The business was at one time the largest women’s fashion stores in Australia, and employed more than 100 staff. When the business which was started by Irving’s father and uncle closed in 2004, he took over managing a portfolio of commercial and residential properties. Irving has been a member of the TCFWA Committee since 2012, and is passionate about being able to assist many small fashion businesses
Shirley Lancaster is a registered tax agent and accountant with over 25 years’ experience. Shirley is the proprietor of Ascot Accounting and provides accounting and taxation services for small businesses and individuals through her practice. She is an inaugural member of Belmont Business and Professional Women (BPW), and had served on the board of a not for profit organisation in the health industry for nearly 10 years. She has also been a committee member on the Belmont Business Enterprise Centre Inc. and Textile Clothing Footwear Resource Centre of WA Inc. since 2006.Shirley has worked in industries such as retail, wholesale and insurance and completed a Bachelor of Business from Curtin University of Technology prior to working in the accounting and taxation fields.
Cassie is a financial planner with an industry superannuation fund in Fremantle. Cassie has also worked as a financial planner with Bendigo Bank and P&N Bank. She was also the Assistant State Secretary of the Australian Labor Party (WA Branch). Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University, as well as a Diploma of Financial Services from Kaplan. Cassie is also a Board Director of the Film and Television Institute of WA.
Recently stepped down after 4 years chair/president of Citizen Advocacy Perth West Currently IIPP and Board member Previously:
– 25 years coordinator education services at Chamber of Commerce & Industry of WA
– Commissioner/Board Member Lotteries Commission of WA.
– Chair Gordon Reid Foundation for Youth
– Chair of Ministerial Advisory Committee on Supported Accommodation Assistance Program.
– Member Curriculum Council Advisory Committee. Committed to Small Business, Education and Training
Jasmyn is the Principal and Senior Debt Strategist for Active Debt Specialists, a debt solutions company providing debt negotiation and mediation services to small business and individuals. She has seventeen+ years of specialist experience facilitating agreements between debtors and creditors to avoid bankruptcy, keep assets and get everyone paid equitably. Real solutions. Jasmyn has also been on the National Board of Business & Professional Women Australia since 2001. Her passion is for small business owners to overcome setbacks and reach prosperity.