Our Board

Twelve & Thirteen is run under DoGood Volunteers Ltd, a volunteer board of committed and experienced community leaders with diverse and complementary skills across governance, finance, fundraising and marketing. The Board ensures the program can deliver its mission and continues to evolve and adapt to the changing needs of our community, participants and partners.

emma peleg

Emma Peleg


Emma began her career as a nurse educator and senior intensive care nurse and has worked with start-up medical device companies across the USA and Asia-Pacific. In her current role at the Spinal Research Institute, Emma delivers on strategic priority areas, reports to funders and board directors and is involved in securing competitive grants. Having attended the Twelve and the Thirteen programs with her kids, Emma has seen first hand how the programs have grown and the insightful long-term experiences the programs have given her children and herself.

Koren Wines


Koren has been in the technology space for over 20 years in various Executive and General Management roles and she is currently the General Manager of WorkflowMax, an end to end job management solution owned by Xero.

With an educational background in psychology, Koren is passionate about people, business and technology and loves how technology can change lives for the better. She is a mum of three, with her eldest son having attended the first Thirteen program, a daughter who has attended Twelve and another daughter in the 2022 cohort.

Davinah Butbul

Davinah Butbul

Board Member

Davinah has been in the governance field for 15 years, specialising in Risk Management. The majority of her career has been spent in the Corporate environment, however the last couple of years she moved into the Project construction space, as the Risk Manager for the Level Crossings Removal Project. She is a mum of three, with her oldest close to the age to participate in the program. She enjoys running and reading and is excited to get involved and contribute to this amazing program.

Davin Miller

Davin Miller

Board Member

Davin has held various CEO and General Management roles for the past 15 years and is currently the Australasian CEO for TSG, a Payments and Software company. For the past 2 years, Davin has served on the Board of Leibler Yavneh College where he has been responsible for the Enrolments Portfolio. Davin has two daughters, aged 12 and 14, both of whom completed the Twelve program. In his spare time, he likes to run marathons and talk about running … a lot.

Elan Pamensky


Elan has worked extensively as CFO for large corporations, SMEs and family businesses globally and is a member of CPA Australia. Currently, he runs his own business, Cloud CFO, helping start-ups with outsourced CFO and bookkeeping services. Combining his passion for numbers, technology, coffee and the start-up scene, he enjoys the challenge of helping companies reach their business growth potential. Elan has two boys aged 10 and 13. Outside of work, he loves spending time with his family; running (having completed 16 marathons) and drinking coffee.

Rochelle Younger


Rochelle joined the DoGood Volunteers board as Company Secretary in September 2021. Rochelle is a commercial lawyer, with over 20 years experience in private practice and in-house at start-ups and more established companies in the digital, telecommunications and energy sectors, specialising in competition and consumer law, advertising, IP, privacy and regulated products and services.

Rochelle’s sons recently participated in the Thirteen program and she now looks forward to continuing her involvement with the Twelve & Thirteen program as a board member. She believes that the program offers a unique and important opportunity to broaden participants’ understanding of challenges faced by others in our community and to experience first hand the positive impact that participants can have – both on others and themselves – by volunteering just a few hours of their time.

In her spare time, Rochelle loves to travel, host elaborate dinner parties, see live music and spend time outdoors with her family and two labradoodles…though these days, she would happily settle for a simple dinner with her extended family around the table, a long weekend away and a walk along the beach or through a national park surrounded by big trees.

Shira Rosenblum

Board Member

Shira is a recent graduate of a Bachelor of Arts and Law from Monash University.

She has extensive leadership experience in volunteer organisations having been a Committee Member at the Australasian Union of Jewish Students for five years and working with other community organisations throughout her university career.

Having previously led students aged between 8 and 18 at Hineni Youth and Welfare, Shira is looking forward to engaging with students of the program. In her spare time, Shira likes to walk her dog, read and listen to interesting podcasts.