Andrew Donne

Andrew joined Endeavour Foundation in 2004. He is the CEO of Endeavour Foundation and is responsible for the overall management of Endeavour Foundation’s 28 Australian Disability Enterprises, with a dual focus of ongoing improvement in both the commercial outcomes for the organisation and employment outcomes for supported employees. In recent years, this focus has resulted in a number of major new commercial contracts which has helped improve Endeavour Foundation’s commercial viability and provided greater employment opportunities.   Under Andrew’s leadership, Endeavour Foundation is the largest employer of people with a disability in Australia, providing support to more than 2,125 people in the workplace.   Andrew has extensive commercial experience at Linfox Transport, Shell, Pacific Dunlop and McDonalds.

David Curd

David is an Executive General Manager at Endeavour Foundation. He has more than 20 years' experience in the government, business and community sectors. David was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to study community development and is the founding member and Managing Director of the Community Solutions Group Ltd, an innovative and diversified community service organisation which amalgamated with Endeavour Foundation in October 2014. David is a director of CoAct, a leading NGO national employment services contract manager. David is a member of the National Disability Services (NDS) State Committee. He was awarded the Medal for Management Excellence at the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Management Excellence Awards 2012. David is accredited through the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a passion for engaging with government, business and community sectors to create community capital, through sustainable social service business models.

Mark Fenton

Mark is a finance executive of 24 years, a fellow of CPA Australia and a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has worked in the professional services, manufacturing, retirement living, retail, and membership services sectors.  Mark chaired the Queensland government’s Arts Investment Advisory Board and has been a board member of Queensland Ballet and John Paul College. In the not-for-profit sector he serves as a director for organisations focused on mental health, homelessness and international students.