Meet the Yellow Brick Road Team

Every single person in the Yellow Brick Road team plays a vital role in delivering our Kaupapa. Together, they inspire and equip whānau to restore themselves, by supporting their journeys from a place of distress to one of mental wellbeing.

Vicki Lee

Chief Executive Officer

“It is a privilege to lead the Yellow Brick Road team and I love using my skills to make a difference for New Zealand families. I am excited to grow our brand awareness, develop our services for families and to lead our team into a bright and bold future.”

Jade Caulfield

Northern Regional Manager

“I love that families who use Yellow Brick Road services leave with more skills and tools in their kete. I also like that I get to support awesome staff who encourage families every day to improve their own wellbeing.”

Louise Rattray

Clinical Team Manager, Northern Region

“The Yellow Brick Road team does amazing work that makes a huge difference in peoples’ lives. The work, culture and direction we are moving in make me feel very excited and hopeful for the future.”

Diane Law

Waikato Regional Manager

“I am in awe of the strength and courage of the whānau we support and love seeing the change Yellow Brick Road makes to their lives. I enjoy playing my part, by helping staff and families achieve their goals.” 

Gareth Andrews

Team Leader, Taranaki Region

“We get to really listen to families and watch people become empowered to change their situations. I love that and how the people at Yellow Brick Road care and believe in what they do.”

Susan O'Connell

Nelson Regional Manager

I am passionate about empowering families and I am proud of what Yellow Brick Road stands for – supporting whanau on their journey to wellbeing. The feedback families provide about the difference our support makes truly inspires me to work here.”  

Helen McLeod

Canterbury Regional Manager

“It is great working with an innovative, professional team of people who make a positive difference for others. I go home from work every day thinking how lucky I am and how I love being able to help people in distress.”