Our Team

Our Leadership Team

Deb Browning and Glen Ottley

For over 30 years, life partners Deb and Glen have been involved in the lives of people with disability and their families, in Western Australia.

Glen commenced his career as a social trainer, progressed into accommodation management, DSC Local Area Coordination and non-government service management, before co-founding One2One with Deb in 2011.

Deb has extensive sector experience as an administrator, service coordinator, board director and HR operative, developing cohesive teams of valued staff from a diverse range of cultural and social backgrounds, to deliver quality support services.

Together Deb and Glen have taken One2One from a small, bespoke, individualised provider to a medium-sized, preferred provider of specialist Individual Living Options in WA. They have developed a team of skilled managers, coordinators and support staff, led by their accomplished CEO, Rod Davies. Deb and Glen continue to direct One2One together with Rod and our Management Team.

Rod Davies

Rod has committed his life to supporting people with disability to be included, in charge of their own lives and have services tailored to them. Inclusion, self-direction and a person-centred approach are not just words to him, these values drive all that he does.
Rod started his career over 20 years ago providing support to a young man with cerebral palsy that he went to high school with. Years later he is delighted to be the CEO of One2One which provides the same young man with round the clock support.

In the intervening years, Rod worked as a coresident support worker, assisted in a quality of life study of people with disability in Sri Lanka and Tanzania and completed a degree in disability studies. He also worked as a Local Area Coordinator and further developed his passion for live-in support arrangements. Before coming to One2One Rod worked as a senior manager in an individualised accommodation support provider and became a key thinker and practitioner of individual living arrangements in Australia.

Rod provides consultancy to organisations and individuals interested in Individual Living Options, live-in support arrangements and person centred supports in general.

Rebecca Gotti

Rebecca has over 30 years’ experience working in the Disability sector, realising her passion for assisting individuals with disability to have an everyday life whilst undertaking tertiary study in Recreation and Human Services Management.

She spent 5 years as Development Officer for a small non-government organisation that provided camps for children with disability before securing her dream job as a Local Area Coordinator with the Disability Services Commission. She remained in this role for almost 20 years. In that time Rebecca had the privilege of working alongside a vast number of families and individuals, helping to connect with the community and to work toward achieving their goals. During her tenure she spent time in various leadership and development roles. In recent years she has worked in individualised service provision with another non-government organisation before joining the team at One2One.

Rebecca brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role as Service Manager. She is committed to providing genuine and intentional leadership to the team to ensure ongoing high standard of service provision.

Lee Selkirk

Lee has been working in the disability sector for over 20 years and has experience in both government and non-government organisations. Lee is passionate about working with people and believes all people have the right to lead their best possible lives. Lee has a brother with a disability which has helped build her deep understanding of families, the struggles they may face and the dreams they want to realise for their family member with a disability. This helps drive Lee to walk alongside people with disabilities, their families, and friends, to build the life they want to live.
Throughout her 20 years, Lee has worked in both direct support roles as well as various leadership and coordination roles. Lee is also passionate about the arts and has been involved in and coordinated a number of arts projects for people with disabilities with one culminating in an 8-year partnership between Disability Services Commission, Melville Community Arts association & Fairholme Disability support group. In 2013, Lee was awarded a Pride of Workmanship Award for her work on this project.

Lee loves working with people and has a particular drive in training, mentoring and developing people to realise their potential and bring their best to the work they do. She is committed to supporting and developing the Coordination team to bring the best innovative and individualised approaches to supporting people with disabilities.
Outside of work Lee loves to spend time with family, watch her kids play footy or socialise and dance to live music with friends. Lee is a keen artist and to unwind, loves nothing more than spending her weekend days painting.

Sara McPherson

Sara’s interest in working with people living with disability developed in 2010 when she was working as a music teacher. With no prior experience in disability, she supported a man with hearing and vision impairment to learn guitar. This required her to develop a deep understanding of him, and what he wanted to achieve as well as redesigning and tailoring her lessons to his needs.

Following this experience and others like it, Sara decided to begin her career in the disability sector in direct support roles with a focus on relationship building and developing people’s talents through the scaffolding of their goals.

During her career, Sara has also worked in case management, marketing, service coordination and other leadership roles. She is committed to advocacy and innovative approaches to enable people with disabilities to live the lives they want to live. After work, Sara enjoys playing music, travelling, socialising and spending time with her pets.

Racheal Enkel

Having lived in WA all her life and with a strong sense of family and giving back, Racheal has volunteered and worked in a rapidly changing community, aged and disability services since 2007. She finds purpose in giving back to the community and ensuring everyone feels valued, safe, and having every opportunity to be their best, no matter who they are. 

Never one to sit still, Racheal constantly tries to keep ahead of the curve and thirsts for knowledge and continuous improvement. Having completed various courses in Management, Administration, Business Analysis and Governance, Racheal is currently completing a Bachelor of Business in Management to work towards getting an MBA.  

Racheal is also an Alumni of Leadership WA, AIM WA and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Racheal has also volunteered in various roles on the board of Not For Profits in WA. 

When Racheal is not working, volunteering or studying, she loves to spend time baking and creating treats to share with the family and the office. Racheal also enjoys heading out in the caravan with her husband and son to all the fantastic places in WA.    


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