WHAT IS KEYS

Kwinana Early Years Services has been in your community for almost 30 years!

We know that being a parent or primary caregiver is immensely rewarding. It’s also exhausting, overwhelming and challenging that’s why we’re here.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to promote a better quality of life for families by providing an integrated range of services that support, inform, empower and encourage.

WHO WE ARE

KEYS has been strengthening families since 1993. We are a not for profit organisation providing outstanding free support and quality services to children, parents, carers and grandparents.

BOARD MEMBERS

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Fiona Grieves

Chairperson

Fiona is the Manager of Community Services at the City of Kwinana and joined the KEYS Board in 2018. Her background includes activating and establishing programs and services in emerging communities, stakeholder collaboration, and reinvigorating existing communities. She’s passionate about making a difference and seeing local families blossom with the support of KEYS. 

Jane Davies

Deputy Chairperson

Jane is a marketing and commercial leader with over 25 years’ experience in the commercial, not-for-profit, and government sectors. During this time, she also spent many years working with Aboriginal communities, families and individuals all over WA, assisting them to develop their business ideas and aspirations. Jane’s expertise focuses on high-level, results driven business development which encompasses marketing, communications, digital and brand strategy, audience engagement, and organisational growth. 

Mathew Rowse

An ex-Police Officer, Matthew is now a City of Kwinana Elected Member. As a stay-at-home father of two, Matthew understands the complex issues parents face, and the important role parents play in helping children develop while contributing to a thriving community. He’s been involved with community groups for many years and is focused on improving community spirit and the lives of those within.

Peter Feasey

I have lived in Kwinana for over 20 years. I was first elected to council in October 2007 and I​ am one of the youngest councillors ever elected at the City. I was elected as Deputy Mayor in 2013 and have held that position since. Over the past 14 years I’ve been an active member of various community , sporting associations and boards, holding many different roles from president to general member. I have spent most of my working life within the community sector in range of roles from youth worker to, team leader and service manager. I am currently employed by the State Government where I work as an electorate officer in a State MP’s office managing issues in the community.  I hold a Certificate in Youth Work, Certificate in Training and a Diploma of Community Service Management.​