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Amy Compton-Keen

CEO and Company Secretary/Director

Amy Compton-Keen.BA Sociology/ Women’s Studies, Grad Dip Bus Admin/Management, Cert IV Training & Assessing, Cert IV Youth Work, Cert IV Counselling 


Amy is the CEO of SERO4 Ltd. Amy was formally the Director of the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre on the Gold Coast and has over 30 years of experience in the community services sector in a variety of service delivery and management roles.

Amy has extensive experience in providing professional services, co creating solutions with organisations, and integrated systems, developing and delivering innovative programs.


Amy also has a strong training and teaching background at the tertiary level.

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Marie Sayer


Marie Sayer is a project and training specialist working in the not for profit sector. Marie has worked at The Smith Family for over 11 years, managing the financial literacy program.

Marie has extensive service delivery experience working with women who have experienced domestic and family violence, supporting them to re-enter the workforce or pursue further study and personal development.

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Diane Barton


Di Barton is a communication specialist with more than 20 years’ experience consulting to clients across a diverse range of sectors including human services, health, education and social services.

Di is currently a Director in the corporate communication team at Rowland — Brisbane’s most respected communication agency. 

Prior to joining Rowland in 2016, she was a senior manager at Edelman, working with government, private and not for profit organisations in the health sector in Asia and Australia, providing strategic counsel on advocacy, stakeholder engagement and issues management.

Di has a passion for strategic communication and effective stakeholder engagement. 

She holds a Bachelor of Business — Communication from the Queensland University of Technology, with a major in Advertising.

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Response to the coronavirus threat

In view of the constantly changing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation we want to let you know what actions SERO4 and The MARA Project are taking in this difficult and unprecedented time.


The actions we are taking
We are focusing on the health and wellbeing of our staff and their families while we continue to provide high level service to our clients. We monitor all official updates and follow advice from the Australian Government Department of Health. We are maintaining a calm and balanced view and will try to make informed decisions that help limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

SERO4 Ltd is committed to ending domestic and family violence in our community, and we have zero tolerance for domestic and family violence in our organisation. We proactively support our staff who may have experienced domestic and family violence or who may support a friend or family member, and we respect their privacy.

SERO4 Ltd respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, and we recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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