Our Board

Stefanie Evans – Co-founder and Managing Director

Stefanie Evans grew up in Germany and studied Business in Germany, where she worked for AEG Telefunken and BMW Motor Bikes. In 1970, Stefanie caught the “wanderlust” bug and moved to London to further her English studies and work as an au-pair where she unknowingly had her first contact with Asperger’s Syndrome. She immigrated to Australia in 1973 where she met her husband and after a stint in Papua New Guinea in 1982 they moved back to Brisbane to raise two children. In 1994, Stefanie’s son was diagnosed with ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome at the age of 7 by Clinical Psychologist Prof. Tony Attwood, and their lives changed drastically.

Over the last 23 years, Stefanie has served as a committee member, Hon Secretary, and later became a Director of the organisation. She is now the Managing Director of the Asperger Centre after more than 30 years as a full time volunteer.

Since joining the group, Stefanie has been instrumental in the push toward a holistic support approach for families and adults. This resulted into two major changes – moving into retail shops for 10 years and in 2012 opening the Asperger Centre, to continue to improve and educate families, stakeholders and service providers about Asperger’s Syndrome.

In 2006, Stefanie received the Lilly Australia Day Award for valued contribution to the community in Lilly.

“I have always had an interest in people, and it has been and continues to be a joy to be part of the Asperger Community who have exceptional skills and can participate in our communities with the right support.”


Dr Camilla Andrews – Board Member for over 5 years

Dr Camilla Andrews has acquired more than 30 years’ experience as a GP and still practices in our local community. Camilla is passionate about research and evaluation, organisational governance and the not-for-profit sector generally.


Peter Callaghan – Board Member

Ad Dip Community Services (Disability)
Dip Business (Front Line Management)
Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors

Peter has broad experience in the not-for-profit sector. Over his 40 years, he has been involved in Senior Leadership and Board roles in many Community Service organisations spanning youth, disability, aged care, housing, education, training, employment and Industry Services sectors in Queensland.

Until July 2011, Peter was founder and CEO of Community Employment Options Inc and, after a merge, co-founder and Executive Manager, Employment and Training Services of a multi-site/program ‘community business’ known as the Community Solutions Inc. Over the 20-year development, Peter oversaw operations across 18 sites in Queensland, 300 staff and programs including DES, JSA, PPP, PHaMS, Youth Connections, Skilling Queenslanders for Work delivered to nearly 6000 clients across the State.

Peter now works as a Partner with the consulting group – DCA Advisory Services. The group, predominately, support Community Service organisations to better respond to the changing environment.

Peter is passionate about utilising his experiences, skills and knowledge to assist organisations develop their capacity to grow sustainably and achieve their full potential. Central to his passion are people in our Regional, Rural and Remote Communities of Queensland.


Robyn Renneberg – Director

Bachelor of Arts (English/History)
Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary Teaching)
Master of Administration (Public Administration, Organisational Change and Human Resource Management)
Graduate Certificate in International and Community Development

Raised in a small country town, Robyn started her career as a school teacher moving to adult learning through roles in workplace training and education in the Commonwealth Public Sector. Over time she progressed to senior roles in human resource management and development and strategic planning.

For over twenty years Robyn worked as a capacity development specialist in international development. She worked in many developing countries as a project director, capacity development advisor and as a development specialist designing, reviewing and evaluating aid programs.

Robyn brings an interest and expertise in both organisational and individual capacity building which she aims to apply internally with ASA and externally to ASA’s members and the broader Asperger community.