Jamie has worked in the social housing and homelessness sectors in Sydney since 2007. Starting with the Department of Housing in the Maroubra Office, Jamie has managed social housing tenancies in La Perouse and South Coogee, some of which have now been transferred to Bridge Housing to manage.


From 2011, Jamie managed homelessness projects under the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness before starting as the Inner City Homelessness Place Manager following the Going Home Staying Home reform. As the place manager, Jamie brought together the newly funded services to work in a coordinated way through a series of action plans. This included, among other initiatives, establishing the coordinated homelessness outreach work now operating in Sydney; a model that has been rolled out into new locations across the state including Parramatta, Newcastle, Tweed and Byron. Later Jamie led teams in FACS Homelessness Design and Stewardship to deliver projects during COVID like sustaining tenancies and Together Home.


Jamie joined Bridge Housing in 2022 as the Sustainable Communities Manager before taking on the Regional Manager Central role in 2023. His responsibilities include Partnerships and Support Coordination, Housing Pathways and social housing in the Eastern Suburbs and City of Sydney.


Jamie believes strongly in people’s right to a home including social housing for those most need particularly for vulnerable families and housing first programs for people who have experienced long term homelessness.


Always was and
always will be

Bridge Housing acknowledges that the land we live and work on always was and always will be Aboriginal land.