Daniel Moses - Chairperson Adele House Drug Rehabilitation NSW
Daniel Moses


Daniel has been involved with Adele House since 1997 and Chairperson since 2003.  He is a director of one of the largest independent asset financing companies in Australia, Classic Funding Group.  Daniel is also involved in a number of other community organisations including being Vice President of the Hakoah Club Limited.

Daniel is dedicated to overseeing the advancement of Adele toward becoming a best-practice organisation.

Dominic Sullivan - Director Adele House Drug Rehabilitation NSW
Dominic Sullivan


Dominic is a Director of Adele House and was appointed to the position in 2013.

He has over 20 years’ experience spanning public and private sectors in legal, property and commercial roles.  Dominic is currently a Director for a property and investment company.  He was a former commercial lawyer with the Crown Solicitor’s Office and he also served as Mayor of Randwick City for six years. Dominic holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts (Hons).

Dominic is passionate about the ongoing sustainability of Adele House and the continuing success of its program for rehabilitation.

Will Morgan - Director Adele House Drug Rehabilitation NSW
William Morgan


Will is a Director at Adele House and was appointed to the position in 2014.

Will has extensive experience in corporate advisory and financial analysis, with 15 years’ experience in various senior roles within major property and investment management organisations. He also has broad experience within the not-for-profit sector, sitting on a number of community boards and committees. Will holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Macquarie University.

Prior to joining the management committee, Will was and still continues to be an avid supporter and fundraiser for Adele.

Maria Scott - Director Adele House Drug Rehabilitation NSW
Maria Scott


Maria is a Director of Adele House and was appointed in 2014.

Maria has over 30 years’ experience in marketing, communications and project management throughout Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.  Since starting her own business in 2001, she has worked in senior management positions for a number of private, public and educational organisations.

Maria is also involved in Rotary International, a world-wide volunteer organisation, and was previously a board member of the Property Industry Foundation Ball Committee, a charity that raises money for Kids at Risk.

Having been involved in the not-for-profit sector since 2000, Maria is enthusiastic about the future of Adele.