Marina Pullin


Marina is the Chairperson of the Foundation and helped establish the Constitution, Incorporation framework. With her strategic assistance and advice, the 4 Good Foundation successfully achieved the DGR status with the Australian Taxation Office. Marina is currently working towards a major social enterprise projects to bring better taxation options to Australian not for profits.

Marina is one of the finalists for the Optus Business Awards, Business Woman of the Year 2016.



Michelle Peterson


Michelle Peterson joined the Foundation ins 2019 and brings with her a passion for building community and helping to establish strong connections within South Australia.

A proud and hardworking advocate, Michelle brings energy and a positive ‘can do/will do’ attitude to our grass roots charity



Jonathan Teubner


Jonathan focuses on family time with his wife and daughter as well as pursuing lifelong passions in following football and cricket. It is his desire to assist in the development of a safer and more considerate world for women by focusing community support on those that need that help the most as sufferers of the scourge of domestic violence that has lead him to work with the For Good Foundation. By utilizing the skills developed across his career, he is able to give back to the community and help improve the society his daughter will grow into; and the For Good Foundation is the perfect vehicle to engage in this change.




Claire Pullan


Claire has over 10 years’ experience working with State government and is currently working in the Governance and Regulation group at SA Water, an organisation responsible for ensuring South Australia has reliable water and waste water services. Having settled in Adelaide in 2007, Claire has spent her time here building relationships, developing her leadership skills, and supporting business technology and people through process improvement.

Outside of work Claire enjoys the creative outlets of photography, writing, and baking, and enjoys time with her husband, young son, and teenage step daughters. Claire is motivated by social equality and access to critical services, and is studying a Bachelor or Public Administration, with a focus on public policy analysis.

She excited by the excited to support the values, vision and work of the For Good Foundation, and brings to the board a positive and a pragmatic personality, with engagement and analysis experience, natural leadership, and an understanding of framework development.




Andrew (Andy) Watson


Andy is currently part of the leadership team with Bunnings where he has developed and led teams in a highly competitive industry and brings over 20 years’ experience in business operations and business innovation strategy development and implementation.

In addition to his current position Andy has led various organizational projects across large corporations, start-ups and technology commercialization ventures and finds time to freelance as a Technology Commercialization Analyst for Availer, customer insight research report author for Swinburne University, whilst completing an MBA at the University of South Australia and Blockchain Strategies and Applications at Melbourne’s RMIT.

As the father of a young family Andy understands the importance of social change by making a positive difference to the lives of those in need of support.




Maria Phong



Maria has worked in the design, communication and marketing profession for over 12 years working in a range of organisations and teams across multi-faceted projects. Her skills have proven to be transferable across different sectors with one key driver – effective communication.

Joining the Foundation in 2020, she is passionate about contributing to the community and playing a part in making a difference.