Empowering our community to create change
No one travels their journey alone
Love Me Love You is a not for profit organisation providing interactive and engaging programs that challenge the views and stigmas surrounding mental health.
According to the World Health Organization, mental health is ‘a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. ’
We empower the community to create positive change for their Mental Health.
By 2025 we will deliver 500K+ experiences
How We Got Started
A former first round draft pick and AFL footballer, Lance Picioane established Love Me Love You in 2013 to empower our community to take control of their mental wellbeing and to live happier, more fulfilling lives. As a teenager and throughout his AFL career, Lance was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. Like many young adults, Lance chose not to ask for help, but instead turned to partying and substance abuse.
By being truthful with himself, his family and his friends, Lance turned a corner and sought help. Although he still has his down days, Lance now lives a life full of love and happiness. Love Me Love You programs are based on Lance’s experiences and are aimed at educating and empowering our community about the importance of mental health their wellbeing journey.
Empowering our community in 2020
We aim to achieve
We will continue to empower to create change
Love Me Love You lays the foundation of self care so that we are all able to make a contribution to our community. Together we need to embrace the challenge, engage in the support and empower the opportunity to make a difference!
Meet Our board
MIKE SCNHEIDER - CHAIRPERSON
Michael Scnheider was appointed Managing Director Bunnings Australia and New Zealand in March 2016. He then joined the board in 2019, strengthening its corporate reach.
He is a strong advocate for emerging talent and believes in giving young leaders every opportunity to realise their full potential and develop their careers across a range of disciplines within the business.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of NSW and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD, and the Advanced Strategic Management Program at IMD.
GLENDA PICIOANE - SECRETARY
Glenda recently retired from life in the Corporate world where she spent her career in Operations, Sales and Customer Engagement across many different industries both here in Australia and overseas.
Glenda has been associated with Love Me Love You from the beginning and is the Board Secretary for Love Me Love You supporting the Foundation. When not supporting the Foundation, Glenda spends her time with hubby Joey and fur-babies in East Gippsland. Glenda’s passions include her family all of whom she is proud of, travelling, reading, crafts and food.
GREG BULLOCK - TREASURER
Greg is the Group Treasury Manager at Wilmar Sugar Australia Pty Ltd. Joining the Love Me Love You board in 2016 Greg has been an integural part of the foundations development and financial stability.
Greg is heavily involved within the community and regularly participates in the annual March with Me walks along with his wife.
Greg holds a a Masters in Professional Accounting from Deaking University and a Masters in Applied Finance from Maquarie University.
DANIELA DE FAZIO
JEREMY SZWIDER - LEGAL
Jeremy Szwider is an experienced commercial lawyer with a broad range of private practice and industry experience. He is a principal of Bespoke Law and a practising lawyer admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria. With a depth of knowledge and experience in the legal sector, Jeremy has worked closely with Love Me Love You, acting as its legal adviser, ably supported by the wider team at Bespoke. He is involved in various capacities in other charitable pursuits, but it is Love Me Love You that has been the key focus for Jeremy for several years, acting as a board member, legal and corporate governance adviser and strong advocate of the foundation.
KONRAD SPILVA - MARKETING
Konrad has been working in the marketing industry since 2001 when he co-founded digital agency Visual Jazz (now Isobar). After being acquired in 2008 by the Dentsu Aegis Network, he went on to become Group Isobar ANZ CEO and Dentsu’s Head of Innovation before resigning from his role in May last year.
Konrad still sits on the Isobar Good (Social Impact) global advisory board and involved as an investor/advisor in several digital native businesses. He is a strong believer in business giving back to the community they operate in and is also involved with Monash University’s school of entrepreneurship.
Konrad holds a Bachelor of Business Marketing at RMIT and loves spending time hacking around the golf course, attempting to hurt himself on the wakeboard and having adventures with his wife Hannah, son Archie and their dog Chewie.
MATTHEW PILLIOS - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
A personable, energetic and enthusiastic person, Matthew has gone from strength to strength over the course of a eight-year real estate career. Matthew has developed a reputation for sincerity and dedication to his clients, their families and their real estate goals. In addition to his passion for people and property.
Matthew has a background in sports commentating with FOX Sports and is also a public auctioneer. Matthew lives a fast-paced world with a combination of real estate, being a board member and co-founder of the foundation along with being a husband to wife of eleven years, Belinda, and father to two kids, Duke and Stella. He is also heavily involved with Brighton Primary school and coaches his sons football team the Brighton East Vampires.
Paul Gregory joined the LMLY Board in March 2019 as Chairman.
Born in Melbourne , Paul studied at Melbourne University (BSc) He is married with three children and four grandchildren.
Paul has had an extensive professional career both in Australian and Overseas, particularly in Mainland China.
He has worked in the Cosmetics, Publishing and Consumer Products sectors , with brands including Omega, Australian Geographic and PCH International.