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The Senior Managers

Peter Quayle


Establishing the company in 2012 alongside his family, Pete works in the role of Managing Director, overseeing Jigsaw Blue’s complete operation.  

Pete suggested to his family to start Jigsaw Blue after his brother-in-law had a motorbike accident resulting in an acquired brain injury. The passion to support people grew stronger and Jigsaw Blue was created on a dark stormy night (ask him to tell you that story!)

With over 30 years in an executive roles, Pete’s knowledge of corporate processes shines through Jigsaw Blue.  

Pete’s operational leadership experience comes from his background working at Honeywell, James Hardie, BCA and NEC just to mention a few.  

He possesses the skills to drive Jigsaw Blue and its team to where it has become today- a quality player in the industry. Pete continues to lead with vision, and always delivering our organisations goals.  

In Pete’s spare time he enjoys trying new restaurants, fishing, and travelling.  

Deb Quayle


After being involved in the disability field since 1992, Deb established Jigsaw Blue alongside her family in 2012 where she is now a recognised leader throughout the Disability industry.  

She has a passion for leading her team to be at the highest level of quality to deliver the best outcomes for Jigsaw Blue, it’s clients, participants and staff. 

Deb began her career as a Disability Support Worker at a day service in Melbourne from 1994 until 2009 after which she then joined a private service provider that decided to focus specifically on residential care. This was highly successful and before long she'd made her way up to being the General Manager of the organisation. 

With an extensive history of demonstrated leadership, Debs role is our Director of Services and enjoys passing on her knowledge to grow Jigsaw Blue into the company it has become today - 100% focussed around our clients, participants and staff.     

Deb also devotes a lot of her time supporting numerous causes such as The Cancer Council, R U OK?, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and various other worthy causes. She spends her spare time with her

growing family and her beautiful french bulldog 'Paris'.    



Dan supported his family in starting up Jigsaw Blue to become the company it is today. He has a passion for operational leadership across the very different functions of service delivery, governance, risk, and quality.  

As part of his role as Executive General Manager,  Dan’s motivation is in enhancing Jigsaw Blue’s service delivery to continue being a quality provider of NDIS & DFFH support services.  

Dan has more than 12 years corporate experience across Real Estate, Banking & Finance and Disability and is driven to supporting the company’s future success and ensuring the right outcomes are delivered for our participants.   

Single handedly transforming Jigsaw Blue’s processes from paper based into online cloud based systems, Dan has a passion for the environment and how our ways of working can help reduce our impact. Cutting edge mobile technology and easy to use Apps ensures that all our Carers have instant access to the latest information when supporting our participants. 

When Dan isn’t working, he enjoys taking his dog Hugo (yes...also a frenchie!) for walks and exploring different restaurants with friends and family.   

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Kara has worked in the disability sector since 2008, she has a passion for organisational systems implementation and thrives in enacting change to support service excellence always having the participants at the forefront of the work she does. Kara worked in government for 11 years and held positions across the disability and the out of home care programs, which included leadership in Disability Client Services, placement planning and oversight and health and education outcomes for children and young people in out of home care in the West Metro Area. Kara also contributed to Policy development and transition to the NDIS for families who could no longer care for their child in their family home as the Principal Disability Practice Advisor for the West Division at the Department of Families Fairness and Housing.

Kara joined Jigsaw Blue in 2019 and hasn’t looked back. With significant change in the sector, Kara has ensured that Jigsaw Blue stays agile in its service provision and remains a provider of choice with the company's extensive history and expertise in the industry. Kara loves the family oriented nature of Jigsaw Blue, all people are valued and teams from the ground up work tirelessly to provide enriched support.


When Kara isn't working, she is spending time enjoying her local area in the Macedon Ranges with her young family. 

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