Anna Schibrowski

Anna Schibrowski
Anna Schibrowski

Non-Executive Director, Member of the Finance Committee
Joined Board: March, 2024

Anna Schibrowski brings more than 25 years of experience in investment banking and financial services. Her extensive experience includes leading large-scale, complex transformation programs stemming from corporate transactions and capital raisings. Anna’s expertise in strategic and operational transformations has been instrumental in turning company visions into reality, a skill she attributes to her ability to assemble great teams and deliver results even in challenging circumstances.

Anna’s dedication extends beyond her professional resume; she is also a Director and Co-founder of Horse Aid Ltd, an organisation that provides equine-assisted programs for serving and ex-serving defence personnel and first responders with post-traumatic stress injuries. This initiative reflects her passion for supporting those who have served our community and her love of horses. Having relocated from the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney to Bowral, she has the opportunity to continue to grow her herd of Spanish horses.

Anna holds a Bachelor of Business, Charles Sturt University and a Master of Applied Finance, Macquarie University. She is a Chartered Accountant and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Anna has served on various boards, including Crestone Wealth Management, eChildhood and Koda Capital, demonstrating her commitment to social causes and financial expertise.

Anna’s multi-faceted experience, coupled with her passion for transformative leadership and social impact, makes her an asset to the Quest for Life board. Anna has attended one of our residential programs as a result of cancer diagnosis and having experienced the healing impacts is dedicated to supporting the establishment of the trauma centre and expanding programs within the organisation to drive positive change and see fulfillment of our mission.

Funding Options for Residential Programs


Quest subsidises all privately or self-funded places to ensure the cost of our programs remains affordable to individuals. This allows us to reduce the fee from $4,400 to $2,800.

$2,200 Shared room (Early bird* $2,100 – must be paid 30 days in advance)
$2,800 Single room (Early bird* $2,700 – must be paid 30 days in advance)

Fees effective 1 July 2023.

Subsidies and Financial Help

Through generous grants, donations and fundraising, additional subsidies and financial help is available for a range of circumstances and anyone experiencing financial stress will be considered. We review each case individually and we do not means test. All applications are conducted via phone with a friendly member of the Programs intake team.


Quest is a registered NDIS Provider. Residential Programs can be funded through plan-managed and self-managed NDIS plans.


We work with Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) White Card or Gold Card holders to make applications to the DVA Health Approvals Board.

Worker’s Comp Insurance

Residential programs can be covered by workers compensation insurance on a case-by-case basis.

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