An effective Board is a vital part of any successful social-purpose organisation. The Board provides oversight and direction to the organisation, ensuring the Foundation fulfills its mission, lives up to its values and continues to operate sustainably and financially responsibly.
Bringing a depth of experience and a diverse range of skills from finance and management through to community development, social work, research, education and training, the Board lead and inform our innovative work in social support and supportive care programs.
B. HUMAN MOVEMENT (ACU)
Samantha’s background is in sport, recreation and fitness, including management of fitness and recreation centres and work with medical practitioners on programs for patient fitness, diet and nutritional programming.
For most of his career Warren has operated at CEO level in the not for profit sector. As a chief executive he has driven growth through the development of innovative, evidence-based programs and revenue streams across government grants, corporate partnerships and fundraising.
Phil is an experienced advisor to employers on workplace relations issues including development of management contracts, collective agreements, discrimination and disciplinary issues. He has represented parties before Fair Work Australia, the Federal Magistrates Court.
B. COMM (UNSW), FAMI
Reg has a background in business and information systems and brings a depth of experience from corporate marketing in transport and advertising to the non-profit sector, including work in mental health, environmental, youth and wildlife rescue services.
Emeritus Prof. Ian Webster AO
As a medical statesman and social activist, Ian Webster has worked for over thirty five years as a physician in free clinics for homeless people at the Matthew Talbot Hostel in Woolloomooloo and Sydney’s Exodus Foundation.