David has over 25 years experience working in the Tasmanian public sector. During this time he has undertaken a wide variety of roles including the provision of financial management, planning and other advice to business; the analysis of the financial position of private and public sector entities; the management of the State Budget; and the provision of advice to the Government on all areas of government service delivery. He has also worked as an adviser to the Premier, Treasurer and other Ministerial portfolios and spent four years as the Treasurer’s Chief of Staff. He has extensive knowledge of the operation of government and its interaction with the private and not-for-profit sectors. While he has a strong financial focus he also brings a strong knowledge of a range of service delivery areas including health, education and community services. David has a Bachelor of Commerce and is a Certified Practicing Accountant.
Janelle is a corporate law and governance expert. After many years working as a lawyer and in Executive roles in large organisations, she began her business, O’Reilly Legal & Governance, to work with diverse clients including Not for Profits. She is also Company Secretary and General Counsel of TasFoods Limited. She is a Graduate of the AICD Directors Course and a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia. Janelle is a Director of Colony 47, a member of the Governance Committee at TMAG and the Audit and Risk Committee at the University of Tasmania.
Victoria is an experienced human resources professional with over 25 years’ experience. She has worked in a diverse range of industry sectors; resources, health, manufacturing and utilities both in Australia and overseas. She is experienced in leading cultural change, organisational design, managing talent and developing individual and organisational capability. Victoria is passionate about contributing to the creation of work environments that offer value for both the employee and the employer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Masters of Business Administration. In conjunction with her board activities for the Women’s Health Education Network she is also a board member of the Hobart Women’s Shelter.
Marco van der Heide
Marco is a technology professional with over 20 years of experience in the telecommunication, logistics and financial industry. Working in managerial roles within a variety of companies in Europe and Australia with a primary focus on delivering quality. Recently he has started to expand his views to the health industry with a specific focus on the education for movement to improve physical strength, flexibility and posture. He is an avid diver and passionate about the conservation of our underwater world.
Kim Lecuyer is a Registered Nurse and has worked in the public health system for over 20 years. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist in organ and tissue donation, she has developed and implemented strategies within a clinical governance framework to create change in attitudes to donation and provide a sustainable donation service to meet the expectations of the Tasmanian Community. Kim holds a Bachelor of Nursing and Post Graduate Certificate in Critical Care Nursing from the University of Tasmania. She is a member of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN) and the Australasian Transplant Co-Ordinators Association (ATCA).
Maria is founder and editor in chief of Casper & Casper Magazine and of its in-house design studio, Casper Studio. Maria is also a director of Projex Properties, a property development company based in Melbourne.
Her ethos reaches her various roles, from implementing sustainability in building spaces with PRJX to publishing the current design, art, technology, fashion and culture content for Casper & Casper's global audience. Maria's interest in helping charities along with her simple belief that human's helping human's is key to a happier and healthier planet. Recently she was involved with The Dignity Kits Project for women and dignity kits for men. A regular at many charity events, her passion for helping others is growing and evolving in many areas. She is offering her skills in marketing and leadership at WHEN. She aims to help create a platform that is easy and accessible to all women across Australia.
Kath Wilson is a project and change management specialist with over 20 years’ experience in delivering projects for the government, tertiary, not-for-profit and private sectors. She is also a highly engaging trainer and facilitator, using her varied professional background and her ability to share stories to bring theory to life.
Kath is a director of Wilson Blue, a Tasmanian-based consulting firm. She is committed to lifelong learning and holds a Bachelor of Arts and an MBA from the University of Tasmania, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and an Advanced Diploma in Project Management. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Project Management.
She is the very proud mother to two adult children and also volunteers her time on the Tasmanian Iconic Walks Board and is the Tasmanian Chapter President for the Australian Institute of Project Management.