Appointed to the Board in 2009. Louis is Board President. Member of the Finance and Strategic Alliance Committees. Louis was previously Managing Director of the Amcor Australasia Group. He has held many senior management roles, both commercial and operational, within Australia and overseas.
Elected to the Board in 2009. Vice President, Chair of the Strategic Alliance Committee and member of the Finance and People and Governance Committees. Mark is the parent of a young man with cerebral palsy, and his son accesses Scope services along with other disability services.
Mark is a former member of several not for profit Boards, including the Reach Foundation, The Starlight Children’s Foundation, Belmore Road School and Managing Director of Medibank Private. He has a thirty year career in corporate management and his most recent position was as Chief Executive Officer of Mitre 10.
David Lloyd Jones
Appointed to the Board in 2011. Treasurer and Member of the Finance and Fundraising Committees. He holds a Bachelor of Business from Swinburne University and is a qualified Chartered Practise Accountant. David has an extensive background in managing small to medium sized businesses.
He is currently a director of a number of private companies in the food, industrial equipment and engineering industries.
Elected to the Board in 2007. Member of the People and Governance and Strategic Alliance Committees. The parent of a daughter with disabilities, Janet has been an advocate for people with a disability for over 20 years and is actively involved on regional disability committees. She is a paediatric dietitian who works as a senior clinician in an Early Childhood Intervention Service for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
Elected to the Board in 2007. Member of the Finance and People and Governance Committees. With a degree in Economics, Rod has an extensive background in management and logistics and, prior to his retirement, held senior management positions.
Since retiring he now serves as an advisor and committee member for a number of not-for-profit organisations.
Elected to the Board in 2008, having previously served as a Director for two years from 2005, Robert is Chair of the Fundraising Committee. Robert is a Director of a national residential building company.
He is experienced in both finance and operations management and has a history of involvement with successful fundraising activities for charitable institutions.
Appointed to the Board in 2009. Chair of the Risk and Audit Committee and member of the Strategic Alliance Committee. Karen is the Chief Executive of the State Services Authority, and has had a career with the Victorian government since the mid 1980s, joining from the Commonwealth Public Service. Karen has worked in Community Services and Health, Treasury, Education and the Premier’s Department. Her roles have covered program policy development and delivery such as Disability Services and Primary Care.
Elected to the Board in 2012. Tricia Malowney is Acting Chair of the Victorian Disability Advisory Council, President of the Disability Services Board and has been Chair of the Women with Disabilities Victoria Board since its inception in 2007. Tricia is well known for her years of work championing the rights of people with a disability, particularly women, across all levels of the community and government. Tricia has recently joined the People and Governance Committee.
Appointed to the Board in 2012. Philip Oswald joined the Board following five years as an independent member of Scope’s Risk & Audit Committee. Philip currently works in the financial services industry four days per week. He started his career in the automotive industry, working in both Australia and the USA for 20 years. After this, he spent 15 years in the insurance industry with one of Australia’s largest insurance companies.
Appointed to the Board in 2012. Currently Head of the School of Allied Health, La Trobe University, Professor Meg Morris qualified as a physiotherapist and was awarded her PhD in 1996. Her previous positions include Head of School of Health Sciences at the University of Melbourne and Foundation Professor and Head of School of Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University. Meg has recently joined the People and Governance, Strategic Alliance and Risk and Audit Committees.
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