Board Chair (from 8 November 2010); Chair of Executive Committee and Acting chair of Finance and Audit committee (from 17/11/2011 until 27/08/2012); Member of both the Strategic Planning as well as the Service Development and Coordination Committees
Elected to the Board in 2000
Diploma Economics, Diploma Computer File Management
Currently President of the Oakleigh and District Historical Society, Member of the Rotary Club of Oakleigh as well as an honorary JP
Felicity has a wide range of experience in many community organisations over a period of 20 years and held executive positions in many of them. She is passionate about creating a better, healthier community environment.
Vice Chair (from 28 November 2011); Member of the Finance and Investments Committee, Board Executive Committee, Audit and Risk Committee, Innovation and Business Development Committee
Elected to the Board in 2010
Bachelor of Arts and Commerce (Deakin University), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (University of Melbourne), Diploma of Business DipBus (Gov) (Institute of Community Directors Australia)
Raff has worked hard at improving local health services by supporting greater investment in doctors and oral health, and programs to address the prevention of family violence and problem gambling. He works as an industrial officer representing some of the lowest paid workers in the country. His career also includes roles in Federal Government and the financial sector. Raff has lived in the Monash community for 34 years with his family, and is passionate about making our local community healthier.
Member of the Finance and Investments Committee, Member of the Clinical Governance and Quality Committee
Elected to the Board in 2000-2003, November 2014.
BSc (Information Science), Grad Dip in Bus Admin (Marketing), Adv Dip Estate Agency, Cert IV in Training and Education, Teacher / Training, Real Estate Vendor Advocate, Software / Website Developer
For almost four decades, Sin Fong has been a volunteer. He was either a founding member or a committee member in several community organisations including the Hong Kong Club, Chinese Association of Victoria, Asian Television Association of Australia, the first City of Monash Chinese Festival, and more recently U3A Wheelers Hill.
In the mid-90s, Sin Fong became a Community Visitor with Waverley Community Health Services and continues to serve under Link Health and Community. In addition, he also volunteers in three other aged care homes as a presenter of armchair travel, “bringing the outside to the inside”.
Sin Fong is an educator and a prolific blogger. He imparts and shares his knowledge and life skills via the social media.
Clinical Governance and Quality Committee (Chair)
Audit and Risk Committee
BNurs (La Trobe University), Grad Dip Mid (La Trobe University), MPH Health Administration (La Trobe University), GAICD
Anne has lived in Monash for 10 years. She is a member of the Oakleigh Rotary Club and the Monash Reconciliation Group. Anne is also the Vice-President of the Southern Autistic School Council. Anne has worked in the health care environment for 25 years. This includes experience in aged care, community care and the acute care setting. She has also had experience in negotiating services for local communities with healthcare providers (including CEO’s, Directors and other senior management) as well as local government, Victorian Government and Australian Government departments, philanthropists, General Practitioners and Specialists.
She is currently the Principle Consultant at Exploring Healthcare. Exploring Healthcare provides people and their families with guidance through the initial diagnosis, treatment and ongoing care in chronic disease, disability, and aged care. Anne’s qualifications in public health extends her understanding of the healthcare system from her nursing experience and research to the economic and political landscape. She is passionate about quality in health service provision ensuring the local community has access and professional services.
Elected to the Board in 2015
Bachelor of Arts (Monash University), Graduate Certificate in Management (Nepean University)
Committee member of the Oakleigh Traders Association as well as being a member of Oakleigh Rotary and the South Oakleigh Bowls Club
Vice President of CHERPA, a peak body representing white good providers
Worked for the Australian Government for 33 years, largely within the welfare sector
Greg was born in Oakleigh and went to St Anthonys in Chadstone, Salesian College and Oakleigh High School. He played football and cricket with local clubs. He has been married for 34 years to a local girl and has 3 adult children, and is the proud owner of a 13 yo poodle. He has a passion for helping people and a particular interest in mental health and its support mechanisms.
PhD – RMIT University
Suzi is an accomplished senior level professional with over 9 years of experience in executing strategic projects and programs in a highly dynamic and compliance driven environment across public health and emergency management sectors. Suzi is also passionate about supporting communities by serving council led committees in the areas of gender equality and creative arts. Suzi is the 2015 National President of JCI Australia.
B Comm (University of Southern Queensland)
Member, CPA Australia
Shree is a has been resident of Monash for over 20 years. Shree has gained extensive senior management experience within the healthcare industry, working as the Financial Controller of a state health organisation specialising in compliance, strategy, planning, financial management and reporting. He is currently employed as Director of Corporate Services of the Teaching Dental facility of the University of Melbourne. He has a wealth of knowledge on corporate governance, compliance and reporting with a special interest in developing primary care centres to cater for community needs.
Bachelor of Arts, Witwatersrand University
Bachelor of Laws, Witwatersrand University
Senior Executive Program (London Business School)
Certified Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (CAHRI)
Philip Mayers is a Director of Dakin Mayers & Associates Pty Ltd. His specialist areas cover the community and not-for-profit sectors, which includes Aged Care, Disability, Community, Education and Professional Associations. He has searched and recruited well over 600 successful Chief Executives and senior managers. Philip has lectured in Human Resources at Victoria University, been a member of the Advisory Panel on Disability Studies at Deakin University, and has been an occasional speaker on the (Williamson) Leadership Victoria Development Program.
Over the past 25 years Philip has built up a strong reputation in the not-for-profit sector across Australia, which has maximised his experience as both a CEO and seasoned Board Member. He is a regular writer and public speaker on issues relating to the management of non-profits.