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Fiona joined the Board in 2017 and was elected as Chairperson in the same year.
Originally trained as a physiotherapist at Curtin University, Fiona has worked with children and families in a number of government and health sector roles within the WA community. She values these experiences for the insight they provided into the importance of growing potential, strengthening families and celebrating achievements. Fiona is a dynamic leader, effective manager and contemporary director with extensive human services experience in the government and community.
Tony joined the Board in 2017.
Tony brings over 30 years’ board experience as a chair and director in industries including disability, insurance, property and governance. The former CEO of Activ Foundation, Tony is currently on the Board of Southern Cross Care, Chair of the Independent Centre for Applied NFP Research Inc. and an independent panellist for the WA NDIS Review Panel. Tony is passionate about enhancing customer value in community based organisations.
Amanda joined the Board in 2016 and is also a member of the Parent Reference Group.
Amanda holds a number of qualifications in Community Services and has extensive experience working in the sector, including as a lecturer. Amanda's association with Therapy Focus began in 2010 when her son, who has cerebral palsy, Autism, Intellectual disability, vision impairment and Global Development Delay, entered the schooling system. She has a strong interest in capacity building, values family, social justice and equity, and holds a passion for inclusion - particularly of families in remote communities.
Michael joined the Board in 2009.
Michael is the CEO and Company Secretary for Caxton Cooperative, which is part of the Snap Printing Group. With more than 20 years experience and a track record in implementing strategic change, Michael is a true management professional.
Julie joined the board in 2017.
Julie brings over 15 years of experience as a board director, senior executive and CEO in health, disability and primary care. Through these roles Julie has developed a strong track record of achieving growth through targeted marketing and productivity enhancements. As an allied health professional (occupational therapy), Julie understands the demands and challenges facing the disability sector. Julie has a strong interest in leading change and focussing on the cultural and people elements of business to achieve success.