Adjunct Associate Professor Christopher Carter FIML GAICD, was appointed a Board Member in November 2019, and President early 2020. He is a skilled leader in public health and primary healthcare with extensive experience in managing complexity, driving transformational change and delivering organisational outcomes. His experience encompasses strategic planning of services, service and system redesign, organisational development, redesigning and implementing new models of care or service delivery and building organisational capacity through collaboration and partnerships with a variety of organisations. Chris has led a range of healthcare organisations as CEO for over 23 years, and his career has included work as an allied heath practitioner, an educator and policy maker, an international development and evaluation consultant, and as an advocate for young people and marginalised populations in a variety of roles. Chris has lived-experience of a sensorineural hearing condition and tinnitus.
After enjoying working with the program so much previously, Dianne Semmens decided to start up her own company to sell and support Attaché software. Dianne commenced operations of Acacia Consulting Services in 1989 and has welcomed many new clients since that time. Her extensive accounting background is invaluable when assisting clients to review their business processes to achieve ‘best business practice’. Dianne has now built a successful company and is committed to providing excellent customer service with her knowledgeable team of staff.
Kim Turudia has been a member of Soundfair since November 2017. She believes that it’s important to utilise the knowledge and the skills that she has gained in healthcare management over the past 25 years, working with organisations providing healthcare-based services to improve the overall well-being of people. Professionally, Kim has many years of experience in healthcare management, but her passion is the primary healthcare setting; her current position as Medical Services Manager at Deakin University involves managing the health clinics on campus which provide GP and allied health services to students and staff of the University.
Ross Green was appointed a Board Member in November 2019. He is a strategic communications professional with a background in public health. He collaborates with a range of organisations to create relevant, meaningful content and engaging, useful resources that help make complex information easier to understand. He believes strongly in using human-centred design and co-creation to build engagement and enable change. He’s passionate about knowledge exchange and service design, in particular how we create and share knowledge to better learn and connect.