Vicki is a successful businesswoman with over 25 years’ experience as a Director of private companies and superannuation funds. She has substantial experience across property investment, development and management, and a thorough understanding of family business growth, diversification and restructurings. Vicki is passionate about mental health issues, having been a carer for over 20 years of a family member suffering with mental distress. She has also had extensive involvement in community organisations and sporting groups. Vicki has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UWA, a Certificate in Export Competence from Monash University, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Vicki sits on the Richmond Wellbeing Corporate Governance Committee and Finance Committee
Dr Catherine Pattenden joined the Board in January 2012. She is social scientist specialising in corporate social responsibility and engagement practice and is currently Principal of AliCat Social Performance Consulting. Prior to this she spent six years with The University of Queensland’s Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) where she was a Senior Research Fellow, a position she continues to hold in an honorary capacity. Catherine has over 20 years experience in the mining and social performance sectors. Catherine holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Western Australia. Catherine is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Corporate Governance Committee.
Paul O’Farrell is a chartered accountant and risk management professional with over 25 years international experience in the corporate recovery and banking industries. His specific areas of expertise include impaired asset management, credit risk management, corporate recovery insolvency and enterprise risk management. Paul gained his experience at Coopers & Lybrand, PricewaterhouseCoopers and National Australia Bank in Ireland, Australia, South Korea and the USA. Paul holds a Bachelor of Business from the University of Limerick, is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors course. Paul is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Finance Committee.
Joydeep is a Chartered Accountant with over 20 years’ experience in advising organization’s on business, finance and taxation affairs. He brings with him extensive corporate , non-for-profit and government sector finance and governence skills. Joydeep has served on various boards and committees, including Southern Country Health Governing Council, Chair of WA Country Health Service Audit & Risk Committee and a member of the Katanning Health Serivce. Joydeep holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Curtin University, is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia, a Chartered Tax Adviser with the Tax Insitute and a Graduate of the Australian Institue of Company Directors.
Gehann is a lawyer and partner of Minter Ellison, specialising in real estate and finance law. He holds degrees in economics and law. He has previously sat on the boards of a number of other community-based organisations, and he was a founding board member of Street Law Centre WA Incorporated. Gehann is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Corporate Governance Committee.
Gayle moved to WA from Queensland ten years ago and has also lived in New South Wales, South Australia and the Northern Territory. She has a diverse career history, from managing a resort in the Whitsundays to managing customer service for Department of Commerce (Consumer Protection) and resolving complaints and managing projects for the Metropolitan Cemeteries Board. She has been a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Consumer and Family Reference Group for the past 3 years and is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Corporate Governance Committee.
Stephen Langsford has an entrepreneurial background in entertainment, media and technology. He is an advisor and investor in start-ups and early stage technology-based companies. Stephen was the founder, Executive Chairman and CEO of pioneer movie and TV streaming company, ASX-listed Quickflix Limited. Prior to Quickflix, he founded and successfully grew information technology companies Change Corporation and Method + Madness both which were acquired by ASX-listed companies. His earlier career was in funds management with Australian boutique firm Armstrong Jones and prior to that an international accounting firm. Stephen has also served on the board of Western Australian government’s film funding agency ScreenWest for the past decade.
Kerry is a strategic marketing and communications executive with 18 years’ experience in Finance, Telco, Property, Insurance, NFP and Education. Currently leading the Marketing & Communications team for one of WA’s most iconic brands, she is responsible for engaging and creating a connection with a variety of stakeholder groups – locally, nationally and internationally – through relevant communications, driving commercial and reputational outcomes for RFDSWA.
Accustomed to delivering marketing initiatives in highly sales driven environments, Kerry’s strength is in her ability to cement activity in the pillars of customer needs and commercial return. She has proven herself both technically and commercially across the full marketing spectrum, including: marketing strategy; insights; CVP development; brand; sponsorship; customer engagement; social and digital strategy.
A strong track record in transformational leadership, Kerry has a passion for developing high performing teams and nurturing the careers of others through mentoring, guidance and support. She has left a solid legacy of change and inspiring leadership throughout her career and will continue to search for challenges where she can call on her ability to think differently.
Anthea is a registered nurse with extensive experience in executive aged care management. She has held a number of senior leadership positions including Area Director Aged Care WA Country Heath Service; Executive Director Mercy Aged Care; Secretary UN Women Australia Committee (WA); and Member of Catholic Health Australia’s Aged Care Committee. She holds qualifications in arts, humanities, applied science and company directorship. Her strong interest in psycho-social issues at the end-of-life formed the basis of her Doctorate in the area of identity, meaning and wellness in old age. She is currently employed as Chief Executive Officer of St Basil’s Aged Care Services, WA.