Tim Marney has 31 years of experience in economics, health and human services. Tim was the head of the WA Treasury and Chair of the WA Treasury Corporation for almost 10 years. This was followed by over 5 years as WA’s Mental Health Commissioner. In parallel to both these roles, he served on the Board of Beyond Blue for 11 years; 9 as the Deputy Chair.
For the past 8 years, Tim has been the Chair of the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Advisory Board. He brings to Richmond Wellbeing his direct lived experience of mental health and as a carer for someone experiencing mental distress.
Paul O’Farrell is a Chartered Accountant and risk management professional with over 25 years international experience in the banking and corporate recovery industries. His specific areas of expertise include banking advisory, credit risk management, enterprise risk management and governance. Paul gained his experience at Coopers & Lybrand, PricewaterhouseCoopers, National Australia Bank and Bankwest in Ireland, Australia, South Korea and the USA.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Business from the University of Limerick, a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He 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.
Helen is a Human Resources & Organisational Development professional with over 25 years’ experience across Australia, Europe & Asia both as a senior executive within and consultant to the energy and mining industries. She brings with her particular expertise in people strategy development, leadership effectiveness, change management, organisational health, and workplace culture. And she has leveraged this expertise in supporting CEOs and executive teams through major organisational transformations. Underlying her approach is a deeply held belief of the direct link between workplace culture & organisational performance.
She holds a Master of Commerce from the University of NSW, a Bachelor of Business from Curtin University and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is also an accredited executive coach. Jill is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Corporate Governance Committee.
James is an experienced senior executive, board member and advisor across government, not for profit and community sectors. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Football West and a member of the University of Western Australia’s Sports Advisory Board, whilst previously Executive Director – Community Development within the WA State Government and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) Advisory Council.
James has worked in a broad range of sectors including media, health, education, Aboriginal affairs, finance, community services including as a senior management consultant providing strategy and evaluation advice to State and Commonwealth government agencies.
James holds a Graduate Diploma in Commercial Resource Law from the University of Western Australia and Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Social Science from Curtin University. James is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a member and graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is a member of the Richmond Wellbeing Finance Committee.
John O’Connor was formerly a partner with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC). John spent 34 years at PwC, 24 of those as an audit partner. His PwC leadership roles included managing partner and head of assurance practice. In 2013, John retired from PwC and now holds several non-executive director roles and is an experienced Audit and Risk Management Committee Chair. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
John is recognised for his extensive professional expertise in finance, risk, audit, and strategy.
Matthew O’Shea is a retired Defence Force Officer and business professional with over 20 years’ experience in both government and private sector roles. Whilst in Defence Matthew has undertaken clinical governance and education and training responsibilities for Australian Special Forces Command and assisted in the development of educational doctrine around moral injury and ethical conflict in pre-hospital care. In private industry Matthew has run his own consultancy and Registered Training Organisation as well as working at executive level in health and emergency management organisations. Matthew’s extracurricular roles have included work as a mentor for SPARK Col Lab, an accelerator program for graduates supporting health innovation and entrepreneurship, and work as a member of the Ambulance and Paramedic Industry Review Committee (IRC). Matthew holds a MBA and is a member of the AICD, he also continues to maintain his clinical skills and knowledge as an AHPRA registered Paramedic.
Dr Roslyn Carbon is a specialist sport and exercise physician, having had earlier training in general practice and psychiatry. She has led several large not-for-profit and government departments in both London and Perth, and gained qualifications in business management in the UK. She serves on national medical committees and is a former Board Member of Healthway. In 2013 she received the RACGP Award for services to Population Health.
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. Stephen is a non-executive director of Racing and Wagering Western Australia (TAB) and Executive Chairman of TyreConnect. He is a member of the Finance Committee.
Susan Milos is a recognised leader, expert and innovator who thrives on making the complex simple in rapidly changing regulated environments. Susan’s experience in governance, regulatory, legal compliance, risk and strategy extends across state, federal and international organisations, boards, committees where she has provided her skills and expertise. While working as a Regulator for WA Health, she created and administered the regulatory system for the WA private health sector and held the Lead Coordinator position for the H1N1 influenza pandemic of 2009. Prior to this, her expertise allowed her to build, commission and run a private hospital.
Previously, Susan worked with the Australian Commission of Safety and Quality in Health Care, Pharmacy Guild, The Royal College of Nursing and Australian Nursing Federation. In addition to running her health and business consulting practice, she is currently an elected councillor for Hospital Benefit Fund (HBF).