Community Vision is a Company Limited by Guarantee under the Corporations Act 2001, governed by the Board of Governance who oversees the organisation and set strategic and policy direction for the Chief Executive Officer.
Board members receive no remuneration for their services. The appointment of the members is made to ensure the Board has the right mix of skills, experience and expertise to complement the governance duties of the Board.
Finance and Audit Committee
Finance and Audit Committee is responsible for exploring diverse funding streams, undertaking forward financial planning, assessing financial risks and impact, monitoring performance against budget and overseeing audit functions.
Our Clinical Governance committee is responsible for ensuring we’re implementing the right policies, procedures, responsibilities, relationships, planning, monitoring and improvement mechanisms to support safe, quality clinical care and good clinical outcomes.
Board of Governance
Philip is an experienced commercial leader and innovator with over 15 years’ experience in senior management. He has significant and broad expertise in business management, finance, IT and procurement. Philip’s business leadership and relationship engagement skills enables project success through his program and lifecycle management, product development and process design and engineering responsibilities.
Furthermore, his vast knowledge of automation including RPA, systems implementations, creative problem solving, financial and risk management and performance analysis helps Philip reach the strategic goals of Community Vision.
Phil is an experienced governance and risk professional with over 15 years in risk, audit, compliance, quality management, project management and investigations. Phil has worked in both the private sector and government in Australia and internationally within Agriculture, Insurance, Wealth Management, Superannuation, WA Consumer Protection and UK Government.
Phil is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and Vice President WA Chapter of the Risk Management Institute of Australasia.
Bruce is a recently retired Chief Financial Officer of a large WA based provider of individualized services to people with disabilities. In this role, he took on a leading role within the local industry in its discussions with the NDIA that lead to quantifiable improvements in the NDIS. He is a passionate advocate for people with disabilities to lead the best lives they can.
His 40-year professional career spanned many industries from senior positions in the insolvency profession to wide-ranging change management responsibilities in a major regional bank. He is an experienced commercial negotiator and has been heavily involved in various industry bodies where that industry was undergoing structural reform.
He has also overseen the implementation of major process automation programs and risk management systems. He has a particular interest in the sustainability of organisations going through major change and the governance processes that surround change programs.
Bruce is a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand and is a member of CPA Australia. With respect to the latter, he is a member of a local 3rd Age committee.
Kelly is an educator, manager and leader with a particular passion for increasing educational pathways for people for whom there may be personal and/or systemic barriers to accessing education and training. Kelly’s formal qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts in Speech and Hearing Therapy from the University of Witwatersrand and a Masters in General Linguistics from Stellenbosch University. She holds a Graduate Diploma (Vocational Education and Training) from Charles Sturt University and Diplomas in Quality Auditing and in Business Management from West Coast Institute of Training and has extensive skills in conducting quality audits, managing compliance and project management.
Kelly is also a highly skilled, practicing speech and language pathologist with over 30 years’ experience supporting people of all ages with communication difficulties including in the aged care and disability sectors.
Barry has been in practice as a Barrister and Solicitor for 30 years, specialising mainly in
telecommunications, technology and corporate law. He also has wide experience in property law and has created and developed Agreed Care Residential Schemes under the Retirement Villages Act (WA) 1992, for a proposed retirement development in Geraldton.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws from Murdoch University and a Company Director’s Course Diploma from the University of Sydney Graduate School of Business.
Rebecca is a senior business, technology and transformation leader with a passion for improving organisational effectiveness, building positive work cultures and leveraging technology to support business goals.
Rebecca’s passion is building teams that hum; where the work is challenging, rewarding and fun; and where teams meet and exceed their customer’s expectations.
Starting out as a software engineer, she has held various technical and leadership roles, across telecommunications, higher education and government sectors. Although still not adverse to a conversation on bits and bytes, Rebecca also loves the complex challenge of making the right strategic technology decisions to create business advantage.
Rachel Resuggan is a renowned leader in Allied Health with extensive expertise in clinical governance.
Working for large health care groups, she is building strong foundations to provide Allied Health professionals with optimum environments in which to deliver excellent care. Originally a Social Worker by profession Rachel has extensive experience in health, aged care and community services. Her passion for Allied Health governance comes from years of leading Allied Health services, including the North Metropolitan Area Health Service in Western Australia, Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Rachel is the Chairperson for the Catholic Health Australia (CHA) Allied Health Committee and is a member of the Curtin University School of Allied Health Advisory Committee. Rachel is a graduate of the AICD course.
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