Alistair Daly

Alistair Daly

22 June 2017

Alistair Daly is a leading risk and insurance executive with experience in developing and implementing risk and insurance strategies aimed at embedding global best practice in enterprise risk management across a broad range of geographic regions.

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Lisa Dive

22 June 2017

Lisa Dive is trained as an analytic philosopher, and has worked in the non-profit sector for over a decade. She has particular interests in finding ethical approaches to challenges in the healthcare sector, as well as health policy and the non-profit sector more broadly.

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Carol Ireland

23 June 2017

Carol Ireland joined Epilepsy Action Australia as CEO in March 2006 and became a Director in 2009. She has worked in the not-for-profit human services sector for a period spanning more than 35 years and holding a variety of executive positions including general management, operations, service delivery, marketing and fundraising roles.

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Roy Marrett

23 June 2017

Roy Marrett has had a long career in senior finance roles with URS Australia – a provider of engineering, construction and technical services (acquired by AECOM).

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Susan Price

23 June 2017

An experienced employment lawyer who runs her own legal practice, Susan Price advises employers and employees on all aspects of the employment relationship, from pre-employment practices to post-employment disputes and contract enforcement.

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Sue Ronaldson

23 June 2017

Sue Ronaldson is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Sydney Nursing School, The University of Sydney where she was teaching and researching for 15 years to 2016. Sue is a Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing.

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Erica Siu-Gregan

15 July 2019

Erica has worked in the hospitality industry for more than 20 years and is currently the owner and Managing Director of the Gregan Group, a collection of cafe, restaurants and catering services. Erica brings both a business and personal perspective to Epilepsy Action Australia.

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