Board of Directors

Michael Brown BE, MBA, GAICD (Chair)

Michael is the owner and Managing Director of Goldmont, a Kalgoorlie based steel fabrication business that provides services to the mining and construction industries. Previously, Michael worked in the mining industry where his work included strategic planning, mergers & acquisitions and operations performance improvement. He was Group Manager of Business Development for Iluka Resources in his last full time role in the mining sector. Earlier in his career, Michael worked in investment banking and in construction engineering.

Robert Campbell CPA, RCA, MSW, MAICD (Deputy Chair)

Robert is a registered company auditor, tax agent, certified practising accountant. He had over 25 years experience leading social welfare and educational organisations in a variety of CEO positions. He is the managing director of Australian Audit Group Pty Ltd which provides audit and assurance services especially in the not-for-profit sector. He advises on the application of Australian Accounting Standards, fringe benefits tax, trusts, salary packaging, deductible gift recipient and charity taxation matters. He serves on the boards of three other charities in Perth and a number of private companies. He is also a member of the professional users group of the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission.

David Smith BComm, FCA, MAICD (Treasurer)

David is a former Assurance Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). David is experienced in external and internal audit services, accounting and broader business advice across a broad spectrum of industries covering resources, services, media, construction and engineering. David lead client focused teams in the provision of services to clients and has considerable experience reporting to Boards and Audit Committees. David is a director of Fremantle Port Authority, Royal Fremantle Golf Club Inc. and a former member of the Port Hedland Port Authority Risk Assurance and Audit Committee and University of Melbourne Audit and Finance Committees.

Bevan Sturgess-Smith B.Sc, GradDip Bus

Bevan is a stockbroker with over 20 years’ experience in the banking, finance and investment sectors. He currently manages share portfolios for a range of retail, wholesale and institutional clients. Bevan has qualifications in both Psychology and Finance and has tutored at Edith Cowan University and the Australian Stock Exchange in finance and stock market education. He also presents market updates, commentary and interactive discussion on stock market issues for the ABC. Bevan was appointed the Chair of St Bartholomew’s Foundation Inc in 2009.

Hamish Milne BA(Hons), MPhil(Syd), MBA(AGSM), AFAIM, FRSA, GAICD

Hamish is a management professional with broad experience working with Anglican organisations, including the Anglican Church Diocese of Perth where he held numerous positions from 2004-2015. He is currently WA State Manager, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. In addition to a strong interest in history, contemporary art and governance, Hamish has been a lay person on hospital research ethics committees for over 15 years.

Sandra Hackett M.Eng (Hons), MAICD

Sandra has over twenty five years consulting experience in strategy, risk management, project management and governance. She is a Partner in the specialist management consulting firm, Riskwest, which provides risk and business continuity advisory services to a range of corporate, government and community service organisations and major state infrastructure projects. Sandra has extensive experience in the implementation of risk management programs, assisting Boards, Executive management and stakeholders to understand and use risk information as an integral part of their oversight, strategic planning or operational management function.

Felicity Morel-EdnieBrown PhD

Felicity is Principal of Culture+Context a boutique consultancy specialising in strategic advice to build capacity, bring about substantial change and deliver outcomes effectively. Felicity has over 30 years experience in both the private and public sectors. She has served on a number of government, academic and community boards and committees as a member, convenor or deputy chair. Specialist skills include strategic policy development, project management, community and stakeholder engagement, change activation and integrated communications planning.

Jan Stewart, BA, MSW (UWA), GAICD, PSM

Jan retired from the role of CEO of Lotterywest in December 2014, a position she had held since early 1992. Jan is a social worker by profession and her career prior to Lotterywest included eight years as Chief Social Worker at Perth’s major paediatric teaching hospital. Jan has held many voluntary board positions both locally and internationally including that of Senior Vice President on the Executive Committee of the World Lottery Association for more than eight years and was the inaugural President of the Asia Pacific Lottery Association from 1999 to 2004. She currently serves on the boards of a diverse range of Not for Profit organisations and has been acting CEO of the West Australian Ballet since February 2016.