Zoe has more than 25 years of international experience in healthcare and insurance industry working with public, not for profit and private organisations across Australia, UK, Ireland, Singapore and Malaysia.
She began her career as a physiotherapist working in different healthcare systems and progressed to a corporate environment where she helps set up systems and governance structure in new organisation and now provides risk advice to State Government departments and agencies. Working across diverse sectors, she enables organisations to adopt sound governance and professional risk management practices.
Zoe is passionate about making a difference by bringing the best out of individuals and teams, achieving high performance outcomes for both people and organisations.
She has held multiple management roles with special interests in strategic planning, risk management, quality improvement, innovation and technology. She holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) and is a member of Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA).
John has worked in the IT Industry for 30+ years, and has experience in ICT Management; with substantial experience in service desk operations and multiple platforms and technologies. He also has extensive knowledge in finance, budgets, as well as staff management.
John has been responsible for the infrastructure stability and health systems for major clients, and has managed delivery teams both in Australia and internationally to deliver best practice service delivery to clients. He has been apart of the Waverley Industries board for 5+ years.
Terry is a business professional with a Logistics background, and has extensive operational experience in the Engineering – Bearing industry which includes; supply, manufacturing, import and distribution and training.
For several years prior to retirement he was responsible for the corporate aspects of the business which involved Corporate Governance, Company Policies, Health and Safety, Auditing, Strategic Planning and Risk Management.
Terry has gained a passion to support those in the community and in particular people with a disability, and who are not in a position to speak for themselves; by providing meaningful employment and helping them to develop and gain opportunities and satisfaction in the community.
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Andrew has a business career spanning more than 30 years in the distribution of technical and scientific products to manufacturing, mining and industrial sectors in Australia and New Zealand. Initially in sales and later marketing, Andrew made his mark with laboratory instruments and later in monitoring for hazardous gases in the air in workplaces.
His career in senior management began in 1998 as CEO of a family owned company specialising in monitoring hazardous substances in the air. Since 2006 he has been Managing director of a firm in the manufacturing and industrial process industries.
His involvement in the not for profit sector began in 2007 with a directorship in a member organisation that inspires people to live sustainably in their homes and communities. In 2009 he took on a directorship with Waverley Industries, a provider of supported employment that empowers people with disabilities through high quality employment.
Paul has been the owner/director of a consulting business specialising in OH&S and Sales & Marketing for over four years.
He has a career spanning over 34 years’ in both international and national business sectors, as well as experience working with two global companies in the safety industry. Paul has also held a number of senior management roles in North America, Australia and the Asia Pacific. One of Paul’s major contributions was being a key member to a dedicated team, who was instrumental in the development and marketing of vital global core products –within the First Responder & Emergency markets.
Getting the best out of people is what’s important, and Paul’s involvement in working with people who have a disability is personal. Paul has been apart of Waverley Industries for over twelve months, and working with a team who have the same passion for others brings personal satisfaction to the mind, body and soul.
Working with people with a disability is being part of a team with different skills. “…Getting the best out of everyone is what’s satisfying…”