Bruce Bonyhady AM
Yooralla Chairman and Chair, Remuneration & Nominations Committee
Bruce is President of Philanthropy Australia, Chairman of Acadian Asset Management (Australia), and a Director of Dexus Wholesale Property Limited. He is one of the principal architects of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and in 2012 initiated the Yooralla Chairman’s Award & Oration to recognise the achievements of a person or organisation that has contributed to the advancement of the disability sector at the most senior levels. Bruce is also Deputy Chair of the Advisory Group to the COAG Select Council on Disability Reform. He has two sons with disability. Bruce holds an M.Ec and a B.App.Ec and was made a Member of the Order of Australia for services to people with disability and the community in 2010.
Chief Executive Officer
Sanjib previously held positions with Victoria Police, the Departments of Treasury and Finance, Manufacturing and Industry Development, Transport, Human Services, The Port of Melbourne Authority and the Metropolitan Ambulance Service. Sanjib was recently appointed Vice President of National Disability Services, and is a strong advocate for closer relations between disability service organisations, nationally. Sanjib holds a B.Sc.Hons, M.Econ, BA, and Dip.Corp. Directorship.
Chair, Investment Committee
Phillip has more than 25 years’ management experience in manufacturing, consulting and business development. Phillip holds qualifications in engineering from the University of NSW, management from Monash University, and Financial Management from the Australian Institute of Management. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2011, Phillip and his wife, Mercedes, established the Initiate Action Community Fund to support educational initiatives and causes that work to break the cycles of disadvantage in the community.
Professor Dinah Reddihough AO
Dinah is a paediatrician and was previously Director of Developmental Medicine at the Royal Children's Hospital. She has dedicated her life to improving the outcomes and quality of life for children with disability and their families. She is also involved in teaching and research. Many of the studies that she has undertaken have resulted in changes in clinical practice, particularly in treating cerebral palsy. Dinah holds an MD, BSc, FRACP and FAFRM.
Chair, People, Quality and Policy Committee
Fiona is Policy & Research Adviser with Trust for Nature, an organisation established 40 years ago after the Victorian Government passed the Victorian Conservation Trust Act (1972). Her appointment follows many years of distinguished service as a public interest lawyer. Fiona is recognised as a creator in social justice practice and regulatory innovation across the human rights, consumer and community sectors. In 2008 she completed a four-year term as Chairperson for the Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission.
Ian is the Chief Executive of AustralianSuper, the largest superannuation fund in Australia with around two million members and more than $45 billion in members’ assets. Ian is a member of the Australian Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council, and the Government’s Financial Literacy Advisory Board.
Dr Peter Langkamp
Peter is Chief Executive Officer of Callista Software Services. He previously held senior roles in Irongroup, Novare Asia Pacific, and Australian Strategic Information Services. His passion to understand the disability sector and contribute to better outcomes was initially driven by his son who has disability. After joining the Yooralla board, he saw an opportunity to use his skills in technology management and marketing for the benefit of the organisation. Peter holds a PhD, MAgrSci, BAgrSci, Grad Dip Acc & Fin, and is a long-standing Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Robert is a partner in the Melbourne office of Baker & McKenzie where he advises on IT contracts, telecommunications, intellectual property and e-commerce-related agreements for both customers and suppliers. With over 20 years' experience, including Partner roles at Andersen Legal and Senior Legal Counsel at IBM Australia, Robert is recognised as a premier IT lawyer.
Chair, Finance, Audit and Infrastructure Committee
A chartered accountant and Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), Claire has over 20 years' experience specialising in financial services, encompassing a broad range of internal and external audit roles. She is a former member elected Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Superannuation Fund and has held a number of management roles within PWC, including Human Capital partner and Assurance Services (Risk and Quality) partner for the Melbourne Financial Services Assurance Practice.