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Judi is the Principal of Judi Anderson & Associates, a consultancy firm specialising in organisation development, change management, outplacement and career development. She has many years' experience in senior management, including key roles with Crittenden's Wine Merchants, Myer Stores and Myer Grace Bros. Judi was also Associate Director of the Waite Group's Career Centre for six years. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australian Institute of Management, OD Australia, Career Development Association of Australia and the Australasian Facilitators Network. Judi has been a Board member of RAV since 1995 and President since October 2007.
Ronda was Managing Director Australia and South East Asia for a pharmaceutical global multinational for more than 10 years. Catalent Pharma Solutions Australia is a Melbourne-based developer, innovator and manufacturer of vitamin and pharmaceutical products, partnering with leading brands in Australia and throughout Asia. Over the past 12 months, she has utilised her experience in interim CEO roles, including CEO of the Greater Metropolitan Cemetery Trust and CEO of Whitehorse Community Health. Ronda was President of the Complementary Healthcare Council from 2008 - 2011, and received the industry's highest accolade, the Lady Cilento Award, in 2011. She was nominated for the Telstra Business Woman of the Year in 2004 and 2006. She has a Bachelor of Business (Marketing), and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Her business expertise includes marketing, business development and innovation, strategic planning and leadership. Ronda has been a Board member since 2005, and Vice-President since December 2007. She currently chairs the Strategy Committee.
Peter is an experienced business leader with more than 25 years' local and international experience as a director and senior executive with listed public and private company subsidiaries. A chartered accountant with banking qualifications, his industry experience includes banking, personal finance and insurance, commercial lending, property development, funds management, and professional and business advisory services. He is a former chairman of a UK-based industry trade association and is a current member of the Frankston City Council Audit and Ethics Committee. Peter joined the RAV Board in May 2008 and is a member of the Audit Committee.
Lyn's career has spanned both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Her current role is Chief Executive Officer for the Lowitja Institute (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research). Previously the CEO of the Gandel Charitable Trust, Lyn has extensive experience in marketing, communications, financial sustainability and philanthropy, having worked with both national and international companies. It was while working for an international organisation that she gained her passion for corporate social responsibility. This led to her involvement with the not-for-profit sector, both on a voluntary and professional basis. She joined the Board in 2008.
Peter is an experienced CFO with an international career spanning over 30 years. He spent the majority of his career at BP with roles in Australia and internationally including the UK. His last roles at BP were as CFO for various business units including exploration and production and marketing. Subsequently he has held a number of Australian CFO roles with mid-tier companies in the oil, transport and printing industries. He blends his strong finance background with strategic marketing skills and experience and has lectured in the Master of Marketing and MBA programs at Monash University. Peter holds Fellow membership of both the AICD and CPA. He joined the RAV Board in 2009 and chairs the Audit Committee.
A director of Clancy & Triado, Kimberly completed her Bachelor of Laws at Auckland University. She was admitted to practice in 1989 and decided early on to specialise in family law. During a six-month attachment to the Human Rights Commission, Kimberly researched and prepared a submission on Marital Status Discrimination. After living and working in London for five years, she moved to Australia in 1996 and joined Clancy & Triado. She became an accredited specialist in family law in 1999. An active member of the Law Institute of Victoria, she has served on numerous committees, including the Executive of the Law Institute of Victoria's Family Law Section the Children and Youth Issues Committee and the Courts Practice Committee. She is a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia. Kimberly is also a former member of the lawyers' panel at Relationships Australia. She joined the Board in 2011.
Lyn is the Executive Director of the Australian Psychological Society, the peak professional body for psychologists in Australia. Lyn was formerly Head of the School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University and Inaugural Director of the Victorian Parenting Centre. She is a clinical psychologist and specialist in couple, child, family and group therapy, as well as conflict resolution. Lyn has been a Board Member since 1993 and chairs the Practice Quality Committee.
John Lovell has more than 25 years' experience in the IT industry both within Australia and internationally. His experience covers IT projects for the introduction of ATMs and EFT/POS within Australia, Pay TV systems, introduction of broadband services and other significant IT related projects. Prior to returning to Australia, John was based in Hong Kong where he was responsible for the IT infrastructure for the Walt Disney Company across Asia Pacific. He joined the Board in 2008.
Michael is an investment banker with the private investment banking firm, Bristow Shaw & Company. He serves as chair of the Strategic Life Sciences Fund and its manager SLS Managers Pty Ltd. He also serves as chair of Life Sciences International and as a principal adviser to Kennedy Needham Pty Ltd. Michael serves as a member of the Finance, Investment and Audit Committee of the Australian Psychological Society Ltd. He has been on the RAV Board since 1990, and is a member of the Strategy Committee. Michael was President of RA National (1994 and from 1998 to 2001); chaired RAV's Audit Committee for 11 years and was RAV Vice-President from 1990 until 2007.
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