professionals/

ASSOC PROF CAMPBELL PAUL

MBBS, FRANZCP Cert Child & Adolescent Psych

Associate Professor Paul is a Consultant Child Psychiatrist practicing at the Royal Children’s Hospital. He is al eading practitioner, academic and dedicated campaigner for promoting and progressing service and workforce development to support infant mental health both in Australia and internationally. He is currently the President-Elect of the World Association for Infant Mental Health.  Campbell has been a member of the Board for more than 20 years, joining in 1991 and is the Chair of Research Advisory Group.

 

 

Ms Kym Forrest

RN, BN, MMgt

Kym has a 30 year career in Nursing and is currently the General Manager Monash Children’s Hospital and Women’s Services and Director of the Monash Children’s Hospital Capital Project Monash Health.  Kym has substantial experience in hospital management and clinical service planning. She has been on the Board since 2009. Kym is currently the Chair of the Quality Assurance and Risk Committee. 

 

 

Mr Warwick Spargo

FCPA, IIA, CFE

Warwick has a 26 year career in public sector auditing and is currently an Audit Partner at RSM Bird Cameron. Warwick specialises in the public sector governance and risk management and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. Warwick joined the QEC Board in 2013 and he is currently Chair of the Audit & Finance Committee and a member of the Quality Assurance & Risk Committee.

 

 

Ms Karen Janiszewski

B.Sc (Building), Grad Dip (Property), FAICD

Karen has had 30 years of construction and development experience in private and public companies, state and local government and not for profit organizations including community housing providers. Karen is a Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors. She has had numerous roles as a non-Executive Director and is the current Chair of King and Godfree Pty Ltd.  She joined the QEC Board in 2015 and is an independent member of the Audit & Finance Committee.

 

Mr Graham Giannini

B.Ec, Grad Dip CDC (AICD), Grad Dip Strat Mktg (IMIA), Grad Dip SIA, Bus Cert Ins, FAICD, FFinSIA, FCLP, Snr Assoc AGSL, MAOQ

Graham, a management consultant and business advisor, has worked extensively in the field of business and finance at senior executive levels within Australia and abroad. He is an experienced change leader and business improvement practitioner.   Graham is a member of the Panel of Review, Australian Organisational Excellence Foundation.  He joined the QEC Board in 2015 and is a member of the Quality Assurance & Risk Committee and the Strategic & Service Planning Committee.

 

Ms Catherine Ho

B Economics, Grad Dip Applied Finance, ACA, GAICD

Catherine’s commercial career spans over 22 years in Australia and internationally, working with some of Australia’s largest companies including AXA, Members Equity Bank and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Catherine is presently Director Finance and Business Services at CenITex, focusing on transformation, governance and business improvement processes. She is also an independent member of the Melbourne Boomers WNBL finance committee.  She joined the QEC Board in 2017.

 

Ms Rosemary Bryant Smith

BA/LLB (Hons), Postgraduate Banking Law, AICD

Rosemary (Rose) Bryant-Smith is the founding co-owner of Worklogic, a workplace consulting firm with offices in Melbourne and Sydney.   Rose has been a professional non-executive director since 2007 in the healthcare, social housing and women’s services sectors. In addition to QEC, Rose is currently Director of Australian Home Care Services, owned by Multiple Sclerosis Limited.  In 2016 she was the Human Rights Law Research Fellow with Mercy Global Action at the United Nations. Her background is in corporate law.  She joined the QEC Board in 2017.

 

Ms Sheena Watth

B. Bus, AICD, Advanced NFP Governance AICD, Fellow CSL, DTP (UNSW)

Sheena is a public health advocate and company director. She is a Board Member of the Centre for Australian Progress, South East Indigenous Media Association and Quality Improvement and Participation Committees member of BreastScreen Victoria.  She is currently an Advocacy Advisor at the Stroke Foundation.  Sheena is a Yorta Yorta woman with a background in Indigenous and multicultural health.