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Huntington’s Victoria is the leading specialist service that supports individuals impacted by Huntington’s disease.

Our Board

The Huntington's Victoria Board is made up of volunteers who are elected by Huntington's Victoria's members each year. The Board meets regularly and is responsible for governing the organisation. Board members serve a one year term and are eligible for re-election each year. All financial members of Huntington's Victoria are eligible to nominate for a position, please contact us for further information. 

 

  • Andrew Sims
    President

    Andrew has over 17-years’ experience in management, marketing, telecommunications & IT and is currently the Managing Director of innoTel. Andrew holds a Master of Business Administration and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Andrew is a community member who sought to do more in raising the awareness of Huntington’s and helping others affected. 

    Andrew was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 5 November 2014.

  • Faye Faulkner
    Board member

    Faye is a senior executive in human resources management, possessing a Bachelor of Arts degree and Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management and Organisational Development. Faye is currently employed at Monash Health, responsible for Human Resources business partnerships for the Mental Health Program. After many years in the corporate world, Faye wants to make a long term difference in the community and has a particular interest in raising awareness of Huntington’s disease. 

    Faye was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 10 November 2009.

  • Anne Sanderson
    Board Member

    Anne is a partner at Ragg Weir Chartered Accountants with over 25 years’ experience in the sector. Anne's experience has encompassed a range of industries and client sizes, but her focus is on 'Mum and Dad' businesses. Her philosophy is to provide good service to clients, this encompasses value for money, efficient delivery, appropriate advice and being able to know and understand the individual needs and objectives of each client. 

    Anne was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 10 November 2009.

  • Marcus Siah
    Board Member

    Marcus has over 15 years of experience in Accounting, Business Services and Taxation. He is currently employed by MSI Ragg Weir as a Manager in their Business Services Division. He has experience in a range of industries but his current focus is on assisting his client's with the migration of their accounting systems into the Cloud to gain efficiency within their business. After many year of assisting his corporate client's Marcus wants to give back and make a difference in the community. 

    Marcus was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 16 September 2015.

  • Melissa Rennie
    Board Member

    Melissa has over 11 years of experience as a Chartered Accountant and works in the field of  Accounting, Business Services and Taxation. Her current focus is assisting clients within the SMSF space but she has experience in a range of businesses  and aims to assists clients with the day to day issues that occurs with every business no matter how big or small. Melissa joined the Board after experiencing first hand the benefits that a not for profit organisation can have on a community and an individual she would like to now use her knowledge to give back to a community.

     Melissa was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 24 November 2015.

  • Bronwyn Morkham
    Board Member

    Dr Bronwyn Morkham has had a lifelong interest in innovative health services delivery. As National Director of the Young People In Nursing Homes National Alliance, Bronwyn has led development of innovative and collaborative practice solutions in  systems working with younger people with disability resulting from injury or complex health conditions.
    Bronwyn is committed to development of community health services that enable Australians with complex health conditions to live safely and with confidence in the community; and believes the emerging National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) offers health services a unique opportunity for improved collaboration and innovation across health and disability sectors. 
    Prior to becoming a board member of Huntington’s Victoria, Bronwyn was a member of the National People with Disability and Carer Council that provided policy advice to the Australian Government. Bronwyn is presently a member of the Victorian Government’s NDIS Implementation Taskforce.

    Bronwyn was appointed a member of the Huntington’s Victoria Board on 16 September 2015.

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