Anne murray brings with her more than 25 years’ experience working in senior management roles with Mayne Nickless and Toll. She has extensive executive management experience in operations, finance, strategic planning and governance. As a former director of Transend Networks PL, Premium Events, TTA and Magnolia House she has a wealth of experience. She holds an MBA from UTAS, studying electives onsite in Malaysia, and completed a strategic management programme through Macquarie University. In 2008 she was announced as the Tasmanian Corporate Winner of the Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
Nicolas Turner, elected Chairman 28 November 2017. Is the Executive Chairman of public relations, advertising and marketing agency Cor Comms. He has more than 30 years' experience as a journalist and public relations professional in Tasmania. A former reporter with the Mercury newspaper, Nick covered State politics, industrial relations, rural affairs and sport. He is a former national and Tasmanian president of the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) and is a Life Member of the PRIA and OHA Hockey Club in Hobart. He is also a Director of Cricket Tasmania.
Fritz Shoemaker is an entrepreneur, a former-CEO of a medium sized multinational company, and currently manages a network of 35 business improvement specialists assisting hundreds of businesses every year in Victoria, Western Australian and Tasmania. He is an author of a book on Business Strategy, and has spoken on the subject extensively, is widely quoted and has facilitated strategy sessions across Australia. His business experience has been in the fields of Advanced Manufacturing, Health Care, Hospitality and Retail. Prior to his role on the board of QVCare he has served on many boards with over 30 years of board directorship. He is currently a member of Westpac Heli Rescue Tasmania’s Board. Fritz holds multiple degrees including an MBA and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Josef Giedl joined the Board in May 2018 after a career as a geologist in Queensland, Victoria and Tasmania and subsequently as a senior project manager with a large private engineering consulting firm in Tasmania. Josef's diverse roles included engineering geologist, quality management facilitator, Myers-Briggs assessor and a secondment to TAFE Tasmania as manager for their META management Development Programme. A past member of the Geological Society of Australia and the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Josef has a BSc Hons in Earth Sciences from Monash University and also a Graduate Diploma of Political Science from the University of Tasmania.
Victoria Newton is an experienced human resources professional. Victoria has worked in a diverse range of industry sectors; resources, health, manufacturing and utilities both in Australia and overseas. She is experienced in leading cultural change, organisational design, managing talent and developing individual and organisational capability. Victoria is passionate about contributing to the creation of work environments that offer value for both the employee and the employer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Masters of Business Administration.
Sandy is the Executive Manager of Corporate Services at Langford Support Services. She has 20 years of diverse business ownership experience including in community and consultant pharmacy, franchising and agritourism. Sandy has been a member of multiple Aged Care Medication Advisory Committees and has supplied and reviewed the medication for over 500 aged care residents over a number of years. She has extensive executive experience in governance, risk, compliance, and quality management and is passionate about ensuring regulatory and legislative compliance translates into better outcomes for residents. Sandy is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a former Director of May Shaw Health Centre and Langford Support Services.
Angela has more than 30 years’ experience working with people who are frail, aged and terminally ill, in both urban and remote settings. She has spent the last 15 years working in community and residential age care and as a dementia consultant with Hammond Care. Angela has a formal education in nursing and primary health care. She has worked in management and executive roles and has been an active board member on both local and national boards and advisory committees. In both 2014 and 2015 Angela was awarded a fellowship from the Dementia and Training Study Centre to further her knowledge in translating evidence into practice in residential age care.