BA (Hons), PhD, Chair
Kevin was conferred his Doctor of Philosophy from Deakin University in 2006 after researching employers' attitudes towards people with a disability.
As a former Dean of Law at Sydney University, Professor Ron McCallum AO, was the first blind person appointed to a full professorship at any Australian university.
BSc (Sydney), MBA (MGSM), GAICD, FCPA. New South Wales
Sara is currently the Chief Financial Officer for IBM in Australia and New Zealand, and the local executive sponsor for IBM’s Corporate Social Responsibility programs. She also chairs the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs.
LLB (Hons) (London), FCIS
Caroline is a senior professional with broad-ranging legal and commercial experience gained in the technology, retail, healthcare and professional services sectors. She is presently the Chief Marketing Officer of a top tier global law firm in Australia.
BEc, GAICD. New South Wales
Heith is an experienced global Managing Director within the broader information economy sector with a 20 year track record of growing shareholder value, deepening customer penetration and staff engagement.
Former teacher Lyn was elected to the Senate in 1996 and was Parliamentary Leader of the Australian Democrats from 2004 to 2008.
FRICS, FAPI, FAICD
Nick has been active in blindness and low vision organisations since 1992, when he was appointed to the Board of the Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped.
BSc (Hons), Dip Ed, MBA, DBA, FACS, FAICD
Donald has been involved in information technology for more than 30 years, teaching at CIT (now Monash) and working for US technology companies.
PhD QUT, MSc (Optom) (Melb), Grad Dip (Rehab Stud) (La Trobe), FAAO
Jan Lovie-Kitchin has extensive clinical, teaching and research experience in the assessment of vision, reading and mobility performance of adults with low vision.
B Com, PhD
Theresa is a lecturer in the School of Business, Economics and Public Policy at the University of New England.
Andrew is a senior banker who has divided his career between the UK and Australia, and between the equities business and commercial banking.