3Bridges Community Incorporated is governed by its membership. The composition of the Board reflects the skills, qualifications, knowledge and experience needed to achieve our vision.
Catriona joined the board of Pole Depot Community Centre in 2013. She is currently CEO (interim) of the Public Relations Institute of Australia.
Neil joined the Menai Community Services Board in 2012. He is a barrister with a practice in Family Law. He is also currently the Club Vice President of the AFL Bangor Tigers Committee.
Paul joined the 3Bridges board in 2015. He is also the Chief Innovation Officer of Crazy Might Work, an innovative strategy firm that works with corporations and mid-size firms to co-create inspirational and disruptive strategies.
Rajesh joined the board in 2016. He is a graduate of AICD and is currently Head of Finance - Australia and New Zealnd of AMP Capital.
Brendon joined the board in 2016. He has a Masters of Taxation and holds the position of Senior Director Compliance at the Australian Taxation Office.
Wendy joined the board in 2016. She is a Chartered Accountant of England and Wales Fellow and in Australia. Wendy is also a member of Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Peggy currently works in health, education and leadership development; building the people and financial management skills of current and aspiring managers and leaders across NSW.
Professor Chan is Associate Dean (Sydney) of the School of Medicine at the University of Notre Dame Australia. He has a deep interest and commitment to health care quality and patient safety, and contributes to health outcomes research and education.
Therese has a Master of Business Administration coupled with 25 years’ of practical experience working and volunteering in all levels of charitable organisations including Senior Executive and Non-Executive Director roles.
Prior to retiring, Peter worked for over 30 years in the Health and Community Services sectors. He has worked for the Commonwealth and State Governments, and in regional areas. He has experience in child care, aged care, rehabilitation, disability services and aboriginal health.