Roles and Responsibilities of the directors
The role of the Directors is to provide leadership, direction and oversight to the organisation.
The Director’s charter encompasses three major elements:
• A legal dimension – requiring a Director to conform to laws and regulations of the land.
The organisation must observe and conform with the CATSI (2006) Act and a range of laws relating to financial practices, industrial relations and so on.
• An ethical dimension – requiring a Director to demonstrate a high level of responsibility not only to members and employees but also to clients, service providers and to the community at large.
• A business dimension – requiring a Director to ensure that the organisation plans effectively for sustainability, progress, advancement, best practice and continuous development whilst continually monitoring its stated goals.
For more information on the role of individual NCACCH Directors here.
Helen Felstead – Director
Helen is a Yugambeh woman and has resided in the Tin Can Bay region for over 50 years. Helen has been on the NCACCH Board of Directors since 2003 and has a Certificate IV in Governance. Helen works as a Medical Receptionist providing valuable knowledge within General Practice. As an advocate she provides strong links and communication within the Cooloola community.
Rhonda Randall – Director
Rhonda is a Barindji woman from Bourke and has resided in the Glasshouse Mountains region for over 20 years. Rhonda joined the NCACCH Board in 2006 and has a Certificate IV in Governance. Offering knowledge and experience in education and Home and Aged Care, Rhonda provides connection to the hinterland community through her NCACCH Referrer status.
Paula Wootton – Director
Paula is a Tharawal woman from the Woollongong/Shoalhaven Heads region NSW, and has lived in Imbil for over 16 years. Paula has been an active NCACCH Board Member since 2007, has a Certificate IV in Governance and has a strong focus on young people and families. Paula has substantial experience working within schools and community organisations and represents the Mary Valley community.
Ron Binge – Director
Ron is a Traditional Owner from Southeast QLD and Kamilaroi on his father’s side. Originally from Miles where his grandmother established Goondir Health Services over 30 years ago, Ron and his family have resided on the Sunshine Coast since 2005. Ron joined the NCACCH Board in 2018 and offers a vast range of experience from consulting with Traditional Owners to community engagement.
Kerry Staines – Director
Kerry blends her practical knowledge and experience with strategy and is energised by leading business to create and deliver positive change.
Bridging the gap to bring appropriate health services and education to our communities is vital for our people and future generations. A community approach that connects with community organisations, government other partners help us achieve greater opportunities for our people.
Kerry is also heavily involved in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which is changing the landscape for people living with disability across the nation.
Kerry is a descendant of the Mandandanji Indigenous people and is passionate about helping Indigenous people, their communities and their culture to thrive.
Owen Wilson – Director
Owen is a proud Gamilaroi man born in Brisbane and has resided on the Sunshine Coast for 24 years. Owen working in the QLD Fire Services for 32years, 12 as an executive officer. Owen is an Elder with the Maroochydore Community Justice Group and has an advanced diploma in Community Sector Management. Owen will help keep NCACCH strong, community focussed and respected.
Henry Neil – Director
Henry Neill proudly identifies as an Indigenous Australian South Sea Islander with Torres Strait Islander heritage and very close connection to a number of Northern Peninsula Aboriginal Community Clans. He is also closely associated to Central and Southeast Qld clans. He has an education background with experience in Teaching at Early childhood, Primary and Secondary Education levels and at a University level. He regularly provides Guest Lectures to Undergraduate and post Graduate students in Education, Health, Journalism, Social Science, Human Services and Public Health and Paramedics. Henry has written several Cross-Cultural Communication programs for Commonwealth Departments and provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Awareness Training. On the Sunshine Coast he has worked with Focus Health Network CTG, Medicare Local CTG and most recently was the Cultural Lead for the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network. Henry has been a member of NCACCH for as long as he can remember. His family has lived locally since the 60’s on his sons’ Traditional Country.