Board

Neil Guard, Chairperson

Neil has extensive leadership experience in a range of Board, executive and CEO roles in public and highly competitive private sector and not-for-profit environments.

Carol Daws

Carol Daws

Carol is a registered clinical psychologist, a member of the Golden Key Honour Society for Academic Achievement, and CEO of Cyrenian House Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Treatment Service. Cyrenian House offers services in Perth, the South West and the Kimberley, including four therapeutic communities (TCs), two low medical withdrawal units, a residential women and children’s program, a childcare centre, an integrated community alcohol and drug service, a regional outreach service in partnership with Milliya Rumurra, prison programs, and a non-residential service offering individuals and families counselling and support.

Daniel Morrison

Daniel Morrison

Daniel is Chief Executive Officer of Wungening Aboriginal Corporation (formerly the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service - AADS). His Father Noongar and Mother Yamatji have maintained strong traditional family lines. Daniel has dedicated much of his free time and energy to his community through roles including Chairperson of Noongar Mia Mia PTY LTD, representative to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission’s (ATSIC) Perth Noongar Regional Council, and as a member of both the Gordon Reid Foundation for Youth Fund and the National Indigenous Youth Leadership Group. Daniel’s studies have included Indigenous Community Leadership (FaHCSIA), Community Management and Development (Curtin), AICD Company Directors training, Public Sector Administration and other professional development programs related to social service and justice delivery while engaged in Family and Children’s Services and other government departments.

Andrew Amor

Andrew Amor

Andrew is Chief Executive Officer of Milliya Rumurra Aboriginal Corporation. Milliya Rumurra is an alcohol and drug service based in Broome. Programs provided include residential rehabilitation, a sobering-up shelter, community based prevention and treatment. Milliya Rumurra primarily offers treatment services for Indigenous residents, however, non-Indigenous people are also eligible to access services.


 

 

Emma Jarvis

Emma Jarvis

Emma is the Chief Executive Officer of Palmerston Association, a Board Director of the Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) and former Vice Chair of the WA AIDS Council.

Emma is experienced with governance, strategy, risk, and clinical and organisational development. Emma has 20 years experience in the non government, and government sectors. Emma is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has a Masters in Applied Social Studies, a Post-Graduate Diploma and a Post Qualifying Award in Social Work, a Bachelors with Hons in Theology, and a Certificate IV in Coaching.

Angela Corry

Angela Corry

Angela is Chief Executive Officer of Peer Based Harm Reduction WA (formerly WA Substance Users' Association - WASUA). Peer Based Harm Reduction WA provides non-judgmental, friendly peer based support, information and education, advocacy and harm reduction services, and services aimed at reducing the transmission of Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmitted Infections associated with drug use in the community.

Andrea Rennals

Andrea Rennals is Area Manager Pilbara at Mission Australia. Mission Australia is a national not for profit charitable organisation that works to support vulnerable people experiencing homelessness, social disadvantage, disability, mental health and/or alcohol and other drug needs. Andrea has 15 years in government and non-government sectors both in Canada and Australia. In her current role, Andrea is responsible for services including the Pilbara Community Alcohol and Drug Service.

Captain Ken Smith

Captain Ken Smith

Ken is a Salvation Army Officer and is The Salvation Army Australia's WA State Manager Alcohol and other Drug (AOD) and Homelessness. In WA, The Salvation Army's Bridge Programme operates a sobering up service, a low-medical withdrawal service, and a residential rehabilitation service, as well as non-residential counselling and outreach services.

Julia Stafford

Julia Stafford

Julia is Alcohol Programs Manager at Cancer Council WA. The Alcohol Programs Team works to inform community discussion about alcohol issues with the aim of reducing the impact of alcohol on the WA community, including as a cause of cancer.

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Perth WA 6000

 

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