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Our board

Our board

 

LYN JONES

Chair of ACNA

Lyn Jones 220x210Lyn Jones has over 20 years senior leadership experience in the health and community care sector with particular strengths in the areas of strategy, governance and risk management. She has been responsible for the development and execution of strategy in organisations such as the Silver Chain Group and St John of God Health Care. As Chair of Access Care Network Australia she is supporting the organisation to maintain its strong focus on evidence-based practice that identifies, implements and evaluates best practice models of assessment, coordination and case management services.

Lyn has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons), an MBA, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and, recognising the importance of risk management in governance, completed a Certificate in Governance and Risk Management with Chartered Secretaries Australia (now Governance Institute of Australia). 

HON JUDI MOYLAN AO GAICD

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Hon Judi Moylan AO GAICD was elected to the federal Seat of Pearce in 1993 and served as the Member for Pearce until her retirement in 2013. Her portfolios included Minister for Family Services and Minister for the Status of Women.

In 2013 she was appointed Independent President and Chair of the Board of Diabetes Australia.

From 2013–15 Mrs. Moylan was co-chair of the National Diabetes Strategy Advisory Group (NDSAG) for the Federal Government and is currently co-chair of the Implementation Reference Group advising the Health Minister on the implementation of the recommended policies of the NDSAG.

Elected Global Coordinator of the International Diabetes Federation’s Parliamentarians for Diabetes Global Network (IDF-PDGN) Mrs. Moylan served in that position until the conclusion of the successful Global Forum in Vancouver CA in November 2015.

In January 2018 Mrs. Moylan was appointed to the Advisory Board of Access Care Network Australia (ACNA), a subsidiary company of the Silver Chain Group.

Awards include:

  • Order of Australia (AO) in 2016
  • Sir Kempson Maddox award
  • Diabetes Australia Outstanding Services award
  • Alan Missen Medal for “serving democracy with integrity” 2013
  • lifetime achievement awards from Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Novo Nordisk.
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