Board

Mr Shane Johnstone

Role: Chief Executive Officer
Background:

Shane has been a clinical exercise physiologist for over ten years and is a director of Valetudo Health. He has a Bachelor of Science (Sport Science), Bachelor of Business (Sport Management) and a Masters of Workplace Injury Management and Occupational Rehabilitation. Shane has had experience with youth, sporting teams, corporate health, clinical and vocational rehabilitation. He has also been a part of many successful fundraising campaigns often enabled through his trail running endurance events, including the record breaking Bibbulmun 1000 (1,005km) (Albany to Kalamunda) which he completed in 11 days 7 hours and 8 minutes.

Mr Thomas Mulroy

Role: Director of Online Resources
Background:

Thomas has over 20 years’ experience providing IT services and technical advice to various sectors around Perth including Health, Mining, Transportation, Logistics, and Advertising. With a more recent focus on the web, Thomas has developed solutions for several high-profile Australian brands. Thomas has a Diploma of Information Technology.

Dr Darren Webb

Role: Chairman / Director of Strategic Partnerships
Background:

Darren is a director of Webble Guys, a health and wellbeing company offering health promoting software to sedentary (physically inactive) populations. He holds a PhD in Public Health, a Masters degree in Computer Science, a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, a Graduate Certificate in Research Commercialisation and is a Certified Professional of the Australian Computer Society.

Mr Rod McNally

Role: Director of Finance
Background:

Rod is a retired accountant. From studying metallurgy and accounting at the WA School of Mines in Kalgoorlie, Rod has worked at Western Mining Corporation and the Country Water Authority, and for 25 years was General Secretary of the Western Australian and Australasian Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services Associations.

With a long history of public service, Rod has also been a volunteer representative on the West Australian Fire Brigades Board for over 16 years.

Mrs Andra Dinu

Role: Director of Fundraising and Events
Background:

Andra has been a Physiotherapist for over eighteen years and specialised in rehabilitation for children with neurological diseases. She has a Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy and multiple International Certificates in assessing and rehabilitating children with chronic illnesses. Andra is currently studying her Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialisation in Health Management and is organising Social Inclusion programs for children and young adults with autism.

Dr Jenny Conlon

Role: Director of Allied Health
Background:

Jenny is a Lecturer within the School of Health Sciences at The University of Notre Dame Australia, teaching and researching predominantly in the area of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Jenny is also an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and has a Bachelor of Science (Sport & Exercise Science), a Master of Science (Clinical Exercise Physiology), and a PhD (Sport & Exercise Science).

Dr Andrew Haak

Role: Medical Advisor
Background:

Dr Andrew Haak is a Paediatrician working in the northern suburbs of Perth. Having trained in WA, he is now working in the State Child Development Service as well as Joondalup Health Campus Paediatric ward. Andrew has a special interest in child development and childhood disability. He is also currently an active board member of the not-for-profit organisation Ocean Heroes. When not at work or volunteering, Andrew is likely to be hanging with his wife and 4 cheeky kids or squeezing in a jog.

Miss Madeline (Maddy) Griffiths

Role: Public Officer & Secretary
Background:

Maddy is an ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologist and has Bachelor of Science (Sport Science) and Bachelor of Exercise Physiology degrees. She has experience in working with clinical and non-clinical populations that include both the youth and elderly, focusing on cancer and chronic disease. Maddy has previously facilitated a variety of health initiatives within the WA mining sector and currently works as a clinical exercise physiologist on research projects conducted at Edith Cowan University’s Exercise Medicine Research Institute.

Miss Epril Nossent

Role: Case Manager
Background:

Epril is dual accredited, working as both an Exercise Physiologist and Remedial Massage Therapist. She strongly subscribes to the view that ‘exercise is medicine’ and this has inspired her passion for helping others discover how exercise can greatly improve their lives. Epril also has experience with the WA Paralympic Football (Soccer) team.