Peter is a client and outcome focussed leader with over 30 years experience in a broad range of government, acute health care, not-for-profit organisations and aged care services. He has held senior management, Assistant Director and Director roles and has worked as a mediator and as a critical care registered nurse. Peter has extensive experience in clinical and corporate governance, high level risk management, strategic policy advice and implementation of quality standards and accreditation.
Peter worked as a senior conciliator at the then Health Rights Commission and has held Board Director roles with the Allora Cooperative Hospital in Toowoomba, Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Queensland and QCOSS. Peter has a Masters in Health Services Management from Griffith University, a Bachelors of Business in Human Resource Management (Distinction) from QUT, a Certificate in Mediation from Bond University Law School, a Certificate in Critical Care and Trauma Nursing from BCIT, Vancouver, Canada and a Registered Nurse Certificate from Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Mark has established his financial services expertise in the not-for-profit, aged care sector in several senior management positions over the past 12 years. He has successfully established and led teams in numerous well-known aged care organisations. His professional strengths are in the delivery of clear and precise financial reporting data and the design of effective financial management systems. In his 38-year accounting experience Mark has developed a strong command of internal and external audit and financial reporting processes. Mark has a Bachelor of Commerce and is an active member of the Certified Practicing Accountants Australia and Chartered Management Accountant UK.
Hong has more than 15 years of experience managing health promotion initiatives both in Australian and international contexts across a range of areas including, child health, immunisation, nutrition, sexual and reproductive health and chronic disease. Hong holds a Master’s Degree of Social Sciences (Health Practice), Bachelor of Economics (Finance and Banking), Bachelor of English (Language and Culture) and Professional Translator (English-Vietnamese) accredited by National Accreditation Authority for Translators & Interpreters Ltd (NAATI).
Zhihong has worked in the multicultural health sector for over 12 years in Australia. Before moving to Australia, she worked in infectious diseases control and immunisation for over six years in China. Zhihong has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a Bachelor Degree in Preventive Medicine.