Board Members

Together Creating a Happier Healthier Northern Mallee

Frank Piscioneri

Board Chair

A qualified accountant (FCPA) with over 28-years’ experience in the education sector, including over 25 years as Chief Financial Officer and Director Operations at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE.

Mary Rydberg

Mary is a former senior executive with over 25-years' senior management experience across a range of Victorian health and community services, including roles within government, hospitals and the not-for-profit sector. 

Paul O’Neill

Paul is a senior executive with diverse leadership experience across international banking and finance, and Indigenous organisations. In Pauls current roles, he is the Chief Executive Officer of the Murray Valley Aboriginal Cooperative, the Chair of Loddon Mallee Interim Regional Bodies of Mental Health & Well-being, and serves as a board member on MADEC. As a legal academic, Paul brings extensive experience in First Nations health, corporate governance, compliance, and business transformation. Paul has previously been a Board member of Amnesty International Australia, and as a leading expert on Human Rights presented to the United Nations Division for Inclusive Social Development.

Quentin Norton

A Registered Paramedic based in Irymple with Ambulance Victoria, Quentin brings a wealth of local and interstate clinical and governance experience to the Board. 

Ross Dallimore

Ross has been a Company Director since 1992 with board experience as a Director on the Boards of industry associations, subsidiaries, joint venture companies and the public sector.

Glenis Beaumont

A former public hospital chief executive with broad experience in public health management, Glenis has held leadership roles within a number of public health services.

Kashif Hayat

A senior manager with diverse experience across several highly-regulated sectors including health and oil and gas. 

Maria Mahony

A senior business strategist with over 20-years'  experience across health, government, social services and education sectors in Australia and internationally.

Tara Williams

Tara is a Registered Nurse with a diverse background in healthcare, education, and quality management. Her career includes various roles, ranging from clinical nursing to academic leadership and strategic advisory positions. She brings local knowledge and experience in corporate and clinical governance to the Board, with a commitment to strategic thinking, effective leadership, and consumer engagement to ensure the delivery of high-quality healthcare outcomes. Tara has served as a previous Board Director for Rural Care Australia and Sunraysia Community Health Services.