Our Board

Graham Flower

Graham is Managing Director of Hexagon, a consultancy specialising in leadership, organisational development and employee engagement. A Fellow of the AICD, Graham has extensive experience as a non-Executive Director and Board Chair in the mental health sector, and he has consulted widely across the not-for-profit, government and private sectors in Europe and Australia. Graham’s earlier management career was in marketing, advertising and business development in manufacturing and services companies.

Anne-Marie Stranger
Deputy Chair

Anne-Marie is Executive Manager at the Tasmanian Health Service. Her qualifications include a Master of Public Health, MB BSc, B Bus, and she is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management and Graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Janelle O’Reilly

Janelle is a corporate governance specialist and senior lawyer and operates a business advising a broad range of clients on legal, corporate governance, risk and compliance matters. She is also Company Secretary and General Counsel of ASX listed TasFoods Limited. Janelle has had over 15 years experience as an Executive in diverse and complex organisations.  She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.

Mandy Richardson

Mandy is a business management contractor and consultant, Fellow of CPA Australia and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Jarred Moore

Jarred is a finance and strategy professional currently working at the Tasmanian Ports Corporation. Areas of work include residential accommodation, finance structuring and infrastructure development. He is a Chartered Accountant, with a Bachelor of Business and Master of Business Administration.

Dianne Underwood

A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Dianne is an Executive with over 15 years’ experience across diverse sectors specialising in human resources, change management and strategic planning.  Committed to improving the social and economic outcomes of young people in Tasmania, Dianne is a member of the Tasmanian Youth Advisory Solutions Committee and representative on the National Employers Reference Group for transition to work.  A passionate Tasmanian, Dianne is also a director on the board of Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service and hoping that when she is out enjoying the wildness and beauty of our island with her husband and two children she never needs to call on the service!

Norm Mcilfatrick

Norm is an experienced senior executive and non-executive director across the energy, infrastructure and community sectors. Building on his early career in the Australian and international utility sectors, Norm progressed his career in Tasmania over the past 20 years, with CEO roles including Aurora Energy, two major Government Departments and major Aged Care provider, OneCare Limited. In parallel to his executive career, Norm has gained extensive non-executive director and management consulting experience across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Daryl Lamb

Daryl has been a senior executive in the community services industry for 35 years until his retirement in 2019. He was CEO of a disability support organisation in Victoria before moving to Tasmania in 1994 where he worked with Anglicare Tasmania as Deputy CEO across its housing, homelessness, youth, employment, mental health, drug and alcohol, family support, disability and aged care services.

Daryl has been a Director and Chair of a number of Boards including the Youth Network of Tasmania, Mental Health Council of Tasmania (Life Member) and Families and Children Tasmania. He is current Chair of the Australian Community Industry Alliance a National Sydney based organisation of  disability and aged care providers that aims to improve quality standards across the industries.

Daryl holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Melbourne University and is a registered psychologist.