A graduate of the Macquarie University’s School of Logistic Management and has held a number of senior executive roles in various companies
Senior executive role at Coca-Cola Amatil, where he served as Managing Director in their Hungarian and New Zealand operations.
He has served on company Boards in various countries such as Austria, Hungary, New Zealand and Australia, and served on health Boards such as Country North SA Medicare Local, and currently as Chair of Finance of Country SA PHN.
Co-founder and owner (with his wife Suzanne) of 1847 Wines, a Barossa Winery with fine wine focus exporting to 11 overseas countries.
John has consulted on marketing and strategic leadership for various organisations and has presented on these topics at a number of forums including the Australian GP Network National Conference.
John is currently a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and serves as the Deputy Chairman of the Barossa Co-Op Stores.
Lecturer of Mental Health Academic and holds the Aboriginal Health portfolio with the Department of Rural Health (DRH)
Lee provides leadership in rural mental health through research, education and establishing partnerships with mental health service providers, Aboriginal health, consumers and carers.
Lee has worked as a rural health practitioner for the past 4 decades in areas of women’s health, Aboriginal health, youth health, aged care, acute care and more recently mental health as both a practitioner and service manager.
Lee is involved in a number of networks and has been part of the Upper Eyre Local Health Cluster the Whyalla Suicide Prevention Network since its inception and has a passion for ensuring people in rural and remote areas equitable access to the quality services to meet their needs.