Our board

Daniel Morrison

Chair person
Daniel, a Murriwarri man, is Manager of Aboriginal Programs Service Delivery at TAFE NSW and a Board member of Biripi Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre. He is a member of numerous committees including Chronic Care for Aboriginal People, NSW Aboriginal Mental and Wellbeing Reference Group, APHRA Accreditation Committee, Mid North Coast Aboriginal Cultural Safety & Security Reference Group and MNC Healthy Communities. He has a Master of Health Service Management, Master of Health Service Administration and a Bachelor of Health Sciences.

Betty Vincent

Deputy chair person
Betty is a Mardigan woman. She has served on two boards and has a career as a CPA and auditor with organisations including Charles Sturt University, the Australian National Audit Office and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. She holds a Bachelor of Business in Accounting & Public Administration, completed her CPA at Deakin University and has a Graduate Certificate in Wiradjuri Language. She also has experience as a Housing Loans Officer (with ATSIC) and assisted Wagga Advancement Aboriginal Corporation with their PARS housing registration.

Tim Allen

Tim, a Yuin man, is Programs Manager at Werin Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre, a Board member of Biripi Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre and a former Board member of Werin Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre. He was Lecturer of Aboriginal primary health at TAFE NSW and earlier, a Youth Worker with Mission Australia and Indigenous Youth Employment Coordinator with Wesley Uniting Employment. Tim has Diplomas in Business Management and Practice Management and a Cert IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care.

Dane Zeeman

Gamilaroi man Dane is a CPA and director of Zeeman Accounting, which provides accounting, audit and business services in NSW and QLD. He has 20 years of accounting experience servicing small business and not-for-profit clients. Dane has served on a number of boards, including ANTaR and an Aboriginal Family Legal Service and as a member of Indigenous Accountants Australia and the SE Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce. He has also been involved with the Indigenous Accountants Australia project, which seeks to promote careers in accounting and finance in our communities.

Alex Fisher

Alex has served as chair, director or member of twelve boards and committees. She is a Port Macquarie local with a prior senior executive career in local government, public utilities and government agencies. She began her career in the Army and is qualified with a PhD, MBA and Bachelor of Engineering. She is a Graduate and Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Michael (Miko) Smith

Miko holds a Master of Business Administration and has operated as a business consultant since 2014. Miko has recently returned to New South Wales (NSW) after enjoying ten years working in senior positions within the Aboriginal arts, media and broadcast sector of the Northern Territory. Miko is the Chief Executive Officer of Lifeline North Coast NSW which delivers accredited training, counselling services, and retail outlets between Nambucca Heads in the south, Armidale in the west, and Yamba in the north.

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