Board of Directors & Executive Team

EACH is a company limited by guarantee.

The Board of Directors is responsible for the good governance of the organisation in the interests of members, those who access services and our funding bodies.

The Directors are responsible for ensuring EACH:

  • Realises its purpose and objectives as set out in its Constitution;
  • Fulfils its obligations and its potential;
  • Acts in the best interests of the communities it serves;
  • Operates in a manner that maintains and promotes the values and principles on which EACH is based; and
  • Complies with the Governance Standards set by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

The Directors are appointed by the Members, or the Board, for a term of not more than 3 years in accordance with the Constitution. Directors are remunerated for their service and duties.


Dr Andrew Gosbell PhD, GAICD, BAppSc

(Chair, EACH)
Dr Andrew Gosbell is an Advisor to the associations and charities sector, providing consultancy services to for-purpose organisations. He has over 30 years of experience in health and related sectors, with skills in patient care, research, policy and advocacy, and education and training, in a range of roles including project management, senior management, consulting and governance. Andrew is enthusiastic to be part of EACH as the organisation is making a positive impact in his community and communities across Australia.


Peter Hill

Peter is a specialist consultant in IT Strategy and Project Management. Prior to joining EACH Board in January 2014, Peter was a Director of Knox Community Health Service Ltd


Cathy Jones

(Chair, Services, Quality, and Risk Committee)
Cathy has 25 years of experience in public and private health services, with clinical qualifications in allied health and an MBA. She represents the private sector on several national committees for the Australian Commission on Safety & Quality in Health Care, lectures internationally on quality and risk management, and hosts the No Harm Done podcast. Her areas of interest are person-centred care, risk management, measurement of performance indicators and public reporting.


Luke Guthrie

(Deputy Chair, EACH and Chair, Finance, Audit, Infrastructure and Risk Committee)
Luke has over 25 years of global experience working most recently as a CEO, Chief Strategy Officer, CFO, Advisor and Non-Executive Director. His experience spans property development, real estate, investment, funds management, construction, volume home building, manufacturing and distribution in Australia and internationally.

Luke is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, holds a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment, Diploma of Financial Services, Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), is a Chartered Accountant and a licensed Real Estate Agent.


Blake Tierney

As a delivery-focused Government Relations, Public Policy, Communications and Crisis Management professional, I have partnered with the elite of Australian Politics, Federal and State Government Officials, Private Organisations and Not-for-profits. Having extensive experience working in Public Policy, Government Relations, Communications and Crisis Management, I have the expertise to engage with high-level cross-cultural clients and interpret policy to assist everyday Australians.


Helen Sui

Helen is the Chief Executive Officer of Moonee Valley City Council, and she has over 20 years professional experience in the local government, state government and not-for-profit sectors. Helen has a Master of International Politics (Beijing University), Master in Professional Accountancy (University of Southern Queensland), a Grad. Dip Local Government Law (Monash University), and EMBA (University of Sydney). She is a CPA.

Helen was a Finalist for the 2015 Telstra Business Women’s Awards and more recently was selected and served as a Judge for the 2020 Telstra Business Women’s Awards. Helen was also recognised as Top 50 Public Sector Women in Victoria in 2022.


Tanya Jardine

Tanya has an extensive background in the health sector, principally within service-based health industries, incorporating a wealth of specific experience in senior health management and multi-disciplinary teams.  Having worked within the not-for-profit, public and private sectors throughout her career pathway she has gained comprehensive knowledge around the dynamics, complexities and key drivers of each sector.  Tanya is an experienced board director and holds a GAICD and MBA.


EACH Executive Team

Natalie Sullivan

CEO – EACH & EACH Housing

Natalie has over 20 years of executive experience across public, private and not for profit health and human services.

Natalie has a Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics, a Masters in Health Administration, a Fellowship at the Australasian College of Health Service Management, Graduate of Company Directors and is recognised as an Adjunct Associate Professor at La Trobe University for her work in health service research and allied health clinical schools.

Natalie is the Company Secretary for EACH and EACH Housing Ltd.


Bernie Durkin

Executive Director – Business Development, Innovation and Impact

Bernie has been with EACH for over 20 years where he has continually found aspiration and inspiration as the organisation has grown and increased its service offering and community reach.

Bernie has extensive experience in service provision which includes street-based drug work, neighbourhood renewal, homelessness responses, mental health services, Sudden Infant Death education and support and a social work response to Huntington’s Disease. In addition, he’s worked in counselling, research and advocacy and been involved in a small social enterprise/job readiness program.

Over the past two decades, Bernie has led a range of support services, including EACH’s individual and community response to the Black Saturday bushfires, Gambler’s Help and AOD services and more recently, initiatives across Queensland, New South Wales and the ACT.


Camilla Radia-George

Executive Director – Operations

Camilla Radia-George (she/her) is an Occupational Therapist by background and has extensive strategic and operational experience across the health and social care continuum both in Victoria and abroad.

Camilla has led systems improvement and innovation, focusing on working in partnership to deliver transformational change across health and disability services, including being responsible for the design, delivery and evaluation of large-scale improvement initiatives across the state.

Regarded as a values-based leader, Camilla is collaborative and has worked with governments, peak bodies, and a range of high-profile stakeholders. She is currently Vice-Chair of the board of Women’s Health in the South East (WHISE) and is actively involved in a range of multidisciplinary research that centres on building capability, contributing to the research evidence and its translation into practice.


Clare Murphy

Executive Director – Organisational Enablement

Clare is a strategic and results-driven Human Resources professional with 20 years of experience in a range of industries, including social and community health, hospitals, education, hospitality and legal.

Clare is a Fellow and Certified Practitioner of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and holds a Masters of HR Management. Clare was the winner of the AHRI Dave Ulrich HR Leader of the Year Award and a recipient of the AHRI medal for service to the industry.


Jayne Dullard

Executive Director – Communications, Engagement & Advocacy

Jayne is a strategic communications and engagement specialist who helps organisations build internal cohesion, and external profile and influence, through focused, meaningful conversations about priorities and challenges.

Her first career as a journalist saw her working in Myanmar, with the Jon Faine program on ABC Radio, and many points in between. She was CEO of a media and government relations agency, Executive Director of Communications at The Royal Children’s Hospital, and led strategic communications for the COVID response at the Victorian Department of Health. Jayne is thrilled to join EACH at a pivotal moment, as the organisation draws on 50 years of experience to refocus and elevate the impact of its work, improving the lives of individuals and communities.


Sally Hines

Executive Director – Strategy and Transformation

Sally has held leadership roles in the social enterprise, not-for-profit and social service sectors, working at the forefront of cross-sectoral engagement to drive positive change.

Before joining EACH, Sally was the Chief Executive Officer at Leadership Victoria and previously Chief Operating Officer at The Big Issue and Homes for Homes. She has executive experience across the health, mental health and employment sectors, leading strategic decision-making and bringing together diverse teams, partnerships and stakeholders to support adaptation, sustainability and meaningful social and economic outcomes.

Sally is also Deputy Chair of The Leadership Network and Treasurer at Mount Martha Primary School.


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