ALI Kent - President
Having been born in Wales, I started to call Australia home 30 years ago. A decision I never regretted.
Until earlier this year, I was employed by the State Government in a variety of positions that spanned 30 years. These included Fire and Emergency Services, Tourism WA, the Education Department and the Goldfields Esperance Development Commission. All roles have involved strategic and policy development; Training and Development and Project Management.
12 months ago, I decided to move back to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, where I hadn't lived since 2003, to be closer to my family - especially my gorgeous grandees. To take advantage of spending more time with my family, I started a consultancy business which offers clients business and strategic planning, grant writing and project management.
I am passionate about giving back to the community and to be involved in the GWHCC, is a huge privilege. I value the opportunity to be able to work with a diverse and committed Board, supported by a dynamic team.
Ainslee McaLINDEN - vice pRESIDENT
samantha Duddy - treasurer
I grew up in Kalgoorlie and moved back in November 2011. Shortly thereafter, I became a member of the GWHCC. I have used many of their services and attended several events that they haved hosted.
I think that the centre has an important role to play in reducing the services' gap that can exist in regional healthcare. I strongly believe that community organisations play a big part in making the Goldfields such a great place to live and I like to contribute when I can.
Personally, I have a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in accounting and taxation and I have 20 years of professional experience. My family owns an accounting business in town and I am currently working in Finance at Eagle Petroleum. I am currently the Treasurer of the Kalgoorlie Boulder Volunteer Centre and the Rotary Club of Hannans-Kalgoorlie. I am also on the Board of the Friend of the Arts Centre.
I have watched the GWHCC frow and continually improve. I am excited about the opportunity to assist this outstanding organisation. I
Jo normington - committee member
I am Kalgoorlie born and raised and married with two adult children and 3 beautiful grandchildren.
I have worked in child care for the past 30 years until 4 years ago when I made the change to the Education Department as an Education Assistant for special needs children.
I am looking forward to working with the GWHCC and the committee to continue to provide the valuable services to Goldfields families.
Denise roberts - Committee member
I have been married for 47 years , have two daughters and two grand daughters. My family moved to Kalgoorlie 30 years ago from Kununurra. I worked at the RAC for 16 years and have enjoyed several different positions since retiring from there.
I am a breast cancer survivor, having gone through two mastectomies.
I joined the GWHCC to give a little back to our wonderful society her in Kalgoorlie.
Maureen duddy - committee member
Elise Wheadon - committee member
Elise Wheadon is a wife and mother of 3 school aged children. She is a pharmacist and owns 2 retail pharmacies in Kalgoorlie. Originating from Merredin and moving to Port Hedland during her schooling years, country has always run through her veins. Residing in Kalgoorlie since 2007, she has a passion for healthcare and in particular, womens and indigenous health. After a scare when her youngest was born, she was introduced to the services of the Goldfields Womens Health Care Centre for emotional support and wants to ensure the amazing services they offer, continue for the foreseeable future.
Fiona Clare - committee member
jillian menhennett - committee member
lillian walters - committee member