Trevor has over 30 years’ experience in senior finance roles in medium to large Australian ASX listed companies. He has been Chief Financial Officer for companies involved in the agribusiness sector (Elders and ABB Grain) and the biotechnology sector (Bionomics). In these roles he combined his technical accounting and financial skills with commercial expertise thereby substantially contributing to the growth of each of these businesses. Across this time, he was actively involved in initial public offerings (IPOs), capital raisings, corporate restructures, mergers and acquisitions, refinancing and joint ventures.
Trevor is currently non-executive director of 3 Canadian listed public companies and several non-listed Australian entities including the Port Adelaide Football Club Limited. He is a member of the Finance & Audit Committee of each of these organisations.
Trevor was appointed to the YMCA South Australia Board in 2010/2011 and first became the Association’s Treasurer in 2011. He served as Treasurer from 2011 to 2015 and, in this role, he lead the Board’s Finance & Audit Committee. Trevor was appointed the Associations President in 2015 and has served continuously in this role since then.
Trevor holds a Bachelor of Arts (Accountancy) from the University of South Australia and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Robert has over 20 years’ experience working in various roles in public practice, commerce and investment banking both in Australia and overseas.
Robert currently holds the position of Director, Business Consulting Services at Edwards Marshall and services clients in a broad range of sectors regarding business strategy, succession planning and business sales, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, debt structuring, taxation and accounting.
Robert holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Adelaide and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accounts in Australia, an Associate of the Taxation Institute of Australia and a Fellow of FINSIA.
Robert has a passion about the youth, community, health, well-being and healthy aging.
Shaun has strong capabilities in strategic planning, business improvement, cultural change, change management, risk management, OH&S, governance, talent and leadership development all aimed at helping to achieve business objectives.
An experienced executive and board member in both product and service based environments nationally and internationally across both public and private sectors. A logical, decisive individual with a reputation for integrity.
Shaun was appointed to the YMCA South Australia Board in 2015. In 2017 he was appointed as the Chairperson of the Governance Committee and Vice President of the Association. Shaun is currently Manager People and Culture at ASC Shipbuilding. Shaun’s extensive experience also includes;
Local Government and companies such as GM Holden, Email Ltd, British Aerospace PLc, Southcorp Wines, the Health Insurance Commission and Westpac with roles in Executive Management, Engineering, Operations Management, Project Management, Human Resources and Change Management. Shaun has strong cultural awareness having undertaken assignments in the USA, China, Korea, Thailand and the UK.
Tim Looker OAM
Tim has been a YMCA member since joining the Glenelg branch in 1965. Following a career in mining and construction in the NT Tim returned to University in Adelaide studying Education, Science and Counselling. He has worked as a teacher as well as spending time on the professional staff of Adelaide YMCA running branch and camping operations. In recent years, Tim has been an elected member at the City of Holdfast Bay serving a term as Deputy Mayor and presiding member of the audit committee. Tim joins the YMCA South Australia Board having been Chair of the Holdfast Bay Community Centre facilitating the merger of that organisation to the YMCA.
Tim brings his wide experience in local government to the board as well as expertise in the delivery of community services. He holds a Master Degree in Social Science, Bachelor of Education and a Graduate Diploma of Counselling. He was awarded an Order of Australia in 2003.
Liz has worked in the education, disability and health sectors for the last 30 years. Liz currently holds the position of Chief Executive of Cara, which provides accommodation and respite services to people living with disabilities and their families.
Liz seeks to make a tangible difference for people living with a disability and believes strongly in an inclusive community and person centered practice.
Marie is the Digital Strategist at Nexia Edwards Marshall, responsible for developing and implementing online marketing initiatives for the firm and its clients.
Marie strives to ensure that any digital initiatives integrate with her clients’ overarching corporate strategy, particularly through supporting an organisation’s strategic intent. Due to her accounting background and emphasises the importance of measuring the return on investment and on finding marketing solutions which drive real results.
Marie holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting and Marketing from the University of Adelaide and is an Associate Member of the Australian Marketing Institute.
In addition to being a Director of YMCA South Australia, Marie is a Director of the Norwood Football Club and former council member of the City of Campbelltown, Treasurer of the Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising 30 Below South Australian Branch and Australian Marketing Institute State Advisory Committee SA.
Warren is a Life Member of YMCA South Australia and has been involved in the Association for over 30 years.
As a small business owner and operator for over 32 years, he understands the challenges of conducting and developing business in a highly competitive environment. Focused on high levels of customer satisfaction and service, Warren understands our organizations responsibility and commitment to quality community services and connection.
A member of the Masters Plumbers Association and a past President, Warren is highly regarded in the industry and the local community.
Vivienne St. John Robb
Vivienne St. John Robb was appointed to a casual vacancy on the YMCA South Australia Board in August 2012. Vivienne has a long history with the YMCA as a volunteer in a children’s service and as a parent of a WAG gymnast.
As and early childhood professional Vivienne has worked and volunteered within the community sector for over 30 years and has been a Director on a number of Boards and high level committees including; the State Government Education Standards Board, member of SA Health Human Research & Ethics Committee, a consumer representative on SA Health Neonate and Gynaecology Statewide Community of Practice and is the Managing Director of a training and development consultancy.
Vivienne is committed to community service, the principles of equity and access and creating opportunities for individuals. Vivienne served at the Chair of YMCA South Australia Governance committee and is now a member of the Risk Committee.