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Board Members

George Perry - Chair

Bachelor of Economics (Macquarie University)

Director since 2021

Other role: Infrastructure Project Manager, VenuesLive (operator of Stadium Australia and Bankwest Stadium)

George Perry has over twenty-five years’ experience in the sport, major events, and venue management industries.  George’s careers include some of the largest sporting events Australia has seen including the Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Rugby World Cup. George held an executive position in Rugby Australia and was CEO of Sydney FC. George also held an executive position in the highly-respected not-for-profit consumer group, CHOICE where he was responsible for all the commercial and financial aspects of the organisation. More recently, George was responsible for the opening of CommBank Stadium at Parramatta – Sydney’s first new major stadium in over 20 years.


Commissioner Leigh Johns OAM

Master of Laws (University of Melbourne); Bachelor of Laws (Monash University); Bachelor of Economics (Monash University).

Director since 2019

Other role: Commissioner, Fair Work Commission

Commissioner Leigh Johns has extensive experience in employment law, workplace relations, equal opportunity and anti-discrimination law, disciplinary proceedings and workplace mediation. He has also been involved in a range of not-for-profit organisations for more than 25 years across areas including the arts, youth, community/primary health and health promotion. For this outstanding service, and significant contribution to the industrial relations field, Commissioner Johns was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2017. Three years earlier he was appointed to the Fair Work Commission, following a career as an experienced and highly skilled senior government executive.

Kerry McGoldrick

Kerry McGoldrick 

Bachelor of Laws; Masters of Business Administration; Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance.

Director since 2023

Other role: Director, Kerry McGoldrick Consulting and Consulting Director, SW Accountants & Advisors

Kerry McGoldrick is a recognised leader in governance and risk, with extensive experience across commercial, not for profit and public sector organisations in both industry (including Qantas and Woolworths) and professional services (including EY and Deloitte). Kerry currently chairs the NSW/ACT Council of Governance Institute Australia, the Risk Management Committee of Standards Australia and the Board of Scouts NSW. A lawyer by trade and a Chartered Governance Professional, Kerry holds an MBA and Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance. He is a regular contributor to media, industry, and academia. Kerry is passionate about supporting young people to help create a better world.


David McKenna

Doctor of Philosophy Strategic Innovation (University of Canberra) - completing; Master of Public Administration (University of Canberra); Graduate Certificate in Laws (Australian National University); Graduate Certificate in Politics and Public Policy (Macquarie Univesity); Bachelor of Applied Entrepreneurship from the University of Canberra; Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors

Director since 2021

Other role: Non-Executive Director, allcare

David is an experienced entrepreneur, non-executive director and public sector leader. He brings fresh thinking and a passion for human-centred design to his roles in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He has a passion for economic development, education and driving social impact. 

David is a PhD Candidate at the University of Canberra where he is researching strategic innovation, innovation systems and innovation governance in a public sector setting. David is active and supportive in the innovation ecosystem in both Sydney and Canberra.

Timothy Sunwoo

Master of International Affairs in International Finance and Business (Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs); Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics (New York University Stern School of Business). 

Director since 2020

Timothy Sunwoo has held senior executive roles in strategy and finance for large listed Australian companies. His background also includes a stint as a management consultant, based in New York and Sydney, for an international strategy consulting firm.  His industry experience spans across banking, insurance, funds management, technology and social services. Currently, he is the CEO at Windgap Foundation, a disability service organisation based in Sydney. Tim is passionate about the mission of the Y and the critical link it provides to the wider community. As a youth growing up in America, he spent countless hours playing basketball at a local YMCA gymnasium.  


Josh Wiseman

Bachelor of Psychology and Drama (Australian National University); Masters of Professional Performance (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School - UK)

Other role: Head of Data and Insights, batyr

Director since 2023

Josh's team at batyr look after the organisation's digital transformation as well as ‘OurHerd’ - A first of its kind digital storytelling platform. He has a background in Psychology and the performing arts. Josh has led teams working on; The National Mental Health Framework for Universities (Orygen), The National Evaluation of Headspace (KPMG) and Amplified Voices (Department of Health). Josh is a Non-Executive Director of Together For Youth, a school wellbeing program based organisation and sits on the Generation Australia Advisory Board as well as on the Black Dog Institute’s Industry Advisory Panel for ‘Sidewalk Circus Labs’ project. His background in the arts allow him to focus on how technology can be human centric in its solutions and amplify impact.


Executive Leadership Team

Prue Warrilow

Bachelor of Arts in Education (Macquarie University); The Executive Connection (TEC) and Diploma of Teaching in Early Childhood (Nursery School Teaching College). 

Interim Executive Director

Prue Warrilow is a strategic solution provider who has spent 30 years consulting to corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore in the niche area of work/life wellbeing strategies. This breadth of experience provides Prue with unique insights into best practice in human resources/diversity, people and governance. Prue is an industry expert in children’s services and child and family services. Prue has, and currently sits, on several NSW and Australian government advisory councils and non-government organisations that strategically influence public policy thinking on child and family matters. Prue’s paid and voluntary work is underpinned by her strong personal value working to ensure children and young people grow to adulthood to be the best they possibly can be. 


Emma Bunting

Chief Operations Officer

Emma is a highly adaptive, strategic and results-orientated senior executive leader with a demonstrated history of driving growth and transformation in culture and performance within the transport and logistics industries cross private and public sectors. Emma has a reputation for effectively translating strategy into execution, through the development of high performing teams, strong business and commercial acumen, customer and service delivery focus and stakeholder engagement. She is recognised as a capable and proven change agent who can drive continuous improvement and business optimisation, while navigating complex industrialised operations.



Louisa McKay

Graduate Diploma Social Science – Community Services (Western Sydney University ); Associate Diploma Early Childhood – Children’s Services (TAFE); Diploma of Systemic Counselling Skills – Effective Group Leadership component; Cert IV Workplace Training and Assessment (FDC Peak Training).

Executive Leader, Youth and Community

Louisa McKay is passionate about social justice and improving the social wellbeing outcomes of communities and young people. She has vast experience working in NGOs, government departments and peak bodies in direct service delivery, program design and implementation, government relations, policy and advocacy, outcomes measurement, strategy development and senior leadership roles. Louisa has presented and consulted in Australia and internationally on Results Based Accountability (RBA) and developed a disciplined and relentless approach to quality improvement and social impact. Louisa is committed to developing and empowering teams, believing that the best results happen from a team that is continually striving to grow and improve.

Natalie Thomas

Certified Practitioner, HR (Australian HR Institute).

Executive Leader, People and Culture

With extensive experience from her appointments at QANTAS and Sydney Trains, Natalie Thomas has effectively delivered cultural transformation through the development and execution of people and culture strategies, solving complex problems and ensuring successful alignment of the people strategy with the business goals. Natalie is passionate about increasing employee engagement, developing diversity and inclusion strategies, managing change and developing high performing cultures through effective people strategies and solutions.


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