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Assistive Technology Australia (AT Australia) is made up of allied health professionals, access consultants, administration, and corporate support professionals.
The organisation is lead by a board of directors and a chief executive officer who are reponsible for the governance, strategic leadership, and direction of the AT Australia. AT Australia members elect our board of directors each year in elections held in November.
Jonathan Ladd holds a BA in Philosophy and Psychology
from University of Durham (UK) 1973-76 and MPhil Logic from London School of Economics, 1976-77. He has
33 years of diverse line, technology, management, consulting and director-level experience, including
global Chief Information Officer for P&O Group. Experience covers business strategy, management and
information technology, across multiple sectors, working in multiple countries and cultures, at all
levels up to board and investor/owner. Currently Group CEO of Datacom. Other current roles include
provision of strategic advice and governance for an Australian payments network.
Ann-Mason Furmage has been President of the Physical Disability Council of NSW for the past five years. She is retired from active employment in her profession after more than twenty years experience as an accountant and financial controller in Australia and the USA.
Colin Slattery is currently a director of his own training and consulting business. He brings his expertise in human resource management, marketing, training and coaching to individuals and organizations. Colin has extensive experience in the government and non-government sector and has worked at various levels of management.
Qualifications: BA (Hons) LLB Macquarie University,
Grad. Dip in Legal Practice (College of Law)
Fiona Given is a person with cerebral palsy and complex communication needs and uses various forms of AAC and various forms of assistive technologies. She is the Vice-President of AAC Voice and People with Disability Australia. Fiona has worked in a range of legal settings. Currently she is a part time community member of NSW Guardianship and funds her own consultancy business doing various research projects in the disability sector.
Alex Maitland is currently a chartered secretary and
non-executive director with career experience in general management, operations and governance roles in
the infrastructure and not-for-profit sectors. His qualifications include a BA, Master of Business,
Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance, Fellow of Australian Institute of Company Directors and
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators. Alex holds a longstanding commitment
to the not-for-profit sector, serving in voluntary non-executive roles, in emergency services, ageing,
disability, health and housing sectors.
Gurleen is an Organisational Development professional with over 18 years’ experience across a diverse number
of industries including Education, Banking, Government, Manufacturing, Media Telecommunications, FMCG and
professional services. She has expertise in designing and implementing people strategies to create a culture
of trust, transparency, performance and innovation. Gurleen has worked for and consulted to a diverse range of Australian and
multinational companies such as Telstra, ASIC, PwC, Westpac, Chubb Securities and most recently Navitas Ltd. At Navitas, Gurleen
was the Global Head of Organisational Development, Group HR for 3.5 years. During this time, she has designed and led global
Group HR implementations on change management, performance
management, executive development programmes and succession planning.
Gurleen is currently the European HR Director for the University Programmes Division in Navitas and provides the senior leadership team with strategic and leadership vision for people recruitment framework, performance and development, talent development and succession planning, compensation and benefits framework, change management, workplace health and safety and workplace diversity. Gurleen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Postgraduate Diploma in International Business & Finance, speaks fluent Punjabi and Hindi.
Robyn Chapman was appointed CEO in February 2008. She graduated and worked as a Physiotherapist for many years across the health, aged, disability, private, public and not-for-profit sectors. She has held a number of service management positions in the disability sector including leading the Physical Disability Council of NSW. Robyn is a casual lecturer in the Discipline of Occupational Therapy at the University of Sydney.
Assistive Technology Australia
(Independent Living Centre NSW)
Shop 4019 Westpoint Blacktown
17 Patrick Street
Level 4 (Rooftop)
Westpoint Shopping Centre Blacktown
Enter car park via express ramp at the Alpha St roundabout (Map)
ABN 44103 681 572
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