Life Again has an outstanding Board of Directors with a broad skill set. Each Director has both experience and integrity in their particular profession and within the community at large. They are all committed to the philosophies and strategies of Life Again.
Our Board works hard to ensure Life Again delivers the highest standards of performance, through governance, clear accountability and efficient budget management. The Board is responsible for reviewing the performance of the Executive Director and all staff, whether they are voluntary or not. All Board members are unpaid for their directorship of Life Again.
“All through my life I’ve been helped by good and generous people. It is my time for giving back and Life Again provides me with that opportunity in an area where I think there is genuine need” – Michael Green, Chairperson
Luke is a founder and Director of Bunch Group, a specialist communications and engagement firm, who partner some of Australia and New Zealand’s largest businesses and brands to help bring their strategy to life.
Over the last 15 years he has established a unique proposition that connects people, organizations and performance. Through creative ideas, stories and experiences, his focus is to help organizations shift the way people think, feel and behave. Luke is a passionate family man and a Life member of The Old Xaverians Football Club.
David is a Partner in the Commercial Law Firm, B2B Lawyers. He has worked closely with and within the merchant banking, public company, education and charity sectors for more than 30 years.
David specialises in corporate fundraising, directors’ duties, ASX Compliance, commercialisation of intellectual property, corporate restructuring, international joint ventures and licensing, estate and succession planning, asset protection, insolvency and corporate work-out and restructuring strategies. He is a director of the NGO Eat Up Limited which is a community-based programme that prepares and delivers lunches to primary school students in need at 500+ schools. David holds a Bachelor of Law (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce.
A well-known Melbourne identity, Clint has a background in finance, fitness and aged care. With a broad range of interests, Clint can relate to, and understand, the needs of most Australian men. He joins the Board with a focus on developing programs that give men – and women – opportunities to think beyond the confines of the day to day drudgery of modern life.
Clint has worked as a Chartered Accountant, Marketing Manager of Mushroom Records and owned a number of health clubs. He currently owns Australia’s largest labour supply company, providing Wellbeing staff to Aged Care homes.
Barry Judd is a descendent of the Pitjantjatjara people of north-west South Australia, British immigrants and Afghan cameleers. He is a leading Australian scholar on the Aboriginal participation in Australian sports. He has been awarded a number of category one research grants from the Australian Research Council (ARC) and is published widely. His research interest straddles several disciplines including history, sociology, political science, public policy and environmental science. Barry also has a deep interest in the ethical frameworks that govern and direct research engagements with Indigenous peoples. Barry has an outstanding record of scholarly publication that includes one monograph and two edited book volumes.
Rob is driven by a love of social enterprise, community and technology. With a background in psychology and marketing, he has a passion for social responsibility in business which began well over 30 years ago with his family’s operation of The Body Shop in Australia and New Zealand. His work in various social enterprise and technology initiatives draws experience from the Wise Foundation which established The Big Issue, Buffed and the Wise Barista Program.
Rob believes in good people coming together to achieve great things and takes pride in the strength of relationships and the energy and enthusiasm that surrounds a shared sense of purpose.