RANZCR is a clinician led organisation and the Board of Directors is the overarching governing body. The Board has responsibility and oversight of:
The College Board has eight members comprising:
Front row, L-R: Dr Brigid Hickey, Dr Lance Lawler, Prof Vin MassaroBack row, L-R: A/Prof Dion Forstner, Dr Gabriel Lau, Dr Peter Prattan, Prof John Slavotinek (not present: Dr Yvonne Ho)
The College’s structure also includes:
L-R: A/Prof Dinesh Varma, Ms Jacqui Gibson, Dr Lance Lawler, Prof John Slavotinek, Dr Meredith Thomas, Clin. A/Prof Sanjay Jeganathan, Dr Katherine O'Connor, Dr Catherine Mandel, Dr Anthony Cardin, Dr Rajiv Rattan, Prof Alan Coulthard, Dr Gerard Goh (not present: A/Prof Ross O'Neil)
L-R: A/Prof Farshad Foroudi, Dr Nicholas Bucknell, A/Prof Margot Lehman, Dr Vanessa Estall, A/Prof Tom Shakespeare, A/Prof Sandra Turner, Ms Lee Hunt, Prof Michael Poulsen, A/Prof Dion Forstner, Dr Ziad Thotathil, Prof Liz Kenny, Dr Johann Tang, Dr Keen-Hun Tai, Dr Carol Johnson, A/Prof Raphael Chee, Dr Madhavi Chilkuri
The Senior Management Team is responsible for overseeing the College’s operations.
Natalia holds the degrees of Bachelor of Business Management and Master of Social Development, is an Associate Fellow of the Australian College of Health Service Management and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has a strong background of management experience across public sector, health, charity and member-based not-for-profit organisations. Natalia’s vision for the College is as an agile expert-based organisation which works in partnership with consumers. Natalia joined in 2009 and has been heading the College since 2013.
Mark has held several high-level positions in international peak membership bodies overseeing policy, strategy, regulation and government affairs, and has wide ranging experience of policy development and implementation. His qualifications include a BSc Economics, MSc in Politics and Governance and certificate in leadership development. Prior to specialising in policy and advocacy, Mark worked as an optometrist, delivering front line care for over 10 years. Mark is responsible for the development and implementation of the strategy, policies and programs determined by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council. Mark was appointed in 2014.
Linda has a diverse finance background in senior finance roles with almost 30 years’ experience. These have been across various industries including Insurance, Finance and Manufacturing. Linda’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Business (Accounting). Linda is responsible for providing financial leadership for all the College entities in Australia and New Zealand. Linda joined in October 2011 in the role of Senior Finance Officer and has been heading the Finance team since October 2013.
Pamela has worked in marketing for a number of years with educational and/or not-for-profit organisations. She has an Advanced Diploma in Business Management and a Graduate Certificate in Change Management, and in 2014 was a finalist as the Australian Institute Management, Not-For-Profit Manager of the Year. Pamela has been with the College since 2002 with primary responsibility for leading and coordinating the College’s Member Engagement and Services Unit programs. As Head of Specialty Training, Pamela is responsible for the College’s clinical radiology and radiation oncology training programs and associated examinations and assessments. Pamela was appointed to the Head of Specialty Training in 2015, previously holding the Head of Member Engagement role from 2009.
Craig has over 20 years’ experience working for professional services organisations with experience bridging information technology, business strategy, change management, operations and leadership, enterprise and solutions architecture, and application development. He has designed and implemented many complex business system strategies and architectures throughout Australia and New Zealand, UK and Europe. Over the past four years, Craig is Head of IT for RANZCR, he is responsible for providing IT leadership and co-ordination for all college IT functions. He supports the CEO in translating and realising business strategies and objectives into tangible IT initiatives. Craig was also a shortlisted nominee for the 2016 CIO50 Australia and named in the 2017 CIO100 New Zealand. Craig was appointed in 2014.
Shona joined the College in May 2018 having formerly held executive posts with Federal and State Government and non-government healthcare agencies. Her experience includes strategic and operational planning, government relations, integrated healthcare, quality improvement, and research and evaluation. She has a Doctor of Philosophy and Master’s Degree in Public Health Research, with undergraduate qualifications as an Exercise Physiologist. Shona is responsible for establishing and renewing professional and practice standards for the College, in addition to supporting members through the professional development program which ensures members meet the requirements for Australian/New Zealand Medical Board/Council registration.
The College’s Annual Report is published in September each year prior to the Annual General Meeting, which is held in October at the Annual Scientific Meeting.
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