Our Board

Anne Maree Daly – Chair

Anne was elected Chair of the Board in December 2019 and has sat on our Board since May 2011. She has a BSc from UNSW, a Grad. Dip. in Occupational Therapy from the Cumberland College of Health Sciences, and Cert IV in Frontline Management. She worked in the disability sector for 40 years in Public Health, Department of Education and non-government organisations.

Prior to retiring in May 2018 Anne worked for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance (formerly the Spastic Centre) for 30 years initially as an Occupational Therapist and Family Support worker. She was then the manager of Central Coast services for Cerebral Palsy Alliance and was responsible for the implementation of services in accordance with the new funding model of the NDIS. She has served on the Executive of numerous local community bodies including Technical Aids for the Disabled, Gosford Occasional Child Care, local schools and sporting bodies. She was a former director of Fairhaven between 1985 and 1987 and is the sister of a Fairhaven resident.

Jenni Allen – Director/Deputy Chair

Jenni has worked in the not-for-profit sector for the last 20 years. She has been aAdssi Home Living Australia since 2004 as Chief Executive Officer (since 2010), previously as Finance Operations Manager. 

Jenni has a Master of Business Administration from the University of New England, Master of Commerce (Professional Accounting) – University of New England.


Jenni is Director/Member on the Risk and Finance Committee for Community Options Australia, a Director with
Aged and Community Services NSW & ACT, a
Member/Chair on the Central Coast Local Health District Community and Consumer Advisory Committee and a Member/Chair on the Aged and Community Services NSW & ACT Community Advisory Committee.

 

Ian Winn – Director

Ian is a former CEO with more than 15 years in senior leadership roles in high growth companies, working with a range of boards, founders, and private equity.

Ian has spent a considerable part of his career in the franchising industry. Most recently he was CEO of Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers, a franchised mortgage broking business. Before Smartline, he held senior roles at Oporto, Sumo Salad and Yum! Brands.

Earlier in his career, he trained as an accountant at Coopers and Lybrand (now part of PWC) and then spent 10 years at Unilever.

Ian is also a non-executive director of BlueWave Living, a not-for-profit aged care organisation on the Central Coast.

Ian is a CPA, holds a Master of Management from MGSM and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.

Tony Anderson – Director

Until November 2014, Tony was the CEO of Inala, a disability organisation in Cherrybrook, Sydney. He was previously the General Manager, ANZ Professional Division of Kimberly Clark Australia and has extensive experience and qualifications in marketing, leadership and general management. Tony was Interim CEO of Fairhaven Services from July 2016 to January 2017.

Monique Cardon – CEO/Non-voting Director

Monique was appointed as CEO of Fairhaven in January 2017. She has over 25 years’ experience in the not for profit sector at the senior level, and has worked across children’s services, aged care, disability services and volunteering, as well as providing consultancy services through her own business.

Monique holds a Masters of Business Administration from Southern Cross University, and has significant governance experience from her involvement on a range of community Boards. She is an active Rotarian through the Rotary Club of Gosford City.

Rhonda Wheatley FCPA, Director/Finance Committee Chair

Rhonda was appointed as Director in June 2019 and Finance Committee Chair in July 2019. For the past 30 years she has worked in the private and public sectors including NFP public sector entities as Director Corporate Services, CFO and/or CEO.

Rhonda’s finance career commenced in manufacturing and progressed across major public sector organisations such as the Ethnic Affairs Commission of NSW, Sydney Catchment Authority, the Library Council of NSW, incorporating the Mitchell Library and the Library Trust, the Sydney Opera House Trust, the Public Service Commission of NSW, the NSW Department of Education and was the CEO of the Administration of Norfolk Island. She was awarded NSW Public Sector CPA of the year in 2003 for her significant contribution toward improving governance and the financial management of public sector organisations within NSW. 

Rhonda has a Bachelor of Business from Western Sydney University, a Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management and holds Fellow CPA status with CPA Australia where she has been elected by her peers to represent members on CPA’s NSW Divisional Council, Chair of the Public Sector Committee and is currently a member of the CPA’s Third Age Group.

Margaret Twyman – Director

Margaret Twyman has recently retired from practice as a Solicitor Advocate specialising in the Criminal Justice System as both Prosecutor and Defence Counsel for over 30 years. Margaret had a particular interest in advocating for clients with mental health/disability issues. She joined the Board of Fairhaven in March 2012 and has a keen understanding of providing service to the community of people with a disability.

Anne Maree Daly – Chair

Anne was elected Chair of the Board in December 2019. Anne was elected to the Board in May 2011. She has a BSc from UNSW, a Grad. Dip. in Occupational Therapy from the Cumberland College of Health Sciences, and Cert IV in Frontline Management. She worked in the disability sector for 40 years in Public Health, Department of Education and non-government organisations.

Prior to retiring in May 2018 Anne worked for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance (formerly the Spastic Centre) for 30 years initially as an Occupational Therapist and Family Support worker. She was then the manager of Central Coast services for Cerebral Palsy Alliance and was responsible for the implementation of services in accordance with the new funding model of the NDIS. She has served on the Executive of numerous local community bodies including Technical Aids for the Disabled, Gosford Occasional Child Care, local schools and sporting bodies. She was a former director of Fairhaven between 1985 and 1987 and is the sister of a Fairhaven resident.

Ian Winn – Director

Ian is a former CEO with more than 15 years in senior leadership roles in high growth companies, working with a range of boards, founders, and private equity.

Ian has spent a considerable part of his career in the franchising industry. Most recently he was CEO of Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers, a franchised mortgage broking business. Before Smartline, he held senior roles at Oporto, Sumo Salad and Yum! Brands.

Earlier in his career, he trained as an accountant at Coopers and Lybrand (now part of PWC) and then spent 10 years at Unilever.

Ian is also a non-executive director of BlueWave Living, a not-for-profit aged care organisation on the Central Coast.

Ian is a CPA, holds a Master of Management from MGSM and graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.

Tony Anderson – Director

Until November 2014, Tony was the CEO of Inala, a disability organisation in Cherrybrook, Sydney. He was previously the General Manager, ANZ Professional Division of Kimberly Clark Australia and has extensive experience and qualifications in marketing, leadership and general management. Tony was Interim CEO of Fairhaven Services from July 2016 to January 2017.

Monique Cardon – CEO/Non-voting Director

Monique was appointed as CEO of Fairhaven in January 2017. She has over 25 years’ experience in the not for profit sector at the senior level, and has worked across children’s services, aged care, disability services and volunteering, as well as providing consultancy services through her own business.

Monique holds a Masters of Business Administration from Southern Cross University, and has significant governance experience from her involvement on a range of community Boards. She is an active Rotarian through the Rotary Club of Gosford City.

Rhonda Wheatley FCPA, Director/Finance Committee Chair

Rhonda was appointed as Director in June 2019 and Finance Committee Chair in July 2019. For the past 30 years she has worked in the private and public sectors including NFP public sector entities as Director Corporate Services, CFO and/or CEO.

Rhonda’s finance career commenced in manufacturing and progressed across major public sector organisations such as the Ethnic Affairs Commission of NSW, Sydney Catchment Authority, the Library Council of NSW, incorporating the Mitchell Library and the Library Trust, the Sydney Opera House Trust, the Public Service Commission of NSW, the NSW Department of Education and was the CEO of the Administration of Norfolk Island. She was awarded NSW Public Sector CPA of the year in 2003 for her significant contribution toward improving governance and the financial management of public sector organisations within NSW. 

Rhonda has a Bachelor of Business from Western Sydney University, a Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management and holds Fellow CPA status with CPA Australia where she has been elected by her peers to represent members on CPA’s NSW Divisional Council, Chair of the Public Sector Committee and is currently a member of the CPA’s Third Age Group.

Jenni Allen – Director/Deputy Chair

Jenni has worked in the not-for-profit sector for the last 20 years. She has been aAdssi Home Living Australia since 2004 as Chief Executive Officer (since 2010), previously as Finance Operations Manager. 

Jenni has a Master of Business Administration from the University of New England, Master of Commerce (Professional Accounting) – University of New England.


Jenni is Director/Member on the Risk and Finance Committee for Community Options Australia, a Director with
Aged and Community Services NSW & ACT, a
Member/Chair on the Central Coast Local Health District Community and Consumer Advisory Committee and a Member/Chair on the Aged and Community Services NSW & ACT Community Advisory Committee.

 

Margaret Twyman – Director

Margaret Twyman has recently retired from practice as a Solicitor Advocate specialising in the Criminal Justice System as both Prosecutor and Defence Counsel for over 30 years. Margaret had a particular interest in advocating for clients with mental health/disability issues. She joined the Board of Fairhaven in March 2012 and has a keen understanding of providing service to the community of people with a disability.

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