Our Board

Boyne Alley

Chairman since 2009.

Background:

Boyne has held senior management and board positions with Myer over 25 years, was a Chief General Manager of the State Bank of Victoria, held the senior finance, IT and administrative position in World Vision Australia and was an international Vice President of World Vision International. He has lectured in finance at the Mt Eliza Business School, and in governance and law for a number of other professional bodies. He is the former president of the Victorian Division of CPA Australia and a past deputy president of CPA Australia. Currently he is the Treasurer of Melbourne Citymission Inc., Treasurer of Light FM Inc, Chair of Trans World Radio. He attends North Balwyn Baptist, is married to Rosalind and has 3 daughters.

Bryan Quinn

Board member since 2016.

Background:

Barry McWha

Board member since 2009.

Background:

Barry trained as a primary school teacher and taught in Victoria and Papua New Guinea before being ordained to ministry with the Baptist Church. He served churches in Victoria, Papua New Guinea and South Australia. From 1997 – 2008 he led the chaplaincy team at the Village Baxter. He has completed post-graduate studies in ageing and pastoral studies. He currently serves part-time as Pastor to Seniors in a local Baptist church.

Ron Crosling

Director since 2009.

Background:

Prior to retiring, Ron was a management consultant in a variety of enterprises across all sectors of industry – in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. His focus was organisational improvement through leadership, governance and process management.Ron has also held senior management positions in Australian manufacturing industry.Ron and his wife Gabrielle have lived in the Frankston area for nearly twenty years. They have an extended family that includes eight grand-children.

Betty Howarth

Director since 2012.

Background:

Betty is a Registered Nurse and worked at the Village in a variety of positions over many years. Betty was Director of Nursing/ Care Manager prior to her retirement in 2009. Betty has a been involved in a number of private business ventures with her husband and has a varied range of experiences to contribute to the overall governance of the Village through the Board.