Juniper Board

The Board of Juniper takes a progressive approach to its governance role.

The Board sets the strategic direction and overall policy framework within which Executive staff can manage effective operation of care services and related business activities.

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Juniper Board

Mr Fred Boshart
Board Chair

Fred is a Fellow Certified Practising Accountant, Associate of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries and a Registered Builder. He was appointed Chairperson in September 2014 and continues as a member of the Finance and Risk Management Committee, and Building Assets and Infrastructure Committee. He provides advice to the Board on accounting, technical matters in relation to building and development and the Perth property market.

Ms Maree Arnason

An experienced director and senior executive, Maree’s career has spanned 30 years in the resources, energy and manufacturing sectors. Maree is a NED of ASX-listed Sandfire Resources and MZI Resources and a Co-Founder/Director of Energy Access Services, who operate a WA-focused wholesale gas trading platform. An active contributor to the not-for-profit sector for 25 years, Maree is a member of ASIC’s Director Advisory Panel, CEDA’s WA State Advisory Council and Chair of Juniper’s Building Assets and Infrastructure Committee.
Maree is an experienced director and senior executive whose career has spanned 30 years in a diverse range of industries from resources, energy, transport and manufacturing, including directorships of listed and private companies. She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors; a Trustee, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) and was awarded life membership of the Australia China Business Council in 2015. She is Chair of the Juniper Building Assets and Infrastructure Committee.

Dr Arthur Criddle

Arthur is a General Physician and Geriatrician with more than 30 years of experience in looking after people with acute and complex medical problems. He is involved in student training at Notre Dame University and in post graduate physician training. He worked as a Consultant Physician for many years in the Department of Rehabilitation and Aged Care at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, where he served as Head of Department and was a Clinical Services Unit Co-director for the hospital. He currently works at Hollywood Private Hospital. He is a member of the Juniper Client Care Committee.

Rev David de Kock

David has Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Business Administration qualifications and worked in the banking and finance sectors before obtaining a Bachelor of Theology and serving as a Minister of the Word in South Africa and Australia. He was appointed as General Secretary of the WA Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia in 2016 and is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. David’s relationships with the Uniting Church and his practical grasp on contemporary governance makes his contribution to the Juniper Board particularly valuable. He is a member of the Juniper Building Assets and Infrastructure Committee.

Mr Tony Iannello

After a successful career as a senior executive and CEO in financial services and energy, Tony has taken on a number of non-executive directorships, in a broad range of industries and with Companies from family owned to listed ASX. Tony’s skills in strategic leadership, change management, governance and risk management are invaluable to Juniper. He is a member of the Finance and Risk Management Committee.

Mr (Frederick) John Jeffreys

John lives in Bunbury and has formal qualifications and teaching experience in economics and statistics. He is the retired deputy principal of the Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School. John and his wife Kerry are members of St. Augustine’s Uniting Church, Bunbury. He is a member of the Finance and Risk Management Committee.

Ms Mary-Ellen King

Mary-Ellen has 30 years’ experience in a range of senior management and governance roles, including more than seven years in executive roles with not for profit Aged and Community Services organisations. She has an MBA from the Melbourne Business School and is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Currently working in a management consultancy, Mary-Ellen has served on a range of community boards and government advisory panels and is a Director with the Australia Council for the Arts and the Perth International Arts Festival. She is a member of the Juniper Client Care Committee.

Ms Penny Knight

Penny has worked as a Principal Consultant with KPMG London and PWC Hong Kong before returning to Perth to work with the State Treasury and establish a database business. She is currently the Managing Director of consulting firm, BaxterLawley, and the Research Manager of Curtin University’s not-for-profit initiative. Penny’s recent projects include the Disability Services Funded Sector Report, a review of costing and pricing for National Disability Services and an evaluation of the State Government’s reforms in regard to procurement from the Not-for-Profit sector. She is a Chair of the Finance and Risk Management Committee.

Mr Grant Robinson

Grant has more than 37 years of professional experience as a Chartered Accountant and business advisor with KPMG where he was an audit partner involved in a broad range of industries, with a particular focus in the Health, Ageing and Human Services sector. He also has relevant experience as a Board member of numerous organisations including presently the Botanic Gardens & Parks Authority, Perth Festival, Netball WA and North Metropolitan Health Service. Grant’s skills in financial analysis, compliance, governance and risk management along with his sector experience are of great value to Juniper.

Mr Chris Hall AM
Chief Executive Officer

Chris was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer in 2018 and is an ex-officio member of the Board. He has held senior leadership and corporate governance positions for over thirty years in the Australian not-for-profit sector and local government industry at national, state and local levels. He has worked in the community services, health, mental health, disability and aged care sectors. Chris has served on numerous advisory and consultative bodies and committees to federal, state and local governments and on the boards of various not-for-profit organisations. He has tertiary qualifications in business management, social work and the arts and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia WA, and 2009 Churchill Fellow.