CHAIRMAN: Mr Peter Seldon, Assoc Dip Acc
Mr. Seldon is a Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years. His career has seen him work for some of the largest global banks and during that time he has worked in domestic and International equities, derivatives, foreign exchange and fixed interest. Across his career Peter has also established the equity derivatives and options market making business for a mid-tier broking firm, was a swap and bond repo trader for a Global Investment Bank and has held the role of Head of Rate Derivative operations. Peter is currently responsible for domestic bond trading for Morgan Stanley’s Wealth Management business. Peter has been an enthusiastic fundraiser and supporter for numerous children’s charities and brings those skills, as well as business acumen, to the Board.
TREASURER: Mr Alex Rummery, BSc (HONS) (Econ&Acc), ACMA, CPA, ATI, MAICD
Mr Rummery is a qualified accountant with over 20 years’ experience across various organisations in the UK, the Middle East and Australia. His experience encompasses both public and private sector entities and he specialises in business process and system improvements to enable businesses to leverage their full potential. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, CPA Australia, The Tax
Institute and the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has additional qualifications in Treasury and Risk Management.
SECRETARY: Mrs Sue Park, M.Sp.Path.,(UQ) B.Sp.Thy.,(UQ) MSPA
Ms Park is a Speech Pathologist, founding Director of Speech Language & Learning (Private Practice); co-founder of Language & Learning Steps (App Development); and of Language Literacy Learning (certified language training provider) who has a long history with Speech & Language Development Australia as a previous employee in speech pathology and management roles. She has over 40 years’ experience, including her research-based Masters of Speech Pathology, investigating treatment for childhood dyspraxia at Glenleighden. She is co-leader for Queensland Private Practice members of Speech Pathology Australia. Sue has a passion for supporting children with speech and Language Disorders and has
served on the Board of Directors of since August 2015.
Mrs Andria Wyman-Clarke, BA (HONS), MBA
Andria Wyman-Clarke has been a Human Resources executive for over 25 years in various industries, including mining, automobile, retail, pharmaceutical, defence and aeronautics. Recently she founded Job Toolbox, a Human Resources consultancy, which focuses on career development for individuals. She has strong experience in all aspects of Human Resources, including culture change, organisational design and
mergers & acquisitions. As a child, Andria had a speech impairment, which meant that no one could understand her so she has first-hand understanding of the impact of Language Disorder on a young child and the need for specialised therapy and schools. She is committed to the success of SALDA.
Mr Brett Skyring, BAdmin, M.Env.C.H., G.D.U.R.P.
With more than 30 years in business and team leadership across multiple industries, Brett has extensive skills in identifying capabilities of staff and project partners, new opportunities to learn and create mentor/ mentee opportunities, and continuously improve operational processes to reduce workloads, improve efficiencies and reduce costs. Brett holds a Bachelor of Administration with a major in Human Resources and Training, a Masters of Environmental and Community Health, a Graduate Diploma Urban and Regional Planning, combined with qualifications as a Company Director (AICD). Brett owns and operates a private project management and urban planning business and is currently working with the state government in delivery of the LandCentre Relocation Project (400+ staff relocating to three sites in Brisbane). Brett has specific interest and experience in innovative customer/ community engagement techniques, and new service delivery models.
Professor Sheena Reilly, B.App.Sc. Phd. MSPA
Professor Reilly is Pro Vice Chancellor of the Health Group at Griffith University. She brings to the Board her strengths as a teacher, clinician and researcher, enabling her to play a key role in driving SALDA’s strategic direction to ensure we deliver on SALDA’s vision and mission. Formerly, Sheena was Director of the Menzies Health Institute Queensland (2015-2016) and at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Victoria she was Associate Director of Clinical and Public Health (2010-2015) and led the Hearing, Language and Literacy group (1999-2015).
Professor Reilly is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, the Australian Academy of Social Sciences, the UK Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and of Speech Pathology Australia. She is an Honorary Research Fellow with the Australian Stuttering Research Centre, University of Sydney and Visiting Professor, Neurosciences Unit, Institute of Child Health (ICH), University of London. Professor Reilly received her B.App.Sc (Speech & Hearing) from Curtin University and a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, University of London. She
worked as a postdoctoral researcher and clinician at the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, London, before returning to Australia in 1999 and establishing a research program focused on childhood language and literacy problems.