Company Members

Community Housing Central Australia is an independent, not for profit, company limited by guarantee. Community Housing is governed by our constitution and managed by a Board of Directors who are appointed and nominated by the following Company Members:

 

TANGENTYERE COUNCIL

Founding Member

CENTRAL LAND COUNCIL

Ordinary Member

HEALTHABITAT O/S Ltd

Ordinary Member

MLCS CORPORATE

Ordinary Member

BOARD AND EXECUTIVE

Community Housing has an experienced skills based Board of Directors. As the Founding Member, Tangentyere Council’s Executive Committee (made up by the 16 Town Camp Presidents) appoint five Directors to the board, with remaining Directors elected at the AGM. For a full list of current Directors please see our last Annual Report.

David Avery

David Avery

Chairperson
David has been practising as a Barrister and Solicitor since 1971 in the Northern Territory.

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Barb McKenna

Barb McKenna

Barb brings 35 years of experience in social housing in both government and not for profit sectors. Throughout her career, Barb has worked in a...

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Patrick McDonald

Patrick McDonald

Patrick is an accountant who trained at the University of Adelaide where he completed a Bachelor of Economics with Honours and a Bachelor of...

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Roz Marden

Roz Marden

Roz worked at the Tangentyere Council for 23 years as accountant and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to that, Roz gained experience in a number of...

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David Donald

David Donald

David is an architect working in a private practice based in Newcastle NSW. He formerly managed the Housing Division of Tangentyere Council prior to...

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Eileen Hoosan

Eileen Hoosan

Eileen is a long term resident of Mt Nancy Town Camp in Alice Springs. She is a member of the Executive of the Tangentyere Council and has been a...

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Peter Marin

Peter Marin

Peter has over 20 years experience working with Aboriginal people, previously working for the Indigenous Land Corporation assisting groups in...

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Shirleen Campbell

Shirleen Campbell

Shirleen is a proud Warlpiri and Arrernte woman and a third generation resident of Hoppy’s Town Camp in Alice Springs. Shirleen is also the...

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