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our board of directors

The Board of Directors of Multicap Tasmania, with their diverse backgrounds and experience, play a critical role in governing the organisation, particularly during a time of significant changes in the sector that affect our operations.
The decisions made by the Board have enabled Multicap Tasmania to remain a thriving and expanding provider in the new NDIS environment and they deserve recognition for their unwavering support of our organisation.

Bruce Cameron
Board President and Quality and Safeguarding Committee Chair
Board Member since 2018

Bruce had a career within the Tasmanian Department of Education, where he undertook a number of senior appointments including as a principal and in regional and state-wide leadership roles. 
Bruce has worked with a range of ages and abilities of people and brings to the Board a valuable insight into the importance of ongoing learning and working with others to bring about positive and effective change. 
His particular interest in Board involvement is to ensure that people associated with Multicap Tasmania can be supported to achieve their potential.

Dr Frank Reynolds
Board Director
Board Member since 2013

Frank has recently retired as general practitioner and has practiced in Burnie for more than 30 years. He has cared for a large number of patients with disabilities and has looked after a number of residents at Panorama before its transformation into a respite venue and community hub.

Frank is keenly interested in supporting the rights and welfare of people with disabilities and welcomes the opportunity to influence Board decisions that affect their health and quality of life.

Cheryl Gray
Board Director
Board Member since 2023

Cheryl is a global marketing professional with 20 years of experience working internationally for large telecommunications companies. 


Having returned recently to Australia to reside in Tasmania, she is able to provide the Multicap Tasmania team with advice and guidance on best practice marketing, brand and corporate reputation management. 

She has considerable corporate governance and commercial experience having run large divisions with revenue and P&L responsibility. 

She is currently working with Australia's leading E-Commerce Exporter, @Scoot Boots, advising their global marketing and expansion plans, and is a Committee Member for the @UTAS Human Research Ethics Committee. 

A proud Kamiliaro woman and mother, Cheryl also runs a hobby farm in the Northwest and enjoys gardening, cooking and enjoying the Tasmanian outdoors.

Jane Wardlaw
Board Director
Board Member since 2022

Jane is a disability advocate and consultant in private practice, working towards influencing policy and practices that promote the human rights of disabled people.


 Jane is currently a higher degree research candidate exploring the right to self-determination in disability policy and practice, particularly the National Disability Insurance Scheme.  She is also a causal academic at the University of Tasmania occasionally teaching or facilitating workshops concerning contemporary disability practices.  Jane has extensive experience from working for all levels of government across Australia, including working for the National Disability Insurance Agency during its trial phase in its first implementation year.  She has also worked for the state government rolling out a disability arts program until she went into the business working for people transitioning into the NDIS before pursuing an academic career.


 Presently, Jane is a member of the Minister’s Disability Consultative Group and the Primary Health Tasmania’s enhancement project for intellectual disability advisory group.  

Paul Smith
Vice President and Finance Committee Chair
Board Member since 2011

Paul worked at Forestry Tasmania for over 38 years with extensive experience in field operations at a senior management level. Paul joined the Board of Multicap Tasmania following his retirement from full time work in order to contribute to society.

Paul brings a wide range of experience to the Board including financial management, WH&S and corporate governance. Paul’s key objective at the moment is to facilitate a more strategic approach by the Multicap Tasmania Board. 

Glenda Scaddan
Board Director
Board Member since 2009

Glenda has had prior experiences in the Building and Construction industry, Dental Health and as an electorate officer for the Braddon Federal member Sid Sidebottom. 

Glenda holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tasmania. Possessing a keen interest in service provision – post 27 years of full time caring for her profoundly disabled daughter – Glenda’s drive is to help improve and sustain Multicap Tasmania’s role in the disability sector as the NDIS shapes our future.

Joel Wallace
Board Director
Board Member since 2022

Joel is Chartered Accountant and Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors with 30 years of commercial experience working with a broad variety of businesses in both the private and public sectors including not for profit where he has worked with community organisations and disability providers.

Joel has a significant amount of experience and a keen interest in the building and construction industry acting as CEO of a Northern Tasmanian based architectural and engineering consultancy who have provided services to the disability sector as well as having an interest in Finance and Corporate Governance through other positions that he has held.  


As a Board Member, he has a particular interesting in being able to assist Multicap Tasmania continue to provide a quality service to all those people it cares for and to strive for ongoing improvement across all parts of the business. 

Diane Ewington
Board Director
Board Member since 2015

Diane brings to the Multicap Board her experience as a parent of a 33 year old with a disability. Her daughter now resides with Multicap Tasmania which provides Diane a valuable perspective and unique insights to the organisation.
In her work life, Diane has worked as a family advocate for the Association for Children with Disability (ACD) and has recently retired from Carer Gateway - Care2Serve to assist family carers with their involvement with NDIS. 
Diane has a strong interest in promoting equity and empowerment for people with disability in an inclusive environment within our community.

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Nancy Swain
Board Director
Board Member since 2023

Nancy joins the Multicap Board as an experienced Executive Manager across a range of sectors within private and not for profit enterprises, most recently with the last four years in the disability sector in Tasmania. 


Her experience includes people leadership and strategy, all facets of human resource management, employee and industrial relations, strategy planning and execution, change management, stakeholder management and risk and compliance.


Supporting this she has qualifications in Human Resources, along with a Masters in Business Administration, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute. 

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Maryanne Young
Board Director
Board Member since 2023

Maryanne is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has over 20 years of experience as a Legal Practitioner both in private practice and a corporate setting. 


She is an experienced Executive Manager with responsibility for Legal, Governance, Risk, Compliance and Strategy functions.


Maryanne is also a skilled facilitator and coach with a passion for transforming business culture and developing future leaders.


Maryanne has spent most of her career working in highly complex, regulated, dynamic and uncertain environments and as a Board Member is keen to bring that experience to help steward Multicap Tasmania through the increasing complexity and uncertainty of its regulatory environment. 

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