As a qualified accountant with over 40 years of knowledge acquired in the finance and banking industries, along with skills gained in his own management and financial consultancy, Henri provides invaluable leadership and support to both the Board and Executive of CURA In-Home Care.
Henri admits to deriving a great deal of personal satisfaction working with like-minded people in the support of the elderly in the West Australian community.
Ray’s executive background in both the Federal and State Public Service, as well as private enterprise provides CURA In-Home Care with an abundance of knowledge in areas of good corporate governance.
His 12 years as a Member of the WA State Parliament also provides immeasurable experience in the understanding and interaction with policy makers.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants, a board member of RSL Aged Care and a member of the Advisory Board of Constitution Centre of WA.
Perth born and raised, Jacqui has over 20 years’ experience in business management, community services, training and evaluation. Jacqui brings to Cura an in-depth knowledge of the local and national ageing and aged care sector particularly in the areas of management and leadership, policy, compliance and best-practice. She is the Director of Consultivation, an authorised Marriage Celebrant, wife and mother.
Marjorie was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands but has spent nearly all her life in Australia, now living in Perth. After training as a primary school teacher, Marjorie’s career path was interrupted by the birth and upbringing of her four children who are now grown with children of their own – 11 of them.
Instead of returning to teaching Marjorie worked for Australia Post, the Department of Defence in civilian and military roles, and is currently an Assistant Director at the National Archives of Australia where she leads the Perth reference team, providing reading room and remote reference assistance to researchers from all over Australia, and indeed the world.
As she approaches her senior years Marjorie has begun to reconnect with her Dutch heritage. She looks forward to being able to use some of her years of acquired experience to support CURA In-Home Care.
I was born in the Netherlands and migrated with my parents and siblings in 1952. My parents and two of my siblings have since returned to the Netherlands.
I have 5 children from my first marriage three girls and 2 boys and remarried in 1997 and have 3 step children .
I initially worked as a primary school teacher in the public sector for many years, but changed to a Business college teaching Bookkeeping and Office Procedures.
My work history changed due to my studies and I worked as an Assistant Accountant for a large Perth Company for 13 years and then as a Financial controller and Administration Manager for a Printing company for about 20 years.
Cura has given me a new challenge which I hope I can achieve.
I was appointed to the CURA Board in May 2019 following a short period as an honorary Board member.
I bring to the Board extensive experience, knowledge and skills from my career in the Local and State government sectors of WA, mainly in the corporate and/or financial services areas. I am now retired after 11 years at the Shire of Mundaring and 30 years previously in State Government agencies such as Office of Energy, State Treasury, Premier's Department, Office of Public Sector Standards and Ombudsman's Office including some time in Ministerial Offices. I hold a Bachelor of Business Degree in Accounting and I am a member of other not for profit boards outside of this sector.
Whilst I have limited background in the aged care sector, I am committed to contributing to the community through the use of my strong experience and knowledge in finance, governance, human resources, information technology, information management and strategic planning at both State and Local Government levels which I believes will assist the Board and CURA to become an even stronger organisation.
Zoe’s professional experience has been built in roles in private and government agencies in the UK, Melbourne and Perth. Since 2011, she has worked for the Department of Education in Perth in a range of policy, governance and human resources roles. Zoe is committed to contributing to community and has been the legal guardian of an older person with a decision-making disability.
Zoe enjoys spending her free time finding joy on long, fun walks with her family and her dog.