|Rhylla Webb (Chairperson)
Rhylla Webb’s career in nursing spanned four decades during which she has worked closely with the rural and remote communities of Queensland, leading service reform and service redevelopment. Rhylla also has extensive experience in senior nursing roles where she has supported the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community in collaboration with the Indigenous elders. Rhylla practices her faith at the Anglican Parish of Keppel.
Alan Larsen was born in Whakatane, New Zealand. His professional life started in forestry consultancy, a role that led him to participate in and lead projects in New Zealand, Australia, and the Pacific islands, working with international government and private sector investment clients.In 2000 he migrated to Australia with his family, to build a career in financial planning in Rockhampton. He is now managing director of financial planning practices in Rockhampton and Gladstone. Since 2009, he has been a member of the Central Queensland Anglican Diocese finance and property committee.
Steven Deaves is a Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland. Steven’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws, and he is a Justice of the Peace. Steven worked as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court Queensland for eighteen years, and is a member of the Bar Association of Queensland.
Angela Watson has been financial supervisor at CS Energy, based in the Callide region, since May 2012. She has previously worked for CQUniversity, CITEC, CB Richard Ellis and Flight Centre, and has a background of helping businesses improve financial forecasting, budgeting and reporting, and critically analyse current business practices.As well as her role on the AnglicareCQ Board of Directors, Angela is an associate member of Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a member of Enterprise Biloela, the Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network and the Women on Boards Association.Angela has a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University and is a qualified Certified Practicing Accountant. Angela was selected as one of CPA Australia’s Young Leaders for the year 2013. In 2014 Angela was awarded the Governance Institute’s Chant Legacy Scholarship for postgraduate study, and she is enrolled in Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance.
Alison has had a successful and extensive career in the aged care industry. She has been Chief Executive Officer for Benevolent Aged Care since 2003, and has led the organisation through major change management and capital redevelopment projects. Alison has an Advanced Diploma of Management, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ course, and holds a Fellowship with the Australian Institute of Management. Alison’s previous roles include positions in quality management and nursing. Alison has been active in the aged care sector and has held previous committee positions in both the CQ Regional Leading Aged Services Australia group and the Benevolent Aged Care Board.