The Alfred Foundation Board
Responsiveness along with sound and transparent decisions are key principles in The Alfred Foundation's governance process.
Sir Rod Eddington is Chair of The Alfred Foundation Board.
Dr Ravi Bhatia is a well known and successful Indian-Australian business executive in technology and related services sector in Australia.
Greta Bradman is a registered psychologist, researcher, writer, broadcaster, and performing artist.
For over 30 years Anthony has guided the communications and commercial rights strategies of Cricket Australia, the AFL, NRL, MCC and many other large brands.
Allan is the Chief Executive Officer of Bulla Dairy Foods - an iconic Australian family owned dairy company, which has been operating for more than 108 years.
For over 20 years, Meg has worked for some of Australia's largest media organisations including Austereo, the Seven Network and Macquarie Media, establishing and managing integrated marketing teams in the media industry.
Chris Nolan joined Starcom in 2005 in Melbourne as Managing Director and in 2009 was elevated to CEO across the national Starcom MediaVest network.
Nicholas O’Donohue (Nick) is Managing Director, Morgan & Griffin, a residential and retail development and management company working in Victoria and Queensland.
Tony Phillips was appointed Chief Marketing Officer at News Corp Australia in June 2016; responsible for News Corp Australia’s national marketing initiatives.
Rob’s background has been a lifelong career at senior levels in the automotive industry, in both wholesale and retail environments, where he is still involved on a part-time consultancy basis.
Most commonly known as a former Australian Test cricketer, Andrew Paul Sheahan has a long and decorated history in both sport and education.
Chair of the Women@TheAlfred.
Alan retired from Coles Myer in October 2003 after a career which spanned over 40 years.
The Victorian Melanoma Service (VMS) at The Alfred was founded 25 years ago as the state’s first and only comprehensive multidisciplinary service for people with melanoma. Our team is globally renowned for its expertise in enhancing detection and improving patient outcomes in Australia whereone person is diagnosed with melanoma every half an hour*.
In 2020, thanks to the generous decision made by Brian Jenkins to include a gift of $500,000 in his Will, The Alfred was able to establish The Jenkins Fellowship for Lymphoma – one of four fellowships in our clinical haematology department dedicated to finding new treatments and therapies for people living with blood disorders.