Susan Lindsay dressed in a dark top.

Susan Lindsay, President

Susan is an experienced HR professional with capability in all aspects of HR. Susan has a proven track record for developing successful solutions and delivering outcomes. Coming from an old school industrial relations background, she made the transition to a more generalist HR approach when she wanted to know “how things ended” after going 10 rounds in the relevant Tribunal, recognising litigation is symptomatic of a greater problem.

She is passionate about leadership & culture frameworks and how they support employee engagement and ultimately the successful implementation of a business’ strategic plan. Susan’s career spans 25 years and includes private and public sector in employer associations, health, waste management and education. She is currently completing her MBA and is an ex officio committee member for two Board sub committees. Susan provides strategic HR advice to CEOs and Boards and is responsible for the recruitment of governance officers. Susan is also committed to providing a balanced and commercial view to corporate governance.

In her spare time, Susan is a single mum to two teenagers, two moody cats and 1 overly excited border collie. Susan volunteers at ParkRun, is a volunteer Technical Officer 1 for Triathlon Qld and a volunteer Foundation Coach at Energy Lab Triathlon (focusing on swim technique and strength). She is currently training for a coastal mountain ultra-marathon (125kms in 3 stages) in the Knoydart Penisula in the West Highlands of Scotland – pending COVID international travel rules.

Shayne Rudd in the USQ Radio Studios holding a takeaway coffee.

Shayne Rudd, Secretary

Coming from a background in sales and marketing, Shayne found her passion for producing and creating radio content.

Shayne has volunteered in community radio for almost 6 years.

She also started co-hosting a disability sports show and grew to hosting. Shayne also is producing a morning show on Phoenix Radio.

Shayne has a love for community and creating a place where everyone feels like they can truly come home to.

Community is the most powerful thing.

Joe Gamblin, Vice President

Chief Executive Officer at Horizon Foundation

James Davis, Treasurer

Senior Lecturer, STEM and Entrepreneurial Education at Queensland University of Technology

Robin de Moor

Highly experienced Strategic Commercial, Contracts and Procurement Manager with over thirty years’ experience in industry spanning Solar Farms (Renewable Energy), Defence, Medical, Manufacturing, Construction, Education and Mining.

Paul Price standing with a blue shirt and tan jacket.

Paul Price

Paul is totally blind and has been since birth. He started volunteering at the Reading Radio in April 1999. Paul is currently a technical producer one day per week and fills in on other days when required. He also undertakes on-air shifts when required,

Paul was voted on to the Reading Radio board at the 2004/2005 Annual General Meeting, stepping down in 2013 due to personal circumstances, and I was re-elected in 2016. Paul is currently Vice President of RPH Australia board, Vice-coordinator Blind Citizens Australia Brisbane Branch, and was president and committee member the Queensland Blind Cricket Association committee.

He is also chair of the new volunteer and programming committee at the station and a member of the new governance committee. Paul has a Bachelor of Information Technology at Griffith University and a Certificate 4 in I.T. Client Service.

Paul has a cat named Jill, and in his spare time, loves to go camping and four-wheel driving with his wife. They are members of the Caloundra City Four Wheel Drive Club. His other interests include Radio, Computers, and Music

Jen Brennen

Worked in media for over 25 years. Currently a Senior Executive with ABC Radio. Responsible for 11 radio stations across QLD including 612 ABC Brisbane.