Relationships Australia WA is pleased to announce the appointment of Luke McNiece and Wayne Nannup to the board of directors.
Luke and Wayne commenced their position in August 2022 and bring a wealth of experience and a wide range of industry knowledge to the leading not-for-profit organisation.
Welcoming Luke and Wayne to the Board, Relationships Australia WA President Chris Lewis said their skill and experience will be an asset to the organisation.
“Their professional experience is well-suited to support the advancement of our dynamic organisation, as we continue to provide support services to the WA community.”
“I look forward to working with Luke and Wayne and the rest of our Board members to continue our success in the coming years,” said Mr Lewis.
Wayne is currently Chief Executive Officer of the Aboriginal Housing Recovery Centre Limited and Chairperson of the Institute of Indigenous Wellbeing and Sport WA.
He has more than 25 years experience in the private and not-for profit sectors and is currently focussed on major issues including homelessness, safe housing for people suffering abuse, youth mental health.
The Relationships Australia WA Board is also delighted to reappoint Luke after his previous term, from 2013 – 2019.
Luke is currently the CFO of a tyre wholesale business, as well as a Board member of Sock it to Sarcoma.
He has held executive leadership roles in operations and finances in the retail, consulting, financial services and for purpose sectors.
About Relationships Australia WA
For almost 70 years Relationships Australia WA has been providing relationship support services for individuals, couples, families and communities.
We are a non-profit community service organisation with no religious affiliations. We tailor our services to your needs, to support you through times of challenge and change.
We are committed to enhancing the lives of communities, families and individuals and supporting positive and respectful relationships. We are part of the federated national organisation Relationships Australia, which has autonomous member organisations in every State and Territory plus a national office in Canberra.