Our Board

Find out more about Down Syndrome Australia's Board.
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Independent Director, Deputy Chair

Grant Lindsay

Grant is the Director Business and Strategic Planning for the Association of Independent Schools NT. He was the president of the Down Syndrome Association NT from 2006-2018 and a member of the Down Syndrome Australia board since its inception.

Angus Graham

Chair, Independent Director 

Angus Graham

Angus is Chairman of Down Syndrome Australia as well as CEO of DMP Asset Management. Angus is a father to a young woman with Down syndrome and has been a long-time advocate for people with intellectual disabilities.

Director, Treasurer

David Fuller

David is Chair of Down Syndrome Queensland. He is a Member of Institute of Engineers, Member of Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds an MBA from the Melbourne Business School. He and his wife Annmaree have five children, including their youngest, Sophie with Down Syndrome.

Independent Director 

Claire Mitchell 

Claire Mitchell is an independent director on the Down Syndrome Australia Board, and a member of Down Syndrome Advisory Network. She is passionate about being a voice for people with Down syndrome. Claire believes in having a positive attitude and that the best support outcomes for the Down syndrome community happen when everyone is working together as a team.

Independent Director

Dr Rhonda Faragher

Rhonda is the Deputy Head of the School of Education at the University of Queensland and Director of the Down Syndrome Research Program. She is the Chair of the Down Syndrome Special Interest Research Group of IASSIDD and a board member of the IASSIDD Academy. She is a trustee and board member of Down Syndrome International. She is also She has a daughter with Down syndrome.

Director, Australian Capital Territory

Alicia Flack-Koné

Alicia is an early childhood professional and has extensive experience as a teacher, mentor, professional learning and development officer. She is committed to progressing the aspirations and interests of people with Down syndrome. She has a son with Down syndrome.

Director, Victoria 

Katrina Enos

Katrina’s professional skills include finance, project management, governance and strategy. Katrina’s uncle has Down syndrome and she grew up with a strong sense of advocacy for people living with disability and the challenges they face.

Director, Western Australia

Catia Malaquias

Catia Malaquias is a senior lawyer at the State Solicitor’s Office of Western Australia and has 17 years legal experience. Catia is also a Director of the Attitude Foundation Limited and the founder of the Starting With Julius project.

Hayley Warren

Director, New South Wales

Hayley Warren

Hayley Warren joined the Down Syndrome Australia board in 2019 and is the Chair of the Board of Down Syndrome NSW. Hayley has been involved with the Down Syndrome associations of Western Australia and New South Wales and is a lawyer with over 10 years experience practicing in the areas of insurance, construction and commercial law. Hayley has an older sister, Sarah, who has Down syndrome. 

Rebecca Kelly

Director, Tasmania

Dr Rebecca Kelly

Rebecca is an environmental scientist with degrees in mathematics and economics. Following a career as an academic, she started her own research and consulting company isNRM Pty Ltd in 2008. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a current Committee member and past President of Down Syndrome Tasmania, and previous Director of St Giles (a disability service provider). Rebecca has a son with Down syndrome.