Our weekly appointments wrap includes Tabitha McMullan, Lynda Dorrington, Todd Morcombe, Christina Matthews and Bronwyn Myers.
Tabitha McMullan has been made executive director of FORM, replacing Lynda Dorrington who held the position for the past two decades. Ms McMullan’s experience includes leadership roles in activation and cultural experience and arts, culture and heritage at the City of Perth and five years working as a consultant at Artsource. She is also chair of the Culture and the Arts Policy Advisory Group and chair of the Inner-City Council Cultural Development Working Group
Family Zone has appointed Todd Morcombe as chief financial officer. Mr Morcombe most recently worked as chief operating officer at Wyllie Group. Prior to this, he worked as senior accountant and risk and commercial manager for National eHealth Transition Authority. He has previously worked as chief financial officer at ASX-listed Little World Beverages.
Christina Matthews will be a board member of Leadership WA. Ms Matthews has been the chief executive of the Western Australia Cricket Association since 2012. She previously held the position of general manger commercial operations and communication at Cricket NSW. She serves on several board including Youth Focus and SportWest.
Bronwyn Myers has been appointed the foundation director of Curtin University’s enAble Institute, a new research collaborative focused on enabling individuals living with physical and mental health needs or facing the challenges of ageing. Professor Myers was most recently deputy director of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Research Unit of the South African Medical Research Council, and has worked extensively in enhancing services for people with mental or physical health disorders to improve their quality of life.