Doug Snedden was appointed to the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse board as Chairman in February 2014. He brings with him extensive experience in the corporate sector, having been at the helm of global outsourcing and corporate strategy group Accenture (previously named Andersen Consulting).
Eileen Hannagan was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Chris O’Brien Lifehouse in February 2014. Eileen has 30 years’ experience in health care, as nurse, manager and the last 15 years as senior executive. Eileen has studied commerce and health administration, and holds a Masters in Business.
Michael has been a medical oncologist for more than 20 years, specialising in the treatment of thoracic and head and neck cancers. He was appointed Chief Clinical Officer at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse in 2011.
Professor Diana Horvath brings a distinguished record of more than 40 years of management and administrative experience with a range of key medical organisations to her role at Lifehouse. She was appointed to Chris O’Brien Lifehouse board in 2009.
As the wife of the late Professor Chris O’Brien (AO), Gail has played an instrumental role in supporting her husband’s vision for Australia to have its own world-class, integrated and comprehensive cancer facility. Soon after Chris’ passing in 2009, Gail was invited to join the Lifehouse board.
Ian Hammond brings considerable finance expertise to his role at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, with more than 35 years experience in the accounting and finance profession. Ian joined the Lifehouse Board in 2015 and is the Chairman of the Finance Committee.
Max Moore-Wilton is one of the most prominent names in Australia’s corporate landscape, with a career that includes key roles within the highest levels of the private and public service sector. He was appointed to the Lifehouse Board in 2007.
Robert McMillan lends substantial commercial experience to his role at Lifehouse and is widely regarded for his ability to identify business trends and developments across broad corporate sectors of print and related industries. He has been a member of the Lifehouse board since 2005.
A/Prof Brian McCaughan, a renowned cardiothoracic surgeon with a career-long commitment and passion for the management of thoracic malignancies, is also Chairman of the Clinical Excellence Commission and the Agency for Clinical Innovation, and a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. His clinical career spans 40 years at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Concord Hospital.