Meet The Board

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Danny Watson

Danny Watson – FCPA FSIA FAICD

Chairman

Danny joined the Board in May 2005 and was appointed to Chairman in October of that year. Danny is a retired stockbroker with over 40 years' experience and before his appointment to the Board he was an advisor on our investments. Danny was awarded Honorary Life Membership at the 2010 Annual General Meeting.

'The work of the Hospice is essential to many in the community and I'm happy to be able to assist in making the palliative experience more comfortable.'

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Chris Sharpley – B.Ec (Hons) FCA

Deputy Chairman & Treasurer

Chris was the Managing Partner of Ernst & Young in South Australia until his retirement in 2015. He continues as an Executive Consultant for EY.

'The Mary Potter Hospice does an incredible job in assisting patients and their families. I am delighted to be a member of the Foundation’s Board with its objective of helping to ensure that the Hospice is provided with sufficient funds to enable it to continue its fabulous work.'

 

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Louisa McClurg

Louisa McClurg – LLB BCOM GDLP GRAD DIP COMPANY SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

Louisa is a Partner at Minter Ellison Lawyers and was appointed to the Board in 2014.

'I am honoured to contribute to an organisation that is entrusted by many to support the Mary Potter Hospice in the delivery of an amazingly dignified, respectful and compassionate contribution to the end of life process for both patients and families. An appropriate mix of skills, experience and passion is required to guide, consult and protect that mission and hence the reason for giving my time as a member of The Mary Potter Foundation Board.'

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Judy Morris

Judy Morris

Appointed to the Board in July 2002, Judy works in real estate sales for Klemich Real Estate.

'I give my time to Mary Potter as I think it is a wonderful organisation and have always had nothing but praise from relatives and friends who have spent time there before passing.'

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Liz Scarce

Liz was appointed to the Board in 2016.

"I was delighted to be asked to join  the Board of The Mary Potter Foundation and I consider it a great honour. Although I don’t have specific business skills, what I do have is a passion for the delivery of palliative care.

Having worked in the aged care sector as a one-to-one volunteer for fifteen years, both here and in Canberra, I have seen how important this service is. I will certainly pledge to work with the Board to help raise much needed funds to assist the hospice staff in delivering the best possible product."

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Michael Willson

Michael Willson AM

Michael joined the Board in 1994 and was Chairman from September 1996 to September 2002. Michael's Honorary Life Membership was awarded in 2005. He is a retired grazier and businessman.

'I joined the Board because of strong family ties to the work of the Hospice.'

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Anne Young

Anne Young

Anne is a Director of Young Consulting and joined the Board in March 2011. Anne is passionate about us all working collaboratively to make a difference for all who need support. Working for others gives her a sense of pride and accomplishment.

'I am a very proud member of the MPF Board.'

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Sue Imgraben

Sue Imgraben

CEO, Calvary North Adelaide Hospital

Sue was appointed to the Board in July 2008 on behalf of Calvary North Adelaide Hospital.

The Mary Potter Foundation board member, Sr Anne Sheridan

Sr Anne Sheridan – LCM

Sister Anne was appointed to the Board by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary in July 2006.

'The Board and all those who support The Mary Potter Foundation work tirelessly to ensure sufficient finance and support can be made available to those who seek care in the Hospice and the community, demonstrating a commitment to the vision of Mary Potter of Being for Others, and I am proud to be a member of the Board.'