Feros Care is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of five non-executive Directors and one Executive Director. Our Board of Directors assists Feros Care in performing to its best potential.

The Board of Directors role is to provide governance and strategic direction and work effectively with senior management to ensure high quality care and service delivery. Feros is fortunate to have exceptionally qualified past and present Directors including existing and former company directors, finance managers, government executives, solicitors, hospital directors and business owners.

The following individuals currently comprise the Feros Care Board of Directors:

 

Colin McJannett, Chair

Photo of Colin McJannettColin has held governance responsibilities as Chair for both Primary Health and Social Service organisations. This involved amalgamation of organisations, development and regional launch of NZ Government’s health strategy. He is a Trustee of the Manawatu Community Trust with responsibilities for the promotion and provision of housing for the elderly and disabled and promotion of health and wellbeing services for residents. Previously, General Manager with Westpac Financial Services involved the national retirement plan and unit trusts, included responsibility for product design, development, pricing, profitability, service, administration and accounting functions. Twenty years’ experience with AMP in Australia included leadership of special projects associated with the identification, development and evaluation of potential markets throughout Australasia. Colin has extensive consulting and senior management experience has encompassed the social services, primary health and the finance industries. His governance responsibilities have included strategic planning, monitoring social service and delivery of primary health contracts for Government and District Health boards amongst others.

Jason Bingham, Director

Jason BinghamJason was appointed to the Feros Care board in April 2018.  Jason has diverse experience spanning the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, having spent over 20 years in senior management and advisory roles in Australia and overseas.  He has spent much of the past decade working with larger organisations, and their supply chains, introducing step change to the role and function of procurement and commercial services being key enablers of organisational success.  Jason brings a wealth of skills and experience to the board, from strategic direction setting through to sustainable execution and corporate governance.  He has a long-held interest in the human services sector, including ageing (and 'growing bold') and contemporary issues in the Australian context.  In 2013, Jason was awarded a professional doctorate in business administration.

Andrew Young, Director

Andrew Young

Andrew Young was appointed to the board November 2019. His past experience as a board member of St Vincent’s Private Hospital Lismore for over 18 years has exposed him to the aged and health sectors.

Additionally, he has experience in commercial finance, investment strategies, commercial development and the management of a business in a growth industry which compliments the diverse experience offered by other board members.

 

Janet Quigley, Director

Janet Quigley

Janet Quigley was appointed to the Feros Care Board in November 2020. Janet has a diverse range of public service experience, having spent the last 15 years in senior management positions. She has wide-ranging experience in strategic policy and program delivery and spent 18 years with the Commonwealth Department of Health, designing and implemented a range of health care reforms and strategies that have linked and interfaced with aged care. Janet has also lead negotiations with state and territory governments and worked closely with a varied range of industry stakeholders.

 

Lynn Warneke, Director

Lynn WarnekeLynn was appointed to the Feros Care board in November 2020. She has extensive executive experience in business, ICT and consulting roles for a diverse range of organisations, from start-up through to major commercial enterprise, across multiple sectors including: not for profit, publishing, government, tertiary education, and professional services. Throughout a 30 year career she has consistently worked at the intersection of business transformation, technology, digital innovation and people domains, to systemically improve staff, customer and citizen experiences and achieve strategic business outcomes. In addition to strong strategy, design, program delivery and management capabilities, Lynn has extensive governance and risk management experience in both operational and advisory board capacities. She is a passionate advocate for two interconnected goals: ensuring technology is accessible and usable for all, and increasing diversity and inclusion in the tech sector and across industry.