The Stellar board is rich in commercial experience, including housing, property management, development and finance, tempered with wide practical experience in social investment. This mix of proven skills and achievement ensures tight fiscal management, broad and strategic business vision and a strong results orientation – with a social and environmental conscience.
FCA GAICD, Chairman of Stellar Living
Tony is a Chartered Accountant with a diverse background in listed companies, not for profits and public practice. Currently the Company Secretary of two ASX listed mining companies. He has significant commercial and governance experience that includes being a Director / COO of a large Aboriginal Corporation and CFO of listed companies in the construction and mining sector. He also spent some time in public practice as a partner of accounting firms in the audit and corporate finance area. He is a past State Councilor and State Chairman of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
Registered Architect, Builder and Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects
Lou has over 40 year’s experience in the Land Development, Construction and Architectural fields. Lou is a Registered Architect, Registered Builder and Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. He has held senior executive positions in both the public and private sectors. Lou has been involved in land development, urban renewal, joint ventures, acquisitions, master planning, pier reviews, construction and design of major metropolitan and regional developments and projects. Lou is currently providing mentoring and master planning advice to publically listed companies.
Director of Centrecare Inc & Founder of the Valuing Children Initiative
Tony’s commitment and achievements in the community and social services sector span over 40+ years.
His professional achievements include involvement on a diverse and significant number of Boards, committees, taskforces, advisory groups and initiatives in both a professional and voluntary capacity (past President of the WACOSS; past Chairperson of the State Homelessness Taskforce; former Board member of FRSA; Committee member of the Ministerial Advisory Council on Child Protection; former Chair of Canning Coalition Inc,; former Co-Chair of Community Employers WA; former Committee Member of the Community Sector Roundtable, National Child Protection Framework Implementation Group and WA Council on Homelessness).
Tony is passionate about the role of the non-government sector. Above and beyond Centrecare interests, he believes that the sector is central to the future wellbeing of so many Australians and has sought to protect the integrity and standards of social service organisations throughout Australia, so they are able to maximise their contribution. This is exemplified by his significant involvement with many peak organisations: co-founder of Community Employers WA, founder of the Valuing Children Initiative and the catalyst for the establishment of Stellar Living.
Tony has been the Director of Centrecare Inc. since 1989 and was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in the General Division (AM) in 2012. In July 2019, Tony assumed the role of Adjunct Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus.
Anne has been a leading journalist and corporate advisor for the past 30 years, working in the print media in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth before starting a communication advisory firm. Anne has a life-long interest in public affairs.
Daniel is a Fund Manager with a leading ASX listed real estate investment company with more than $20 billion of assets under management. Daniel previously held the position of Manager Asset Planning & Programs at a Tier 1 Community Housing Organisation where he played a critical role in the strategic planning of the company’s 1800+ residential property assets. His experience also includes property development, acquisitions, investment analysis and capital raising.
Daniel has completed a B.Com (Property Valuation) and post-graduate studies in Predictive Analytics.
Megan Adair is the Director of Planning at Satterley Property Group providing advice and direction on major land projects, corporate governance, project planning and relationship management. She also provides expert advice in relation to strategy, policy and urban planning. Megan has held leadership roles in State and Local Government as well as the Private Sector and with over 25 years’ experience has been consistently successful in achieving delivery outcome balancing the requirements of all stakeholders.
Megan has a Bachelor of Arts in Urban & Regional Planning, she has been a Presiding Member of a Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) for nine years and is a member of the WA Planning Commission Statutory Planning Committee. Megan is member of the Planning Institute of Australia, a Fellow of Leadership WA and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has voluntarily assisted in important processes such as the finalisation of the Department of Planning Model Scheme Text review which resulted in the 2015 Planning Development ((Local Planning Scheme) Regulations and contributed to the development of draft State Planning Policy 7 – Apartment Design WA.