Our Board

Ian Sampson

B.Comm., LLB., FAICD

Ian Sampson is an experienced non-executive director and chair with expertise in governance, strategy development, risk, financial and audit management, board evaluation, remuneration and development. He is Chairman of Autism Queensland, a syndicate Chairman of The CEO Institute, chairs the Board of Chartered Accounting firm, Marsh Tincknell Pty Ltd and is a non-executive director of 139Club Ltd, a centre for people experiencing homelessness in Brisbane.

Angela Moody

B.Econ., BA, MProf Econ, Post Grad Dip Applied Finance, GAICD

Angela is an experienced non-executive director who has worked for more than ten years on ‘for purpose’ boards spanning a range of industries and sectors, including education, CALD communities, migrant and refugee settlement services and economic development. Angela is also an accomplished executive, experienced in strategic development and implementation, stakeholder management, economic regulation and reform, corporate governance and commercial operations, across private and public sectors.

Bruce Moffat


Bruce is an experienced Chief Financial Officer, organisational consultant and Certified Practising Accountant, with an extensive history in the not-for-profit, private and tertiary education sectors. He is an Official Visitor with Queensland Corrective Services and volunteers with small not-for-profits and is a Board.

Bill Owens


Bill Owens is an experienced executive and non-executive director specialising in governance, strategy, risk and ICT strategy development and governance. Bill is a non-executive director of Montrose Therapy & Respite Services and The Lady Musgrave Trust. He has run his own ICT services company since 2016, after building an executive career over 30 years in technology and business consultancy at Elders IXL, PwC (UK), Adventis (UK) and MSL Solutions. Bill has particular expertise in designing and governing technology-led business transformation programs. 

Garnett Hollier

B Bus (Accy), Grad Cert Organisation Leadership, CA

Garnett is an experienced Chief Financial Officer, executive, and director who has spent significant time in the ‘profit for members’ superannuation sector. Garnett’s financial services career spans almost 25 years across a range of areas including chartered accounting, financial advice, strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, and investment operations.

Helen Coyer


Helen is a Non-Executive Director, with over twenty years' executive and board level experience across the not for profit, public, and commercial sectors with particular experience in financial services, education, superannuation, and start-ups.

Helen is Non-Executive Director, holding positions with RSL Queensland as a Committee Member on the Audit and Risk Committee and Investment Committee and as Board and Committee member with Relationships Australia Queensland. Helen is also engaged with the Start-Up community fulfilling advisory and board roles.

Neil Willmett

Chief Executive Officer

Neil Willmett joined the Board in 2022. He is a national leader in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing, health, economic development, and administration.

He is an experienced Chief Executive Officer known as a leading thinker for his work in strategy, policy development, and its implementation. Throughout his career, Neil has led a number of organisations at the Board and Executive level.