Hayley’s background is as a commercial lawyer of over 20 years’ experience, gained at home and abroad in professional advisory and corporate roles. She has developed a deep understanding of the practice and application of corporate governance both through her experience as a professional advisor, and as a company director over the last 15+ years. Hayley completed the company director course with the Australian Institute of Company Directors in 2011, is Chair of the Board of WestCycle, Inc. and is a non-executive director of Global Lithium Resources. Over time, Hayley has taken deeper interest in what goes on behind ‘the corporate veil’ to consider how team culture and conflict, individual well-being and performance affect organisational outcomes. She is a qualified mediator, and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Counselling.
Gary Steinepreis holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Western Australia and is a Chartered Accountant. He provides corporate, management and accounting advice to a number of companies involved in the resource, technology and leisure industries. Gary has been the Treasurer of Holyoake since 1999.
Ian Oldfield is a founding partner of Oldfield Knott Architects in 1974, and has built the practice into one of Western Australia’s leading architectural firms.
Ian is a long-time member of the Claremont Football Club where he served on the Board from 1981-1988 including 6 years as Vice President and is currently a vice patron of the club. Ian is also a long-time member (since inception) of both the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers Football Clubs.
Ian is an active playing member of the Cottesloe Golf Club and is a member of the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club and Fremantle Sailing Club. He has been a Director of Holyoake since 2001.
For 35 years, Kevin Campbell was involved in the broadcasting industry in Australia. From 1988 to 1991 he was Managing Director of the Seven Television Network and from 1991 to 1999 he was Chairman and Managing Director of TVW Enterprises Ltd (Channel Seven Perth).
Kevin pursues an active and varied community leadership role. He has held many honorary board positions including the chairmanship of the Telethon Institute of Child Health Research. He is a past Chairman of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and as a member of Edith Cowan University Council. He was the inaugural patron/mentor for recruits at the Western Australian Police Academy and is a past Chairman of The Order of Australia Association (Western Australian Branch).
Kevin was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 1998 for his contribution to broadcasting, business and his community service activities.
He was appointed Chairman of Football West Ltd to lead soccer/football in Western Australia into the Government initiated National Soccer/Football Unification. He was a past Government appointed Chairman of The Lotteries Commission of Western Australia, now Lotterywest between 2000 and 2004. Kevin has been a Director of Holyoake since June 2010.
Anthony brings to the board of Holyoake over 20 years of experience in various general management, operations, compliance and risk, and governance roles across financial services. Anthony is currently a director of the Euroz Hartleys Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation established by Euroz Hartleys Limited in 2006 to support Western Australian charities.
Anthony is a Chartered Secretary and holds a Master of Business Law from Curtin University and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance from the Governance Institute of Australia. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Governance Institute and a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.
Debbie is an Executive with 20 years’ global experience in leading major capital and large-scale construction projects complemented by several years in corporate leadership roles in the oil & gas industry.
Senior leadership experience includes strategy development, business transformation, organisational design and implementation of change, health, safety, wellbeing & environment, cultural design and enabling major people change.
Through lived experience Deb is extraordinarily passionate about Health, Safety and Wellbeing and is a competent and experienced crisis leader. Deb believes that everyone should go home enriched by their workplace and that holistic wellbeing should be top of the agenda at every organisation.
Deb has Bachelor of Business majoring in Management, minor in Accounting at Edith Cowan University 1998 with Gold Key status for academic performance. Deb was a Finalist Telstra Business Women’s Awards 2019 and a 40 under 40 winner First Amongst Equals in 2007.
Becoming a GAICD in 2021 Deb is embarking on her Board career and feels privileged to support organisations which align with her skills, values and passion.
Deb has a long-standing association with Holyoake, through lived experienced of the tragic consequences of addiction and her maternal grandmother initially volunteering and then working with Holyoake. The services provided by Holyoake are life-changing and especially support not only individuals, but also their loved ones.
Peta Gallaway is a Registered Nurse specialising in Mental Health. She brings to the Holyoake Board over 20 years of mental health nursing experience from a variety of public and private mental health and alcohol and other drug (AOD) services in WA and NSW. Peta is currently working as part of the Mental Health Executive at WA Country Health Service overseeing the provision of mental health and AOD services across regional, rural and remote Western Australia.
Peta holds a Bachelor of Science (Nursing), a Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing and a Masters of Health Services Management. Peta is also an Associate Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management.