Leadership, strategic direction, effective governance

Our Board of Directors is responsible for The Kids’ Cancer Project overall performance and compliance, providing strategic direction, effective governance and leadership.

 

Board Members



Adrian Fisk
ACA, Mec (Chair)

Adrian is a partner at KPMG and leads the Financial Services practice. He has extensive experience in the professional and financial services industries working with some of the largest companies on the ASX. Adrian is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. He became involved with The Kids’ Cancer Project after his son Aidan was diagnosed with a brain tumour at age five. Aidan is now in high school.
 

Nigel Everard
CPA, BCom, Grad Cert (Mgmt), MBA (Deputy Chair)

Nigel is Chief Financial Officer of a leading Australian quick service restaurant business. Throughout his 20-year career, he has held senior positions in general management, finance, strategy and business improvement. Nigel has been deployed in Asia and Europe working in various industries including automotive, aviation and the not-for-profit sector.
 



Col Reynolds OAM
Founder

Cols’ contribution to the lives of children with cancer was officially recognised with an Order of Australia in 2000. Before founding the charity, Col was a tourist coach driver. He dedicated 30 years of his life to his profession, during which time he looked after many high profile clients including US Secret Service agents and members of the Papal visit of Pope John Paul II.




Simmone Reynolds
BCom

Simmone is a founding member of The Kids’ Cancer Project Board and is currently employed with the Australian Defence Force as a Communications Officer. Earlier in her career, Simmone spent nine years working in the fast moving consumer goods sector holding positions in marketing, national account management and category development for blue chip multinationals Unilever Australasia and Nestlé.




Richard Caldow
BCom (Finance and Accounting)

Richard has worked as a stockbroker, corporate finance and funds management advisor since 1992. Prior to this he worked in chartered accounting with roles at Ernst & Young and Arthur Andersen. Richard’s son Archie was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma at just three years of age. Archie is now living with cancer and attending primary school.
 



Sue Anderson
BBus, EBMA

Sue is Founder and Director of Retail Capabilities and Co Squared. Her specialty lies in designing service experience and innovation practices to support the retail property and broad business sectors in Australia as well as offshore. Sue discovered the importance of research into childhood cancer when her daughter Audrey was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour at age five. Audrey is now a confident ‘tween’ who loves school.
 



Lyndall Stoyles
Lyndall holds the position of Executive General Manager, Legal and Corporate Affairs for Caltex Australia Limited. Prior to this, she was Group General Counsel and Company Secretary for a logistics firm. She also spent more than a decade with Clayton Utz advising on competition, commercial and corporate law issues across a broad range of industries.
 



Doug Cunningham
BCom, MBA

Doug has enjoyed almost three decades at Johnson & Johnson where he is currently Managing Director Consumer – Pacific. He has extensive experience managing sophisticated global retailers and building capability with large multi-cultural organizations. After losing his five-year-old son Murray to cancer, Doug determined to donate his time and business experience to finding cures for the devastating disease through scientific based research.
 



Debra Singh
Debra is an Executive Director to the Steinhoff Asia Pacific Board and the Group CEO Household Goods, overseeing Fantastic Furniture, Plush, OMF and Freedom, while continuing to lead Fantastic Furniture as CEO. She has more than 30 years’ experience in General Management Retail Operations, Organisational Design, Human Resources and Change Management. Prior to this, Debra had a career with Woolworths spanning more than a decade during which she was the first female to lead a trading division


The Kids' Cancer Project is an ACNC Registered Charity 
ABN 13 061 138 181 | CFN 10581