Finance Risk & Audit Committee Members

Mr Jason Currie (Chair)
Jason Currie has worked in the healthcare improvement and innovation space for more than a decade and is currently a Program Manager in Vanguard Health. Jason has delivered state-wide improvement programs, established support programs for medical research, provided policy advice to various government departments, and worked as a Patent Examiner in IP Australia. Jason has a passion challenging the status quo, for fostering innovation and reducing the time delay between research creation and practice change.
Ms Susanne Le Boutillier
BA, GDIR Bus, GradCert Bus, GAICD
Susanne has worked in senior positions in state government human services for more than twenty-five years, in both the health and community services sector.  She has expertise in large scale reform and the development and execution of strategy having led the health reform transition office to establish Hospital and Health Services in Queensland. In addition, Susanne also has broad experience in governance, achieving change, stakeholder engagement, negotiation, and program management having worked across areas such as human resources, industrial relations, strategic policy, health workforce, and clinical education strategy.  She has held senior roles providing direct support to Director-Generals and Ministerial Offices. Susanne has an arts degree from the University of Queensland, post graduate business qualifications from the Queensland University of Technology and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Paul Monaghan
Paul Monaghan is an experienced financial management and corporate services executive, having worked initially in auditing and accounting, then moving into increasingly more diverse senior management positions of health care and non-government organisations. Paul holds Fellow status of CPA Australia and ACHSM and has had long term interest in the education and development of managers and has held leadership roles in these professional bodies. In recognition for his contribution to university teaching, he is also an Adjunct Professor of QUT School of Public Health. Paul’s teaching topics included financial administration and risk management.
Mr Scott Bryant
Scott Bryant is the Director of  Financial Management and Assurance in the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Queensland). He was previously the Director of Finance/CFO at the Queensland Ambulance Service where he led the finance function for the services and is responsible for all aspects of its $684 million dollar operating budget. Scott has extensive senior level experience across a diverse range of healthcare services, with experience in both large central agencies and smaller remote health services. He has developed significant change management agendas and process improvements which have delivered improved governance, financial sustainability and better healthcare outcomes across Queensland. Through his willingness to engage with not-for-profit entities on a pro-bono basis, Scott also provides expertise that benefits community based organisations. Prior to his career in finance, Scott was a successful chef working in some of Australia’s most awarded restaurants.

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