Service Delivery Committee
Professor Elizabeth Ann Farmer (Chair) – BSC (Hons), MBBS, PhD, FRACGP, MAICD
Professor Elizabeth Ann Farmer is a registered medical practitioner and Honorary Professor at three Australian universities. An independent consultant in the health sector, she has particular interest in innovation and systems change; policy and governance; accreditation; quality assurance; strategy and program evaluation; health sciences education and rural regional and remote health care issues. Currently, Professor Farmer also serves the Australian Medical Council as a Technical Advisor Research and Development, Chair of the National Prevocational Standards Accreditation Committee and member of the Board of Examiners. A recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence and Innovation in Education at Flinders University, she also received the inaugural Heaslip Fellow Scholarship in Medical Education at Flinders.
Michael McGregor – BA, Psychology Major, FAICD
Michael is Director of McGregor Campbell Group. He is a registered Psychologist with extensive experience in the field of Organisational Psychology. For 11 years, Michael was State Manager SA & NT for Australia’s largest provider of EAP Counselling and Workplace Trauma Services. He is a Fellow of the AICD and a Member of AHRI and the Australian Psychological Society. He is also a qualified mediator and an Associate Member of the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia. Michael joined the Guide Dogs SA/NT Board in 2013.
Louise Davies – B.Sc. (Hons) App Chemistry, Cert Ed: Secondary Science, P Cert: Inclusive Edu and Sp Needs Ed
Louise is the Executive Manager – Service Development with Autism SA. She holds a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Applied Chemistry, Post Graduate Certificate in Secondary Science and Inclusive Education, and Special Needs Education and is currently the Chair of Professional Practice Committee at Autism SA.
Dr Saravana Kumar – B.App.Sc. (Physio), Master of Physiotherapy, PhD (Philosophy)
Dr Kumar is the Research Leader and Senior Lecturer at the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence, School of Health Sciences, at the University of South Australia. Dr Kumar has extensive academic, research and clinical experience in allied health and has received numerous grants, citations and awards for his work in evidence-based practice. He has particular expertise in quality and safety and collaborates nationally and internationally with numerous agencies on developing and implementing health care policy and practices.
Ms Sharyn Broer – GAICD, FIML, G.Cert.Man, B.App.Sc. (O.T.)
Sharyn has a passion for improving the health and wellbeing of communities through the delivery of high-quality community services and programs. As CEO of Meals on Wheels SA, Sharyn leads South Australia’s largest community-based volunteer organisation and is responsible for coordinating the efforts of 7000 volunteers and 60 staff to provide one million meals to more than 11,000 people each year. Sharyn is President of Meals on Wheels Australia, a Divisional Councillor of Aged & Community Services Australia SA/NT, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.