Established and managed his own business in the meat industry in 1975 which he managed for 30 years before purchasing a farm in Gooram in 2001.
He now lives in Gooram with his wife Sally and is passionate about the wellbeing and future of Euroa and its health services.
Jim has been on the Euroa Health Board since 2015.
Michael’s employment comprised 42 years as a teacher including 20 years in leadership roles within the Victorian Education Department.
Michael’s commitment to the community is evidenced through 45 years as a member of Apex, Lions International and Rotary International and he is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Euroa.
Sarah Treloar is a Chartered Accountant, beginning her career in external financial audit for Ernst & Young in Melbourne, moving on to the non-profit sector in Melbourne and regional Victoria. She has experience across industries including Non-Profit Community Health, Homelessness, Mining, Oil Refining and Advertising. Sarah resides in the regional Victorian town of Euroa, where she is an active community member, holding various formal volunteer roles, including Board Member of Euroa Health.
Paul is a former solicitor, business man and farmer who retired to Euroa from the NSW/ACT region in 2017.
He has also lived and worked extensively in London and the US.
He brings wide experience of commercial and administrative law, as well as business acumen from his time as a company director.
Georgia is a retired Registered Nurse who has over 30 years experience in Aged Care Management with particular strength in quality and risk management and contemporary practice to promote Resident independence and wellbeing.
Georgia has many years experience as a consultant to Aged Care Homes to instigate and facilitate programs to ensure successful Accreditation status is achieved and maintained and is a strong advocate on matters relating to workforce development, educations and safety.
Caroline Keenan joined the board of Euroa Health in 2017. She is a former television journalist (ABC Melbourne) and now works in communications with a government authority.
Having been raised on a farm in north east Victoria, Caroline has a valuable understanding of the challenges faced by rural communities.
Caroline is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course
She is looking forward to contributing to Euroa Health’s vital future.