Professor Jonathan Morris is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh and completed his Obstetric and Maternal Fetal Medicine sub specialty training in Sydney. He completed his PhD in Oxford and returned to Sydney in 1998 at the Royal North Shore Hospital. Since then he has built a perinatal research group that extends from basic science to population health.
Jonathan is currently Director of the Kolling Institute for Medical Research. His major research interests are the prediction, prevention and management of pregnancy complications. Jonathan has been a director of Stillbirth Foundation Australia since 2008.
Sarah Goss, Director
Sarah has over 20 years consulting experience across the US, Europe and Australia. During the last 15 years she has supported organisations in the Corporate, University and Not for Profit sectors to articulate their strategy and build the organizational capability and resources to deliver.
Highlights have included working with Noel Pearson to build financial inclusion in the Cape York Welfare Reform Communities, envisioning the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity and supporting the development of the Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy.
Sarah is mum to four beautiful boys, the first of whom was stillborn in 1999.
Qualifications and memberships: MBA London Business School, DipEd, BSc(Hons) The University of Melbourne
Aaron David, Director
For 80 years, the David family was Australia’s largest wholesaler of groceries and liquor to independent grocers and retail stores. Aaron David, fulfilled every conceivable role in the family business which gave great insight into the management of relationships of both small and large clients which he brings to Live Bookkeeping. Aaron is also a Director on the board of the Stillbirth Foundation and passionately raises funds for research and awareness into the incidence of stillbirth in Australia.
Suzanne Russell, Director
Qualifications and memberships:
BA (Hons) Economics and Politics with European Studies, University of Exeter, UK and L’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Strasbourg
Chartered Accountant, Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and Australia
A Director since 2012. Suzi is a Partner at PwC Sydney, which is the culmination of an 18-year career in professional services. Originally employed by Andersen in London as a graduate of Exeter University, Suzi came to Australia to work on the implementation of GST in 2000. Suzi spent her first two years in Australia on full-time secondment to Australia Post, where she helped Australia Post introduce the world’s first international GST-free postage stamps!
After Australia Post, Suzi never looked back, and she now spends her time advising multinational clients in the retail, media, telecommunications and utilities sectors.
Suzi has considerable experience in the not-for-profit sector, advising many clients in this industry on their GST obligations.