MS Queensland have welcomed three new board members; Shaun Treacy, Kimberley Pierce, and Nick Wells to provide the organisation with key governance as well as support future strategic direction.
Chief Executive Officer, David Curd, is confident the group’s expertise will strengthen the not-for-profit and place the needs of the almost 4,000 Queenslanders living with multiple sclerosis at the heart of decision making.
“I’m pleased to formally welcome Shaun Treacy, Kimberley Pierce, and Nick Wells to the MS Queensland board. I’m confident their skills will pave the way for future success and grow our services across the state, ensuring we’re here to walk the journey of MS with our customers,” said Mr Curd.
Shaun Treacy is a Strategic and Financial Adviser with more than 30 years’ experience in corporate finance and investment banking. Shaun was the Managing Director of J.P. Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Nomura and UBS. Mr Treacy is also an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kimberley Pierce is the General Manager of Gold Coast Private Hospital, Pacific Day Hospital, and Tweed Day Hospital. Kimberley is also a board member for the Gold Coast Regional Committee for Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of Health Advisory Board for Bond University.
Nick Wells is the owner of Better Medical who’s grown the business from a single GP clinic to over 70 clinics across Australia. Mr Wells has extensive background in management consulting, investment banking, corporate governance, capital markets, and fast-growing businesses.
To see all members of the MS Queensland board head to our about us page.