Michael McGlynn OAM

President

Esteemed plastic surgeon Michael McGlynn returned as a Director in 2016, and was appointed Vice-President, after a previous term as Director from 1991 to 2015 which included serving as Vice-President from 2006. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Having graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), he moved onto General Surgery and then Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery training at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Prince of Wales Children’s Hospital, Prince Henry Hospital Group and Canniesburn Hospital in Scotland. With an exceptionally long-list of revered positions associated with his name, including Head of Plastic Surgery and a Clinical Director of Sydney Children’s Hospital and President of the NSW Chapter of Plastic Surgeons, he has also been awarded the Order of Australia Medal for services to medicine as a clinical plastic and reconstructive surgeon and teacher, as well as service to the international community through Interplast. For Michael, Interplast is the simple answer to his quest to help those less fortunate through handling most reconstructive problems with the instruments and medications they travel with.

Hayley Morris

Vice President

Hayley Morris is a passionate senior professional with extensive experience in the financial services and investment banking sectors. Hayley is a former Head of Corporate Communications at Goldman Sachs, Australia & New Zealand and established MorrisBrown Communications in 2018 to serve a diverse corporate client base. She brings to the Interplast Board a wealth of knowledge and experience in finance, corporate communications, risk management, strategy and brand development. Well versed in stakeholder engagement, communications and media, Hayley applies her extensive experience to support Interplast on its strategic planning, media relations, communications and fundraising initiatives with the objective of helping to further develop these capabilities for the organisation. Hayley was appointed Chair of Interplast’s Supporter Engagement Committee in 2018.

Kirstie MacGill

Vice President

Kirstie completed FRACS (plastic and reconstructive surgery) in 1992, and post-graduate fellowships in reconstruction, burns and paediatric plastic surgery. Kirstie is currently appointed to the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital and Box Hill Hospital as a VMO and has held administrative positions, including Head of Plastic surgery Unit at Box Hill Hospital, Director of Junior Surgical Training at RMH, and Director Medical Governance at RMH.

Kirstie has experience in a broad range of general reconstructive surgery, including hands, breasts and skin cancer with a particular interest in plastic surgery problems in children including burns scarring and cleft lip and palate.

Kirstie has been a medical volunteer with Interplast since 2003 and has been on 14 trips with Interplast, participating in Interplast team visits to Fiji, Myanmar, PNG, Samoa, Nauru, Vanuatu and Mongolia.

Peter Caldwell

Treasurer

Peter is a Senior Audit Partner at Deloitte with over 35 years’ experience auditing and advising ASX-listed entities, large private companies and not-for-profit entities.
Throughout his career he has served in a number of senior leadership roles at Deloitte, including election to Deloitte’s Board of Partners. He has also served as a national sector leader, state financial services leader, leadership team member of a global sector industry group and as a lead client service partner.
Peter has broad international experience, having worked across a vast array of industries with some of Deloitte largest, highest profile and most complex clients. This experience has provided Peter with an acute understanding of the dynamics which exist between high performing boards and the C-Suite. His expertise includes audit, assurance, corporate governance, relationship management, and strategy and people development. Peter’s expertise was formally recognised when he when he received the Deloitte Signals Award for an Outstanding Contribution to People and Performance.
Peter currently serves as the auditor of the Victoria Racing Club, The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Fund and has also served as auditor of the Walter & Eliza Health Institute of Medical Research, one of Australia’s most prominent not for profit organisations. He has been recognised as a Fellow of CPA Australia (FCPA), is a qualified Chartered Accountant (CA), and holds membership with the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Marie Dorrington OAM

Secretary

Marie Dorrington is an educator with more than 40 years experience, a committed Rotarian, and a proud supporter of the work done by Interplast. A Rotarian since 1997, she has held a range of leadership positions within her Club and District, including District Governor of Rotary International District 9500 in 2012/13. Involved with Interplast since 2013, Marie has been a Board member of Interplast and Chair of the Interplast Rotarian Committee since 2015. Formerly Principal of St Mary’s College in South Australia for more than 18 years, and currently Chair of the Board of St Michael’s College Adelaide, and a member of the College Finance and Risk Committee, Marie brings to the Interplast Board her expertise and experience in education, many years of involvement as a consultant in leadership and administration, and her passion for the ongoing potential of the Rotary/Interplast partnership.

John Dodd

John is a Barrister of more than 40 years’ legal experience with degrees in Economics and Law. He specialises in medico-legal personal injury cases, insurance and commercial law.  John and his wife Janelle were also owner/operators of Childcare Centres from 1988 to 2018.

John was Rotaract 968 District President in 1979-80 and invited to join Rotary in 1985. He has served his Club in most roles, including twice as President (1992-93 and 2001-02). In District 9685, John served as the Administration Adviser (2008-10), Insurance Officer (2007-11) and as Assistant Governor (2011). John was District Governor in 2012-13, followed by service as Youth Exchange Chair (2014-18), National Insurance Committee member (2014-18) and delegate to the Council on Legislation (2016).

A member of the Interplast Rotary Committee since 2016, John sees Rotary’s vocational ethos as a springboard to assist medical professionals apply their expertise in service to those less fortunate. Rotary’s Objects of high ethical standards, dignifying occupations as an opportunity to serve, and the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace match perfectly with the Interplast volunteers’ medical service to the Asia Pacific region.

Amy McLeod

Amy is an experienced senior legal professional with dual qualifications in Australia and England & Wales.

Amy has in-depth experience in corporate and commercial matters, advising at the highest levels across all areas within large multinational companies including some of the world’s leading brands.  Having developed her career over 15 years working in New York and London, Amy has recently returned to Australia.  She is currently the Regional Legal Counsel for the Hertz Car Rental across Australia, NZ, and Asia Pacific.  Her passion is for innovation, legal strategy, compliance, governance, corporate social responsibility, ethical business and risk management.

She is looking forward to using her professional skills to positively impact the community through offering her legal and governance skills to assist Interplast.

As a board member, Amy is in awe of the incredible work that Interplast achieves and looks forward to assisting Interplast in delivering first in class medical outcomes and training to those in need overseas.

Outside of these roles, Amy loves old movies, trying new restaurants and travelling.  Happily, most of her spare time is spent chasing after her two boys and pottering around the garden with the dog.

Philip Ragg

A Specialist Anaesthetist for more than 25 years, Philip is the Deputy Director of Anaesthesia and Pain Management at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. He is an Associate Professor with the University of Melbourne and a Research Associate with the Murdoch Children’ Research Institute. Apart from many years’ experience as a clinical anaesthetist working mainly with children, he is also a member of the Victorian Consultative Council On Anaesthesia Morbidity and Mortality, an Examiner with the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and an instructor for Advanced Paediatric life Support (APLS) Australia. Philip’s main areas of interest are plastic surgery, where he operates in both public and private practice, cardiac surgery, regional anaesthesia and risk management. He has been involved with Interplast for more than 20 years with trips to Papua New Guinea, Rabaul and Sri Lanka. He brings to the Interplast board an understanding of clinical practice, knowledge of how surgeons work and interact with their teams, and an interest in teaching, mentoring and safety.

Emma Skinner (née Simson)

Emma is a principal of Acacia Partners, a Melbourne-based corporate advisory firm that provides advice and execution services in relation to mergers, acquisitions, divestments, capital management, debt and equity capital raising transactions. Emma has extensive experience in corporate advisory and financial services, corporate strategy and investor relations having held positions at Goldman Sachs JBWere, Evans and Partners and Healthscope.  Prior to commencing her career in financial services, Emma completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy and is a registered pharmacist.

Emma is committed to helping Interplast maximise its impact and expand its mission for the benefit of the communities in which it operates.

Emma is a graduate of the AICD Company Directors Course.

Margaret Jackson AC

Margaret Jackson is Chairman of Ansett Aviation Training Limited, is also a Director of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Barefoot to Boots, Australian War Memorial, and a member of Monash University’s Industry Council of Advisors.

Margaret has also served as Chairman of Spotless, Qantas, FlexiGroup Ltd, the Victorian Transport Accident Commission, and a Director of Prince’s Charities Australia, The Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited, The Australian and New Zealand Banking Corporation, Pacific Dunlop Limited, John Fairfax Holdings Limited, Billabong International Ltd, Telecom Australia, West Gippsland Healthcare Group, President of Australian Volunteers International, former partner KPMG Advisory, and BDO Nelson. Awarded Companion of the Order of Australia in the General Division (AC) in June 2003 for service to business in diverse and leading Australian corporations and to the community in the area of support for medical research, the arts, and education. Awarded the Centenary Medal in 2001 for service to Australian society in Business.

Margaret holds an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Monash University.
Former Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army Southern Territory, the Playbox Theatre Company, and Methodist Ladies’ College.

Paul Sundberg

Paul Sundberg has been in the Financial Services industry for 23 years with the firm Goldman Sachs Australia (formerly JBWere). His primary role has been Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer. Following the 100 per cent acquisition of the Australasian business by Goldmans, Paul was appointed to the worldwide Advisory Director Panel in January 2013. His responsibilities include being a member of the Asia Pacific Capital raising Committees covering financing transactions in China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea as well as Australia and New Zealand. He is also a member of the local Operating Committee. Paul is also the Advisory Director of Career Lounge P/L and Aligned Resources Group P/L. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Paul worked at Price Waterhouse. Paul earned a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia. Along with serving on the Interplast Board, he is the Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee.