Ms Gayle Ginnane
Ms Gayle Ginnane has over 30 years experience in Public Sector, 12 years as the CEO of the Private Health Insurance Administration Council (PHIAC). Ms Ginnane has broad experience as a senior manager in an insurance and regulatory environment, and an in depth understanding of governance, risk management and finance.
Ms Ginnane has considerable experience as an independent director on a number of Boards, both commercial and not for profit, in the voluntary, government and private sectors.
As well as Chair of the National Blood Authority, Ms Ginnane is a Councillor on the Australian Pharmacy Council and a director on the Boards of the ACT Medicare Local, CIT Solutions, the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority and Police Health. She is also the independent Chair of a number of Audit Committees.
She has also contributed to a number of voluntary organisations at senior and Board levels including Scouts ACT, the Arthur Shakespeare Foundation for Scouting and the Community Living Project.
Ms Ginnane holds Bachelor degrees in Arts and Economics from the University of Queensland and a Master's Degree in Defence Studies from UNSW Australia.