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Board of Directors


The Board

ADHD Australia Limited is passionate about creating a better future for those living with ADHD and their families. The Board of Directors is responsible for the governance and management of the organisation. Our experienced directors are volunteers who bring great depth and breadth in clinical, governance, leadership and business, as well as important links with the ADHD community. The complement of our working board has a balance of professionals, gender and those with a lived experience of ADHD.



Michael Kohn


Professor Michael Kohn is the Area Director for Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine for Western Sydney, and Head of Department for AYA Medicine at Westmead Hospital. He has research and clinical interests in neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD and Autism. He is well known in the ADHD field through his publication of over 100 scientific articles, writing in medical textbooks and media work.

Michael has experience as a Director for the Emanuel School (1998-2003) and Butterfly Foundation (2005-2014), prior to joining the ADHD Australia Board in 2015. He has been Chairman since November 2015.

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Julie Dormand

Julie Dormand has over 20 years of industry experience both agency and client side, in roles with a CRM focus. As CEO of MercerBell, Julie is responsible for running the Customer Experience (CX) agency and ensuring they deliver best-in-class CX for their clients.

Julie has been a committed supporter of the industry, and acted as Chair and Board Member for ADMA, as well as taking part in speaking and mentoring initiatives. Her involvement was acknowledged in 2014 with the coveted AC&E Jon Clark Outstanding Contribution Award. In 2019 Julie won the highly coveted Mumbrella Industry Leader of the Year award.



Chris Bevan


Chris Bevan is a lawyer of 37 years’ experience in corporate governance, corporations law, taxation law and the law relating to charitable organisations as an advisor and advocate. He has appeared in cases in those areas of law in various State Supreme Courts, the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia. Chris maintains barrister’s chambers at the Sydney and Melbourne Bars. Chris is a former adjunct lecturer in postgraduate taxation law at UNSW and lecturer in corporate governance for the UNSW, Legal Wise Seminars and Law Society of NSW continuing legal education programs.

Chris has been a non-executive director of several family companies and the corporate trustee of a superannuation fund. Chris has had over 30 years of membership of committees of various peak professional bodies responsible for vetting draft legislation, including the Tax Institute and the Bar Association of NSW, and is a former chairman of the Legislation Committee of the Tax Institute.



Dr Patrick Concannon


Dr Patrick Concannon recently retired after 14 years in private medical practice as a consultant developmental paediatrician. Prior to that he was the Service Director for the Lower North Shore Child and Family Health Service and Senior Staff Specialist at Royal North Shore Hospital for 27 years.

His particular interests and experience are in child and adolescent ADHD, autism and the associated co-existing mental health issues. He is a life member of the Neurodevelopmental and Behavioural Paediatric Society of Australasia and has served on State and Federal ADHD committees.

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Kammeron Cran

Kammeron Cran is Founder of The Team Space, a boutique executive and team coaching practice collaborating with leaders, teams and individuals to create deliberate and conscientious leadership and team development.

Kammeron is also co-creator of the Purposeful Teams leadership framework and runs Cultivating Purposeful Teams workshops both as a public and in-house Programs; as well as being a certified Resilience Coach.

Prior to being an executive coach (IECL certified) and leadership development consultant, Kammeron was a senior executive with News Corp for 15 years, developing other leaders and transforming teams in Consumer sales and marketing and helping to grow the digital subscriptions business for the Herald Sun. Kammeron is also on the boards of Red Nose Australia, and the National Lotteries and Newsagents Association.



Genevieve Donnelly


Genevieve Donnelly is an experienced clinician with extensive experience across the health and aged care sectors. With a wealth of knowledge in private, not for profit and government roles, Genevieve has delivered on large scale, national programs with a focus on quality improvement and digital transformation.

Throughout her career, Genevieve has been instrumental in the development and implementation of clinical and data governance frameworks , building organisational capability in the use of data to drive patient outcomes.



Monica Ikladios

Masters of Business Technology (UNSW), Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Hons) (UNSW); GAICD

Monica Ikladios has been involved with the digital and ecommerce space since 1998. Initially involved as a Programmer and then as a Senior Manager in various ecommerce and digital roles across a variety of commercial organisations.

Monica is currently a National Manager who is responsible for the development and implementation of Digital Marketing strategies focusing on the merging of data, disruptive digital marketing and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).

She has spoken at various events on a variety of topics such as; Digital disruption, How to communicate data and the Importance of big data.



Jazz Singer Goldberg

Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology, Graduate Diploma in Psychological Science (Honours), and Graduate Diploma in education

Jazz Singer Goldberg is currently a Behavioural Therapist, about to complete a Masters to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). For the last 11 years Jazz has been passionately working to support families and their children through to young adults with diverse disabilities, learning difficulties and challenging behaviours.

Her experience has ranged from home and community access support within large organisations, and privately through NDIS, to creating behavioural support plans, adaptive functioning skills, emotional regulation and mindfulness workshops. She has delivered individualised learning plans for young adults specifically with ADHD and Autism to develop skills for entering education and workplace contexts.

Jazz is passionate, patient and motivated about supporting young people with ADHD. She always strives to increase her evidenced based knowledge and skill sets and always aims to collaboratively and respectfully work with families and their communities to ensure everyone, including the young person, their family, educators and community have access to suitable resources and support.

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Matthew Tice

BS Industrial and Operations Engineering (University of Michigan), MBA (Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business), MAICD

Matthew Tice is a proven and experienced CEO / Managing Director with a strong track record of delivering results.  An expert in strategy and innovation, his experience working with organisations in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Australia has delivered billions of dollars of economic value and significant social impact.  Matthew is a leading strategic advisor to businesses helping them to address disruptive change brought on by emerging business models, technology and changing social and customer dynamics.

He is an author of two books, the most recent being Insurgence: How Established Incumbents Can Operate Like Nimble Insurgents in Fast Changing and Volatile Markets (2020). Matthew is an experienced Non-Executive Director. He brings these talents and expertise to the board as well as his passion for improving the lives of persons living with ADHD.



Chris Brideson


Chris Brideson is a senior consulting professional and business executive with over 30 years experience in the financial services industry, in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region. His experience covers strategy, business transformation and risk management.  He has an extensive track record of working with clients and other stakeholders to resolve strategic/complex issues and deliver significant performance improvements.

Chris is the principal and co-founder of a specialist advisory firm that provides governance and risk management advice to boards and senior executives of financial services companies.