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Sue Wundenberg


A senior executive with 25 years’ experience plus within the building industry. A proven track record in Sales Management and State Management within CSR. A team oriented strategic thinker possessing high level of problem solving capabilities and communication skills and the passion and determination to get the job done.

Colin Campbell


Colin has over a decade of experience in risk management, compliance and project governance during his time employed in numerous roles with South Africa’s second largest administrator of private medical funds, Metropolitan Health and MMI Holdings Ltd.

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Initially specialising in information systems auditing, Colin expanded into information and enterprise risk management before taking on the role of Chief Risk Officer, where he successfully integrated functions and restructured business units across three entities to create the new Governance and Compliance business unit without compromising service delivery.

Immigrating to Australia from South Africa with his family three years ago, Colin joined the Consulting business area of Price Waterhouse Coopers as Senior Manager. As a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and with a keen interest in demonstrating the value of risk management to business, Colin has led several project governance reviews including sitting on the Project Board for a life assurance company undertaking significant changes to their core administration systems.

Joining the Inclusive Sport SA Board as Director in 2015, Colin now calls the Adelaide Hills his home where he and his family are members of the the local tennis and football clubs.

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Dr Shannon Schedlich


Dr Shannon Schedlich is the CEO of the Media Centre for Education Research Australia (MCERA). She has previously worked in government, community engagement, universities, change leadership and governance reform. Shannon holds a doctorate from the University of Newcastle.

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She was Chief of Staff to the Minister for Disabilities when South Australia signed up as the first state to join the NDIS.

Shannon is on her local school’s governing council, is a Community Ambassador for Catherine House, and is one of three external mentors currently participating in the SA Police’s pilot mentoring program.

In her downtime, Shannon has two primary-aged children, as well as two stepchildren. She is assisting her husband in the writing of his memoir, providing the social history context for his story of adoption in twentieth century Australia.

Dr Kerrie Lante


Dr Kerrie Lante is an academic in Disability and Community Inclusion at Flinders University. She is a disability professional with extensive experience in working with people with intellectual disability, their families and caregivers. She enjoys creating an awareness, promoting an understanding and linking students across different disciplines

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so to foster their understanding of the role of disability and allied health professionals and how they can work alongside each other.  In her role as an academic and researcher, Kerrie’s industry experience has given her the opportunity to impart valuable knowledge and experience to emerging professionals in the disability and health sectors.

Originally studying and working in Disability in Melbourne where Kerrie grew up playing tennis and basketball, Kerrie worked as a Research Associate at Sydney University before moving to South Australia and joining Flinders in 2014. Her research interests lie in promoting health and well-being, particularly through physical activity and Active Support, enhancing quality of life, community engagement and Inclusive sporting/recreational facilities. Kerrie has also worked across government and non-government organisations, promoting physical activity in community-based settings for adults with intellectual disability.

Tom Johnston


Tom is the principal lawyer of Johnston Legal + Advisory. Tom is a commercial disputes and sports lawyer with over twelve years’ experience in commercial law, commissions of inquiry, governance and sports law in Sydney and Adelaide. Outside of work, in addition to his role as a Board Director at Inclusive Sport SA,

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Tom is also a Board Director of The Disability Trust in NSW, the Honorary Solicitor to Rugby Union SA, a panel member of the State Sport Disputes Centre (of Sport SA) and a member of the Australian New Zealand Sports Law Association. Tom’s interest in the disability sector began when he worked as a disability support worker for various service providers in Sydney whilst at University.

Originally from Northern NSW, Tom now resides in Adelaide with his wife and three children and still tries to kick a rugby ball and run regularly.

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Andrew Ellis


Andrew is a Business Consultant working with the Not-For-Profit sector to grow their capacity and impact with the people they are serving. With over 13 years in the Not-For-Profit sector in Board and CEO roles, Andrew has experience leading organisations through significant change, including adapting to the NDIS.

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He was previously the CEO of Multiple Sclerosis SA/NT and Hockey SA. Before this, Andrew worked in engineering for 15 years including global leadership of sales, marketing and business strategy, and regional leadership for quality management.

Andrew has Masters’ degrees in Business Administration and Project Management, is a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Australia (FIEAust).

With an interest to use his commercial skills to build the capacity and impact of Not-For-Profit organisations, Andrew is also a Director of CBM Australia.

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Matthew Thomas


Matthew is the Director (Finance) of JPE Design Studio, Australia’s oldest Architecture firm and joined the Board of ISSA in January 2020.During his career as Chartered Accountant Matthew has worked in a range of industries including Architecture, Insolvency, Health and Wellbeing, as well as a year in Africa working as the CFO of a luxury safari and travel group.

Outside of work, Matthew enjoys family time with his wife and son, volunteers in Australian Refugee Association’s social support program and plays any and all sports including basketball, tennis and netball.

Board Director Applications

Interested in joining the Inclusive Sport SA Board?

ISSA is excited to announce it is currently seeking applications for new directors on the board.

New directors are expected to be appointed in mid-2021. Further details will be provided to successful candidates.

Find out more here.

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