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John Boyd – President

Mr Boyd has extensive experience in the integrity field, including in corruption prevention and public sector ethics. From 1993 to 2009, he was the Manager, Corruption Prevention at the Crime and Misconduct Commission. He spent more than eight years as a member of the Regional Conduct Review Panels and later the Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal.

Mr Boyd holds a Bachelor of Economics, a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science. He was a registered psychologist for more than 40 years. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Internal Auditors, a Fellow of the International Institute of Public Ethics and is a Member of the Queensland Corruption Prevention Network and many others.

Members

Gail Hartridge

Mrs Hartridge is a barrister-at-law in private practice, as a member of Wilberforce Chambers, and principally practices in administrative law, tax, commercial and occupational regulation. She is also a Deputy Public Interest Monitor.

Prior to establishing a private practice in 2014, Mrs Hartridge held senior legal roles in the Queensland Government (most recently Assistant Counsel, Queensland Treasury and Trade). Between 1992 and 1999, Mrs Hartridge was General Counsel of the Queensland Office of Financial Supervision, a statutory body that regulated non-bank financial institutions.

Mrs Hartridge has previously served as a member of the Brisbane City Council, Councillor Conduct and Review Committee (2016–2018), as a community member of the Queensland Board of the Psychology Board of Australia (2014–2017) and as a non-executive director of AHM, a public company limited by guarantee which operated as a health insurance fund (2005–2009). Other voluntary positions formerly held include National and State President of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, and member of the Government Lawyers Committee, Queensland Law Society.

June Anstee

Ms Anstee has 29 years experience as a practicing lawyer with extensive knowledge of court practice and procedure having worked in both the public and private sectors. She has significant experience in workplace and discrimination matters and public sector health inquiries and investigations. Ms Anstee has previously served as a member of the Brisbane City Councillor Conduct Review Panel, the Local Government Regional Conduct Review Panels and the Mental Health Review Tribunal. She has significant experience as an advisor to boards, executive committees, Local Government, and to the Medical & Behavioural Sciences Human Research and Ethics Committees of Macquarie University. Ms Anstee holds a Bachelor of Education a Bachelor of Laws, a Graduate Diploma in Health and Medical Law and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice.

Susan Johnson

Ms Johnson has extensive experience in Local Government discipline matters, investigations, law, public administration and public sector ethics having worked in and with public sector agencies for more than 30 years. She is the former Chair of the Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal and was a member of the Regional Conduct Review Panels since their inception in 2010. Ms Johnson was a Director of Research and Corruption Prevention at the former Crime and Misconduct Commission. Ms Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws and a Master of Business Administration and is a member of Transparency International and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Rodney Metcalfe

Mr Metcalfe has been involved in local government for 20 years. He was previously an Assistant Commissioner (public service) on the Queensland Health Quality and Complaints Commission and also was the Deputy Ombudsman. He has been a member of a Regional Conduct Review Panel or the Tribunal since 2010 and has chaired more than 45 panel hearings. Mr Metcalfe has a Bachelor of Laws.

Tamara O’Shea

Ms O’Shea has over 20 years’ experience in the public sector, most recently as the Acting Director-General of the Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs and as the Director-General of the Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing. Ms O’Shea will bring in-depth experience of public sector ethics to the Tribunal.