Board

Our Directors are professionals from diverse backgrounds who volunteer their time to be part of Clayton Church Homes and bring a wealth of experience, expertise and passion, both individually and collectively.

Brian Hern

Appointed 1992 and Chairman since 2000.
Brian Hern brings to the Board over 40 years’ experience as a Senior Accountant in a private practice as well as over 25 years’ experience on a number of Aged Care Boards and Trusts of not-for-profit organisations. Brian is a long-standing contributor and leader in the Uniting Church and Community Arts.

Brian Piller

Appointed 1998
Brian Piller has over 50 years’ experience in a range of Executive positions within the mining and petroleum industries with a strong background in systems and finance. Brian volunteers for a number of not-for-profit aged care, Church based and Community Arts organisations.

Hon Lea Stevens

Appointed 2018
Lea brings to the Board over 30 years of broad experiences in leadership and Senior Management positions across South Australia, including State Minister for Health, Senior Executive in SA Health Public Service and as a High School Principal in complex schools across the Northern Adelaide region.

Rosie Osman

Appointed 2016
Rosie Osman has over 20 years’ experience as a Director of a private company, a public unlisted company and several not-for-profit Boards. Rosie was a founder and Director of Accumulus Pty Ltd, and was SA’s first female Certified Financial Planner. In 2000, Rosie was the winner of the SA Telstra Business Women’s Award - Small Business Owner category.

Greg Adey

Appointed 2014
Greg Adey has 35 years’ experience in the provision and management of clinical services including over 10 years as an Executive Manager of aged care services and four years as a private consultant in aged care in Australian and overseas. He also has extensive experience in guiding policy development and quality standards relating to aged care services.

Akos Nagy

Appointed 2012
Akos has extensive experience in Executive Management positions in the corporate sectors, Director of not-for-profit aged care and Cultural and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) organisations with participation in overseas study tours. Akos is also the key link with an affiliated organisation, the Hungarian Caritas Society.

Elizabeth Malcolm

Appointed 2017
Elizabeth (Liz) Malcolm has extensive experience in Senior Management positions across South Australia, including Regional Manager, at Housing SA. Liz has also been responsible for many varied projects including overseeing the $27m disability portion of the Federal Governments Nation Building Economic Stimulus Package and establishing a disability specific community housing organisation. Liz is a graduate of the Institute of Company Directors and has been a Director on several Boards including 3 years as Chair of Uniting Care Wesley Country SA. Through these roles, Liz has gained a sound understanding of Government at all levels, governance and service delivery as well as a deep understanding of the ethos and values of Uniting Church.

“I like the friendships with others, and the care I receive from staff. I feel happy and content and that makes my family happy.”

Audrey

“The staff are very caring. I feel loved and I feel the warmth of everyone I come across.”

Mary

“I live in a Retirement Living unit and enjoy my garden, especially at the back where I have some raised beds where I grow lettuce, spinach, rocket and herbs that I pick for my meals everyday.”

Geoff

“I can travel without worrying about a thing and everyone gets along. It’s the best move I’ve ever made.”

Pauline

“I love the Cafeteria where we can enjoy a good cappuccino while chatting with other residents. We meet every Friday for Happy Hour when we share news over a drink, have a few jokes and celebrate birthdays”

Clinton

“I feel respected, safe, cared for and listened to.”

Joyce