His Honour Lloyd Kingsley Newman AM
Kingsley's experience as Senior Judge of the Children's Court of SA, and his work in reforming boot camps for young offenders into programs offering work skills and employment options, led to the establishment of Operation Flinders for young people at risk. He was the major benefactor for The Myanmar Project and continues to support projects to alleviate the burden of lymphoedema in developing countries. Now retired, Kingsley continues as Vice Patron of Operation Flinders and Vice Patron of the Bay to Birdwood Run, SA.
LKN Foundation Board members
Jan Douglass PhD
Jan is a Consultant in Lymphoedema Management with 25-years clinical and research experience spanning multiple aetiologies and resource settings. Her work with people affected by lymphatic filariasis- and podoconiosis-related lymphoedema has influenced the delivery of national programs in several countries.
Managing Director: Moving Lymph Pty Ltd
Adjunct Assoc Prof, James Cook University
Patricia Graves MSPH, PhD
Tricia is a technical consultant and scientist dedicated to the improved prevention and control of tropical diseases and alleviation of their chronic effects using the best evidence.
She divides her time between academic research, advisory roles on policy, and evaluation of implementation programmes.
Director: EpiVec Consulting
Adjunct Professor, James Cook University
Louise Sparks, BMgmt, JP, CMC
Louise has over 20 years experience in not for profit, government and private organisations. She is passionate about social justice and empowerment, and applies her skills in governance risk and process, to guide new ideas and innovations toward equity and fairness, and continuous improvement.
Louise is a Justice of the Peace, Marriage Celebrant, Life Coach and Crisis Councillor. Her mantra is “Live your best Life”.