QCOSS welcomes two Honorary Life Members

  • Mark Tucker-Evans and Peter Emery become QCOSS lifetime honorary members
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At the 2018 AGM QCOSS welcomed two new Honorary Life Members – Mark Tucker-Evans and Peter Emery

Mark Tucker-Evans: Mark Tucker-Evans was the QCOSS Chair, a member of the Governance Committee, and QCOSS representative to the ACOSS Board between 2014 – 2016. Mark is the Chief Executive of COTA Qld, Chair of Health Consumers Queensland, and Executive Member of the Queensland Clinical Senate. Mark was previously a board member of CheckUp Australia.

Previously Mark has held CEO roles within research, media, industry and professional associations in NSW and Qld and developed significant expertise in issues related to Consumer and Community Engagement and Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.

Above: Mark Tucker-Evans receives his Honorary Life Membership from QCOSS Director, Faiza El-Higzi

Peter Emery: Peter has over 38 years’ experience in management as a lawyer, investment banker, general manager, company director and consultant. Peter spent the first five years of his career in private legal practice and then joined the NatWest Group, a leading international bank, as Corporate Counsel. Over a period spanning some 15 years, Peter enjoyed a variety of senior and general management positions in Sydney and Melbourne.

Peter is currently Chair of TransitCare and advisory board member of Artius Group as well as running his own consultancy. He is a facilitator for various Australian Institute of Company Directors education programs including the Company Directors Course and The Not for Profit Board. Peter has degrees in Arts and Law and postgraduate qualifications in Management. He holds the Australian Institute of Company Directors Advanced Diploma and is an accredited mediator and trainer.

Above: QCOSS Board Director, Nadia Curry presents Peter Emery with his Honorary Life Membership

15 November 2018