Our Board

The Board of Cerebral Palsy Tasmania is made up of 9 Directors from various commercial and industry backgrounds, who volunteer their time to oversee the strategic direction of the organisation. 


Rev. David Parker



George Piechowiak is a retired Inspector of Police and joined the Board of Cerebral Palsy Tasmania in 2006.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Graduate Certificate in Applied Management. George believes his background in administration and management including access to a broad network of community contacts will be an advantage to Cerebral Palsy Tasmania.  George urges anyone who wishes to discuss any matters concerning CP Tas to contact him via the Contact Us page. 


Board Members 

 Colin_Allen_Photo_1smColin Allen graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Business, and  is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). He is also a Member of the Institute of Management Consultants (MIMC) and the Australian Institute of Management (MAIM).

 Colin is a founding director of his own business established in 1999 to consult in general business development encompassing marketing, operations, finances and strategic development. He has considerable experience as a practicing director on several boards, and has been a Board Member of Cerebral Palsy Tasmania since June 2006.

Mr Tony Duncan

   Michael_sm Michael Mulley has over 20 years experience across financial services with roles incorporating banking, financial planning and superannuation. Michael is with the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet. He holds a Bachelor of Business, Masters in Financial Planning and several Post graduate Diplomas in Financial Planning. Michael has been married to Rebecca for 17 years and has a 5 year old daughter Alexandria. Together with his role with DPAC and Board position with CPTAS He is an Officer in the Australian Army Reserve.


Rev. Tim Mattom-Johnson

frank_pearce1.jpgFrank Pearce has been Glenorchy City Council's General Manager since July 2001.  He is a CPA and has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Economics plus a Master of Business Administration Degree.

Frank has extensive local government experience in addition to his role at Glenorchy, with 7 years at senior management level at the City of Fremantle in WA.  Prior to that, he managed the internal audit and treasury functions for Transperth, Perth's public transport provider. He previously worked for a variety of Commonwealth Government agencies in Western Australia, gaining extensive experience in accounting, performance auditing, general administration and management.

Frank is the President of Local Government Managers Australia (Tasmania) and is an active member of the Glenorchy Rotary Club.

Mrs. Janine Romaneszco 

Phillip Mollineaux


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