The Board members elected at the 2014 AGM bring together a diverse range of backgrounds and amazing talent.

President: Julian Krieg, Immediate past Chair and Executive Officer, Regional Men’s Health Initiative, Western Australia, President of the Rural Financial Counselling Service of WA, Board member Keystart Home Loans, Western Australian Rural Achiever of the year 2008, Finalist WA Senior Australian of the year 2010 and previously Board member of Suicide Prevention Australia and Director of Agricultural Education, WA Department of Education.

Vice-President: Greg Millan, Director, Men’s Health Services, NSW, President, Men’s Health Forum NSW inc. Member, International Society for Men’s Health, Member, Board of Advisors, Men’s Health Network USA, Member, Board of Advisors, Toronto Men's Health Network, Canada.

Secretary: Dr.Anthony Brown, Adjunct Fellow at the Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre at the University of Western Sydney and Chair of Global Action on Men’s Health. He has 15 years’ experience research men’s health issues and assisting health services be more accessible and relevant to men and boys.  He has particular research interests in the positive contributions that men and boys make to their communities (especially through volunteering and community participation); and in the needs, concerns and contributions of older men. In his day job Anthony is Executive Director of Health Consumers NSW.

Treasurer: Ken Meldrum: Ken is a registered nurse and has worked for years across the Sunshine Coast and Gympie areas establishing programs and service initiatives to support male health and well-being including established a Male Health Initiative titled “Men on Track” in partnership with Cooloola Human Services Network and the Sunshine Coast Division of GPs.

Committee Members

Kim Hopkins, Community Development, Wyong Neighbouhood Centre Inc., Chair, Central Coast Community Council Inc. Committee, Men’s Interagency Central Coast Inc.,  Men’s Health Forum NSW, Board Member,. Prev. Executive Officer and President, Men’s Sheds Central Coast Inc , Prev. committee Older Men's Network Inc. NSW.

Peter Kelly  is currently a Health Promotion Officer with Barwon Health (based in Geelong, Victoria). He is Co-ordinator of the Barwon Male Health Network and a member of the Ten To Men Community Reference Group for the National Longitudinal Study on Male Health.

Peter Mitchell is the CEO of the regional/remote men’s support and advocacy organisation Mens Outreach Service Inc (MOS), based in Broome WA.  He has been in the senior manager’s role at the helm of MOS for 6 years; prior to that he worked in a number of community development roles, mainly with indigenous clients in the remote and cultural context of the Kimberley region. He was also a member of the MOS board prior to joining the staff, and has a long standing interest in advancing the importance of men’s social and emotional wellbeing as being vital to overall family and community harmony.

Paul Mischefski is a Queensland-based journalist and researcher with over 40 years experience in editorial and administrative roles in mainstream and alternative media in New Zealand, the United States and Australia. He is a strong advocate for men’s, boys’ and community wellbeing and support services, has written extensively on men’s social issues and has represented at both State and Federal Government levels.  He is a long-term executive member of Queensland service organisation Men’s Wellbeing Inc, editor of Mentor magazine and an experienced presenter at men’s and community conferences. Paul is also a member of Queensland’s Men’s Eldership Circle.

Grant Westthorp has been working for the past 4 years to assist men live longer, happier and healthier lives as Manager of the Men’s Resource Centre in the Great Southern of Western Australia. Grant is passionate about getting men and the community to accept the preventative health message and to embrace that happiness is only achieved when there is a balance across the individual’s mental and physical health and social wellbeing.