The TYO Board
Tasmanian Youth Orchestras is governed by a voluntary Board with a suite of diverse skills. The Board provides governance oversight for the organisation, including strategic planning, financial control, legal compliance and review of organisational performance. The Board is stable, aligned, progressive and innovative; has led a transformation of the organisation over the last decade and has a strong vision and strategy for the future. The Board is supported by three dedicated sub-committees, which provide focused support and recommendations on specific areas of TYO's activities.
Jonathan is Director of Development at the Great Barrier Reef Foundation and has extensive experience in governance and management of community based not-for-profit organisations.
Jeremy is an IT specialist with strong experience in systems and processes, as well as a parent of two former TYO musicians. After enjoying the great experiences TYO brings its musicians, Jeremy joined the Board in 2014.
Ross is a digital media strategist and enjoys working with businesses at various stages of development. He is member of several other not-for-profit boards and joined the TYO board in 2016.
An international trade specialist, Sally joined the TYO Board in 2020, bringing particular experience in marketing, business development and strategy. Sally chairs TYO's Fundraising & Development Committee.
Mark, Tutti Trumpet with TSO, is a professional musician with an extensive international performance career; a brass teacher, public speaker, and performance coach. Mark chairs TYO's Artistic & Education Committee.
Lyndal is a Chartered Accountant, CFO at Mosaic and former Deputy President of the Australian Red Cross. A former TYO cellist, Lyndal joined the TYO Board in 2022. Lyndal chairs TYO's Finance & Risk Committee.
Ruth joined the TYO board in 2016, bringing a lifelong commitment to fostering the talents and development of people and organisations so they may grow more deeply into their potential.