Meet Our Board

Expert, committed leadership

Building resilient foundations for positive mental health in boys and young men requires an exceptional leadership team.

Our Board features the best expertise from various domains who, together, lay the groundwork for achieving meaningful and lasting outcomes.

Our Directors

Andrew Gale

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Andrew joined as Chairman of the Foundation in 2023 and is a strong advocate on the value that young men bring to their community.

Andrew has over 40 years of experience in the financial services sector in executive, consulting, and non-executive director (NED) capacities – especially in the wealth management, financial advice, superannuation, insurance, and mortgage broking sectors.

Andrew has been active in industry and regulatory issues, and engagement with government and senior public policymakers, including through his roles with the Institute of Actuaries, the Financial Services Council (FSC) Advice Board Committee, the SMSF Association and his executive roles.

Andrew has had a strong involvement in the Not For Profit sector, especially through various Global Access Partners (GAP) initiatives including the Working Group on Education and Training in Philanthropy and Social Investment, Founding Director of the Society for Knowledge Economics, and member & Chairman of the Australian Society for Progress & Wellbeing.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts (Actuarial major), Macquarie Uni; Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia (1981); completed MBA (Macquarie) in 1984 (Allan Knott University Medal); and Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Aaron Anderson

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Aaron joined the Top Blokes Foundation Board in 2021. He is a Partner at prestigious legal firm Herbert Smith Freehills and has specialist experience in Workplace Health and Safety law.

He is the author of the publication, Mining Safety Law in Australia (Lexis Nexis, 2012), and was selected for inclusion in the 7th Edition of Best Lawyers in Australia in the practice area of Occupational Health & Safety Law.

Andrew Fitzsimmons

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Andrew is the ex-Principal of Dapto High School, a comprehensive public school based in the Illawarra region of New South Wales. The school employs 125 staff members and proudly educates 1,000 students. Andrew is a member of the NSW Secondary Principal’s Council and has held positions as Assistant Director of Curriculum and a Regional Director of Bradfield College (TAFE).

He joined Top Blokes Foundation Board as a Director to advise on educational matters, particularly boys’ education, and increasing the role of peer-mentoring programs in the education system.

Megan Milman

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Megan joined the Top Blokes Foundation Board in 2022. She has over 20 years of experience in auditing, financial management, risk management, cost control and process improvement working for a range of leading organisations. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland.

As Chief Financial Officer, Megan has been part of the executive leadership group overseeing the growth of one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit health and aged care providers, Bolton Clark. Megan is actively involved in the Chartered Accountants program and provides facilitation and mentoring support for current and future Chartered Accountants.

As Chief Financial Officer, Megan has been part of the executive leadership group overseeing the growth of one of Australia’s largest Not For Profit health and aged care providers. Megan is actively involved in the Chartered Accountants program and provides facilitation and mentoring support for current and future Chartered Accountants.

Omar Braery

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Omar holds a Bachelor of Marketing and Economics from the University of Sydney. A creative marketing executive with over 25 years’ experience in the music industry and, most recently, in the interactive gaming and entertainment industry.

Omar has enjoyed working on multi-faceted marketing campaigns with some of the world’s leading brands such as Xbox, PlayStation, and Disney. He has been one of the leading figures in the Interactive Gaming and Entertainment space across the APAC region.

Richard Cooper

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Following 23 years with KPMG, Richard is an independent business advisor to the owners and senior management of mid-market private companies/businesses, multigenerational family enterprises and the Boards and Management teams of not-for-profits.

Richard focuses on helping clients navigate periods of uncertainty, look beyond the ‘here and now’, make well-informed decisions and achieve sustainable growth. Richard is a globally accredited Family Business Advisor.

Will Grice

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Will is a Fund Manager with the GPT Group and, prior to this, he was with AMP Capital. He is Chair of the Property Council of Australia’s Academy’s Property Investment and Finance Industry Diploma Committee. Will manages a diversified commercial real estate portfolio valued in excess of $2.8b for a leading Australian superannuation fund client which he has been involved in growing through ongoing investment, development and acquisition for over seven years. 

He holds a Master of Applied Finance with Distinction from the University of Newcastle, studied and worked in Germany for some time and completed his Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) through Curtin University and EBS Universität.

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Join us in shaping a thriving future for young males.

We believe in the power of collaboration. Whether you’re a corporate organisation, foundation, small business or an individual, together we can make a significant and lasting impact across local communities. It’s through joint efforts that we can shift the dial for boys and young men, building healthy and safe communities while igniting a sense of purpose. Ready to join forces for positive change?

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At the Top Blokes Foundation, we uphold the highest standards of corporate governance, ensuring transparency and effectiveness in all our operations.

As a registered charity under the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC), we are dedicated to adhering to the ACNC Governance Standards. Our commitment is demonstrated through our annual reporting of activities to the regulator, coupled with a rigorous annual financial audit conducted by HLB Mann Judd.

Our governance is steered by an active and dynamic Board of Directors, collectively driving the achievement of our financial and strategic objectives. Each of our Directors has undergone a thorough assessment as Responsible Persons, diligently fulfilling their required duties.

To further enhance oversight and efficiency, the Board has established two proactive committees that convene monthly: the Finance and Risk Committee, and the Expansion and Growth Committee.

In compliance with all legislative requirements, Top Blokes Foundation is a mandatory reporter, and our team members undergo continuous training to ensure we meet all legislative obligations. Our commitment to proper governance extends beyond compliance, shaping an organisational culture that prioritises accountability, growth, and positive impact.

Guiding Principles

Upholding authenticity, leading by example, fostering openness, curiosity, empowerment, and empathy – these values shape our every action, guiding us in creating positive change, one conversation at a time.

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