Meet Our Board
Berry van Vuuren
Berry is a registered nurse with extensive nursing and nursing leadership experience. She has worked in public, private and not for profit organisations in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. She has lead teams in intensive care, the disability sector, interventional cardiology and palliative care. She has been a member of a change management team a few times in her career. She held a senior nursing management role in a private hospital as well as a senior role for the Society for Jewish Handicapped in South Africa.
She currently manages a multidisciplinary team in a not for profit inpatient specialist palliative care unit in Adelaide.
Jill joined the JCS Board as Treasurer in April 2015.
Jill is the Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary for the Nova Group of companies, and has a diverse background in technical, project management, management and finance roles, predominantly in the Defence and technology sectors.
Jill’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science and Mathematics), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master of Commerce (Accounting). Jill is a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Janet Henrie has been a General board member since 2015. She is the financial officer of University of South Australia Students Association. Previously, she had provided financial services to a variety of clients in the not for profit sector for 10 years. Janet and her husband, who have lived in Adelaide for 25 years, are active members of the Jewish community. Janet is the current president of Beit Shalom Synagogue.
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Rabbi Shoshana Kaminsky
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David Joined the JCS Board as a Board member in June 2018.
David is a qualified and registered Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. David’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy, a Master of Applied Science and a Research PhD in Cervical Spine Kinematics from Flinders University of South Australia. He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and The Professional Practice Standards Committee of the Occupational Health Physiotherapy Group of Australia.
David is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of South Australia and works as a Consultant in the field of Occupational Health Physiotherapy.
Tomer is a health researcher with a mixed academic and industry background currently working at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute in Adelaide focusing on diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Aboriginal Australian people. Tomer has increased interest in gut functionality and the role its effect on body and mind, and recent involvement in digital health and delivery of care and health education. “I strongly believe in creating a healthy and vibrant community and provide support through organisational activities offered to community members”