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Board Members

Board President

Dr Andi Diamond

Appointed to the Board May 2015

Appointed President May 2015

Andi is the Chief Executive of Monash Council, one of Victoria’s most populous municipalities, where she has been for three years. In this role she oversees a $160 million budget and a workforce of 770 equivalent full time staff.

Prior to her current role she served as CEO of Yarra Council for four years. She holds a BA Social Work, Master of Business Administration and a Doctorate of Business and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Andi started her career as a social worker, working as part of Victoria’s first sexual assault team. She went on to train both child protection workers and Victoria Police officers in interview techniques.

Her career in local government grew after Andi took on manager and director roles at Boroondara Council, Shire of Melton and Monash Council.

Andi is Deputy Chair Regional Development Australia Melbourne East Committee.


Board Member

Jasmine Doak

Appointed to the Board June 2017 

Appointed Deputy President October 2017

Jasmine is an experienced lawyer, industrial relations, and human resources professional and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jasmine’s career includes senior legal and management roles at leading organisations including Minter Ellison, Mazda Australia and Linfox.

Currently Jasmine is the Group Counsel – Employee and Industrial Relations at AGL Energy Ltd. AGL is one of Australia's leading integrated energy companies and largest ASX listed owner, operator and developer of renewable energy generation in the country.

Jasmine is also a committed board member and company secretary of the NSCA Foundation, Australia’s leading  member-based safety organisation focused on improving workplace health and safety throughout Australia.

Jasmine is often engaged as a professional speaker and facilitator in a range of areas including women in leadership, mental health in the workplace and strategic industrial relations.


Board Member

Stuart Alford

Appointed to the Board September 2013

Stuart joined the MFB Board following a distinguished career as a chartered accountant, having worked for international accounting firm Ernst and Young for 40 years, including 27 years as a partner.

He is currently Chair of the Centre of Excellence for Intervention and Prevention Science Limited, a board member of Eastern Health; Eastern Health Foundation and Kilvington Grammar.

Stuart is also an Audit Committee Member of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority; Chair of the Audit Committee, Australian Accounting Standards Board, and Chair of the Audit Committee, Auditing and Assurance Standards. Stuart is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Board Member

Kylie Hall

Appointed to the Board 15 November 2016

Kylie is a Special Counsel at Holding Redlich and practices in commercial litigation. She has been admitted to practice for over 10 years and has worked in numerous high profile disputes. Kylie has experience in a range of jurisdictions and has been involved in a variety of corporate crime and regulatory matters involving ASIC, the ACCC and IBAC.  Kylie’s experience also extends to general commercial and contractual disputes, insolvency and corporations law.

Kylie is a current member of the Healthy Communities Australia Advisory Committee and a former member of the Shirley Robertson’s Childrens’ Centre Committee of Management, having acted as Vice-President and Secretary.


Board Member

Fiona Chamberlain

Appointed to the Board 27 March 2017
Fiona Chamberlain is the Chief Executive Officer of the County Court of Victoria, an appointment she has held since January 2014.

As CEO, Fiona’s role encompasses a $90 million budget, leadership of 250 corporate staff, and execution of a comprehensive reform agenda to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of the court system.

Prior to joining the County Court, Fiona held executive roles with the Victorian and Northern Territory governments. With Victoria’s Department of Justice and Regulation, she was a Regional Director and the Director of the Victorian Working with Children Check.

As an Executive Director within a number of Northern Territory agencies, Fiona spearheaded an historic increase to investment in housing for indigenous people in remote areas, established a sustainable business model for publicly-funded housing in urban centres, and developed a comprehensive set of housing affordability reforms.    

She holds Master degrees in International Management and Organisational Leadership, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a qualified mediator, and a long-time proponent of systems leadership.

Away from the office, Fiona enjoys spending time with her family, cooking for friends, and supporting the Melbourne Football Club.

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