Naomi Clarke

A highly respected advocate for the rights of Australians with disability, Naomi has been at the forefront of efforts to enable South Australians with disability to self manage their funding.  

A widely published photographic artist and past recipient of the Arts South Australia Richard Llewellyn Trust award, Naomi has direct experience of advocating for the rights of young people living in residential aged care homes. 

Carol Franklin

A skilled advocate, Carol has worked for a number of community organisations supporting people with disability and family members. 

Carol has been a member of the West Australian government’s advisory committee for the younger people in residential aged care Council of Australian Government’s YPIRAC1 initiative. She is a former committee member of the National Family Carers Voice and the WA Disability Minister’s Advisory Council. After serving as president for a number of years, Carol is currently deputy chair of Carers WA. 

In response to the lack of accommodation options available to people with disability in WA, Carol founded Committed About Securing Accommodation (CASA), a WA based information and advocacy organisation for families. 

Sue Hodgson

A highly respected advocate, Sue has over 30 years experience living and working with people with acquired brain injury.  

She is a past chair of the Tasmanian Minister’s Disability Advisory Committee and co-founder of Headway Tasmania, an information and advocacy service for people living with Acquired Brain Injury. 

Sue has a lifelong interest in inclusive community living for people with disability and was the driving force behind HOPES Incorporated (Housing Options Providing Extra Support), an accommodation service that uses a co-operative living concept to provide housing for people living with acquired brain injury and other neurological disabilities to maximise their independence in a safe environment. 

Dr Bronwyn Morkham

As the Alliance’s National Director, Bronwyn works with the Board to ensure the Alliance’s Mission and Vision are met. She also ensures the Board is kept up to date with the Alliance’s strategic plan and work  and is provided with clear recommendations regarding decisions about the organisation’s future direction and activities.