Governance

AudA’s Board, Committees, CEO, and Executive guide the delivery of its strategic plan and direction across five key pillars
  • Government relations and advocacy
  • Professional standards and member services
  • Public relations
  • Stakeholder engagement and communications
  • Professional Development

 

Read more about AudA’s purpose, vision, and values.

 

 

The AudA Board

Governed by 9 directors and lead by the Board President, the AudA Board of Directors is elected by eligible voting members. Directors elected onto the Board have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of Audiology Australia, which is legally binding under the Corporations Act 2001.  Directors on the Board do not represent their employer or a constituency of the membership at meetings, and they cannot make decisions based on pecuniary interests.  All Directors must declare any conflicts of interest prior to each meeting and recuse themselves if required, and the Board keeps a living record of Directors’ interests. The Board is responsible for overseeing the performance and growth of Audiology Australia as the peak body of the audiology profession, and for working with management to ensure delivery of its strategic objectives and services to its members.

Meet the Board

 

The AudA Executive

The AudA CEO is assisted in delivering on its strategic plan and direction by the executive team. Setting a culture of professionalism, leadership, innovation and integrity, the executive team is responsible for meeting AudA’s strategic priorities of member services, professional development, policy and advocacy and marketing and communications.

Meet the Team

 

Governance Documents

Strategic Plan 2018-23

Annual Report 2021

AudA Constitution