Dianne has more than 30 years of business experience and currently operates as an independent consultant for governance, risk and audit. Dianne promotes corporate governance practices that are ‘fit for purpose’. Growing businesses need to adapt their governance and risk processes as they transform from small closely held entities into larger businesses with a wider stakeholder group. Dianne has a balanced, considered perspective and is a strong supporter of informed decision-making.
Dianne is an independent audit committee member for the Victorian Legal Services Board and the Victorian Building Authority and a board member for a not-for-profit organisation. She is chair of Monash University Department of Accounting Advisory Committee.
Previously, Dianne was a board member of the Australian Auditing and Assurance Standards Board and Technical Standards Partner at Pitcher Partners.
Dianne’s expertise includes:
Corporate governance and risk; financial management; financial reporting; audit; professional ethics; development of policies and procedures.
Dianne is a Fellow of ICAANZ and holds a Master of Business Law and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Advanced Accounting. She is a member of AICD and was been a member of the AICD Reporting Committee for the past ten years, retiring in September 2018.
Dianne is author of the AICD Publication: “Financial Fundamentals for Directors”.