School Board

Members of the School Board

Chair of the Board

Adrian Boeing (North Balga parent) –  I am father of two children, the oldest attends North Balga LDC. I represent North Balga & parents’ views on the Board to improve our children’s educational outcomes, ensure a well-rounded experience and continued support beyond the school. I am the Automation Manager at Epiroc, and hold an Adjunct position at The University of Western Australia. I have previous teaching experience at various universities, and have been involved in a variety of volunteer computer societies. I bring my experience to the Board to help achieve the best outcomes for the students.


Lisa Gannon

Community Member

Brooke Sanderson is a speech pathologist and has worked across the health professions in various leadership and capacity building roles over the last decade. Brooke currently works as Director of Fieldwork – Speech Pathology at Curtin University, where she leads the speech pathology fieldwork program.

Brooke is committed to and passionate about advancing the scholarship of health professional education; her current research activities are in the area of student resilience, the expectations of the millennial learner and employability.

She demonstrates a commitment to contributing to the speech pathology profession and wider community.  Brooke has served as a national University accreditor for Speech Pathology Australia (SPA), is serving her third term as a Director of Speech Pathology Australia and is the current Vice President Operations of the Association.  Brooke commenced her speech pathology career in 2008 as a speech pathologist at the NEMLDC and is proud and honoured to continue to serve the school and the NEMLDC community as a School Board member.

Anna Taylor (Speech and Language Specialist)

My passion for working with children with speech and language difficulties in schools began when I joined the NEMLDC as a Speech Pathologist over a decade ago. I have recently joined the team at MultiLit, and am delighted to continue my connection with the NEMLDC as a Community Representative on the School Board.

To the Board I bring extensive experience in the delivery of speech pathology services in an educational context. I have ongoing interests in oral language and literacy development.  Having worked closely with children with Developmental Language Disorder for many years, I understand the importance of continued, high quality intervention and support.

I believe that when families, schools and communities work together children do better and are happier at school. As a Community Representative on the Board, I endeavour to strengthen the school’s capacity to best meet the learning and social needs of students.


Parent Representatives

Emma Dorotich (West Morley)

Moones Mohebati (West Morley) – I am a mother to a son, who is currently attending year 1, his 3rd & final year at the LDC in West Morley. I have always been involved with our local community, whether it’s being part of the committees or working with children. I am passionate about ensuring children reach their potential, and that both parents and the community work together to nurture them to make this happen. “Children are the most precious treasure a community can possess, for in them are the promise and guarantee of the future.”

I love travelling, watching movies, and spending time with family.

School Representatives

Denise Grassi (Deputy)

Terri Morris (Teacher)