School Board

Members of the School Board

Board Calendar 2019

Minutes June 26 2019

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.

Principal – 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.

Lisa Gibson (North Morley Primary School Principal)

Parent Representatives

Andrea Mladonivc (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)