Meet our Board of Management
The MiLife-Victoria Board of Management consists of volunteers from within our community. The election for general membership is a part of the Annual General Meeting.
The Board are responsible for taking a guiding and overseeing role, and must ensure that the financials status of the organisation is sound and that all legal requirements are met. The Board are also required to develop strategy and policy that will support the organisation to deliver high quality services.
Find out more information about the members of the current 2019-2020 Board below.
After working with large companies across the Financial Service and Retail sectors, Mark now focuses my time in helping organisations globally to achieve the fundamental balance between customer service and business efficiencies. Taking all the valuable experiences from GE Capital, ANZ Bank and Coles Supermarkets Mark has now developed a number of programs/initiatives to help organisations unlock millions of dollars’ worth of efficiencies whilst enhancing the customer experience. Mark has a Bachelor of Commence (Accounting and Finance) from Monash University and a post-graduate MBA from Deakin University. Mark is passionate about the role he plays at MiLife-Victoria and values the opportunity he has been given to volunteer his time on the Board.
Darlene NeuDarlene has worked in the Finance Industry for over 30 years with the last six years owning and running a self employed finance business. She loves learning and have completed an MBA. Darlene has a wonderful family and enjoys hanging out with her husband Dennis, son Logan and daughter Lily. In her spare time she is a tennis junkie (though says she watches much better than she plays). Darlene cares about her health and well being and has a desire for travel. Darlene strongly believes we should all have the opportunity to live our best life and working on the board of MiLife-Victoria gives her the opportunity to help contribute and make a difference.
Kelly Langdon is the Manager of the Bentons Square Community Centre who coordinates programs and activities for the community, supporting the local neighbourhood, encouraging participation in social, affordable and inclusive programs for all ages, disadvantaged and minority groups in the community. Kelly is currently studying her Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management. Previously, Kelly worked as a registered BAS agent in the financial sector. Kelly has a daughter with a disability who is registered with the NDIS and has high support needs.
Genevieve is a qualified CPA and a partner in a local accounting practice. She has a Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting and a Diploma of Financial Planning. Prior experience includes banking and finance.