Brendan BlomeleyChairperson (Joined 2019)
Ross ArriolaDeputy Chair (Joined 2016)
Campbell LennoxTreasurer (Joined 2018)
Robin DeLuciaBoard Member (Joined 2021)
Josie SinnamonBoard Member (Joined 2021)
Glen PooleBoard Member (Joined 2017)
Brendan Blomeley MBA, FAICD, FIML
Chairperson (Joined 2019) is CEO of the Tasmanian Racing Club and has Lived Experience as a Dad in Distress. He is also an Alderman on the Clarence City Council and is a former Federal and State Ministerial Adviser and Chief of Staff to the Chief Government Whip in the Senate. Brendan offers PBB the benefit of his experience at all three levels of Government, with extensive proven success in Corporate and Government Relations. He is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Institute of Managers and Leaders. Brendan also holds an MBA and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course.
Deputy Chair (Joined 2016) is the current Lead Facilitator at the DIDs Sydney CBD group and has Lived Experience as a Dad in Distress. Associated with PBB since 2015, Ross was appointed to the Board in 2016 and served as Chairperson in 2017. Outside of his volunteer role with PBB, Ross is an experienced technology professional of 25 years having held sales & management roles in the ICT industry for companies such as IBM, HPE and Telstra. Ross works for Infosys as a Practice Engagement Manager focused on some of the largest public sector projects within Australia. Ross has tertiary and technical qualifications in Business and IT and is currently completing his Executive MBA with the AGSM, University of New South Wales.
Treasurer (Joined 2018) has been Lead Facilitator at the Dads in Distress Hornsby group in Sydney since 2016. Campbell was appointed to the Board of PBB in 2018 and has served as Treasurer before taking over as Interim CEO in October 2020 through to April 2021. Campbell is the former Managing Director of Toys R Us Australia and has over 25 years of experience in Retail. During his career Campbell has held executive level positions for some of Australia’s top retail organisations including Shell Australia, Woolworths, Coles Group and Harvey Norman. His qualifications include an MBA (Southern Cross University) and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Campbell is also a Global Goodwill Ambassador.
Board Member (Joined 2017) has more than 20 years experience working with men and boys in the UK and Australia. He is CEO of the Australian Men’s Health Forum and is now serving his second term on the PBB Board. Glen is the founder of Stop Male Suicide, a suicide prevention training company and is a current member of the Expert Advisory Panel working with Christine Morgan, the Prime Minister’s Special Advisor on Suicide Prevention.
Josie Sinnamon MSW, Grad Dip Counselling, BHSc (Honours)
Board Member (Joined 2021) is a current facilitator of PBB’s Mum’s In Distress (MIDs) group. Josie has worked in public health supporting suicide prevention in rural and remote health regions, particularly for men experiencing farming distress. Josie has also worked on parenting programs in support of young mothers, post-natal depression groups, positive parenting skills and worked with children with trauma backgrounds. Josie is also passionate about supporting families, child and youth mental health and a specialised interest in domestic and family violence, divorce, separation and parental alienation.
Josie’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Health Science (Public Health), Master of Social Work and a Graduate Diploma in child, youth and family counselling. Josie has also held prior Chair positions for regional Physical Activity and Health Working group and Chair of the Colorectal Cancer Steering committee.
Board Member (Joined 2021) has more than 20 years in leadership and director roles working for Blue Chip companies such as Bank of America, American Express and IBM. She also held a Corporate Services Director role for an Australian telco leading HR, Facilities and OH&S. Robin is an accredited Gallup Strengths Coach and she now runs her own business as a Career Coach, helping people achieve careers they will love.
Robin is passionate about supporting mums and dads during breakup, having gone through her own lived experience as a child, parent and step-parent touched by divorce. Robin contributes to other not-for-profit organisations, providing HR advice, career workshops, resume and interview skills, to help skilled migrants and youth succeed in their careers.