Kalyna Care Board Members
Appointed 16/11/2014Associate Diploma of Business (Marketing), Certificate in Governance Practice (CSA) and Sales and Marketing background obtained in Book Publishing, Food Manufacturing and Retail industries.
Dr. Igor Jakubowicz
Dr Jakubowicz's associations and qualifications include - LMusA.(AMEB), MBBS (Melbourne), MFM (Monash), GDForMed (Monash), GAICD, MRACGP.
Igor is a full-time general practitioner with extensive aged-care experience.
With over 20 years experience as director in various roles of Not-For-Profit Community Health organisations.
Appointed 16/11/2014Dip. Civil Engineering, Grad Cert. Performance Based Building and Fire Codes. Registered Building Surveyor, Building Inspector and Draftsperson. Directorships: - Overnewton Anglican Community College - Building Practitioners Board of Victoria - M&K Building Consultants P/L - Matas Investment P/L. Member of: AIBS,IIEA,IAA. Over 30 years experience in community based board and committees
B.Ec.(Monash), LL. B.(Melbourne).
An Australian Legal Practitioner with 32 years’ experience specialising in Insurance & Personal Injury Law.
Managed Private Practice and currently operating as a Legal Costs consultant.
B.Sc.(Monash), B.Ec.(Latrobe). MHA.(UNSW) is the Executive Director of Sovereign Health, 10 years’ experience as a Clinical Biochemist , 5 years’ experience as a Manager Human Resources at Royal Children's Hospital.
Director, General Services & Special Projects (RCH), 20 years’ experience as an Independent Consultant in management of Diagnostic Services, 5 years’ experience as a Manager and Director of private health and hospital services.
As a qualified accountant (Dip Business Studies and CPA) has held many senior management roles within the private (large multi-national company), public and not for profit sector.
Anna was General Manager of Kalyna Care (formerly known as the Ukrainian Elderly People’s Home) from 2007 to 2010 and a previous Director of Kalyna Care for 8 years, including Chairman of the Board, and Dnister Credit Co-Operative Limited for around 2 years.
Partner of national law firm Clayton Utz since 1999 where he heads the Commonwealth infrastructure practice.
Marko acted for Kalyna Care on its 2010 development and is acting on the Vision 2025 development.
Marko is also on the board of the Dnister Ukrainian Credit Co-operative Limited; the chair of the Ukrainian Studies Support Fund; and on the boards of Roads Australia and the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
Roman has 23 years experience in his own business documenting and training business systems and processes for large corporate clients and government departments.
Primarily has been engaged in projects implementing changes and improvements to management processes. Also, for ten years, specialised in the processes used by the Department of Defence to maintain and operate its bases throughout Australia.