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Prior to moving to Noosa in 1990 with his wife and their 5 year old son, Rick was a cost accountant with Qantas Airways Ltd then a senior executive with Australia’s largest computer services company.
Rick is a very active member of the local community. He was the founding President of the Tewantin Community Association, founding member and past Chair of the Noosa Community Tourism Board and a former Vice Chairman of Tourism Noosa where he chaired the Corporate Governance and Finance Committee.
Rick has been a member of various Noosa Council working groups including the Transport Reference Group, Tewantin Masterplan committee, and the Strategic Reference Group. He was also a Director of Tourism Sunshine Coast. He was a long standing principal of the National award winning Elders Real Estate business in Tewantin and served on the Elders Queensland Marketing Committee for 5 years.
Rick is now retired and lives in Tewantin with his wife Helen.
In 1988 David, his wife and two young children moved to Noosa from Melbourne and he became a partner in an accounting practise. He chose to become a specialist in the accommodation and hospitality industry servicing clients from Hobart to Port Douglas. In 2012 he became a sole practitioner, selling in February 2017. David remains a member of the Taxation Institute of Australia and is a Registered Tax Agent who consults to his old practice. He now has time to devote to his extended family, travel and follow his love of all sports.
After graduating in 1990 with a Bachelor of Business Trish spent several years working in personnel and training before having children. Since 1998 Trish and her husband Nick have run an online business, The Chartist, providing stock market strategies for self-managed investors. As a small business owner, Trish’s skills are many and varied; from compliance and accounting to website maintenance and book publishing. Trish is actively involved in the Noosa community as President of Cooloola-Noosa Life Education Association and she supports local charities for people experiencing homelessness and housing stress.
Jay is Principal of North Shore Realty in Marcoola and Coolum. He and his family have been on the North Shore for over a decade. When not working‚ look on the beach‚ Jay is an avid surfer.
Elizabeth Reynolds graduated in law from Auckland University as a Barrister and Solicitor and has practised as both for many years in Auckland, London and Australia, her specialty being commercial and business law.
She was the founding principal of LAWTEL, the first Australia wide legal telephone advice service, operating in every state. Elizabeth has sat on a number of boards over the years and is very happy to have been an Australian citizen for many years.
Owning and operating award winning tourist properties is another passion and for a number of years, Elizabeth has been on the Tourism Noosa Ltd Board, for the last three years as Deputy Chair.
Sharing the outstanding differences and benefits of the Community Bank® model with all she meets is also a constant pleasure for Elizabeth.
Tony comes from a background in consumer marketing. He had the opportunity to create his own business providing expert and professional advice in product development, business management and strategic planning.
He joined SCCFSL in 2017 after more than five years as a director of Pine Rivers Community Finance Limited (PRCFL), who manage the Samford and Brendale Community Bank branches of Bendigo Bank.
Tony has been a member of three Rotary Clubs since 1991, and is currently a member of Alexandra Headland. He has been a Rotary Club president three times and Assistant Governor. He has held many Rotary Club directorships and leadership and training roles within Rotary Districts in NSW and Qld. Tony has been awarded a Paul Harris Fellow four times for his contribution to and outstanding service with Rotary.
Tony and his wife, Marilyn have been married 46 years and have two adult children and three delightful grandchildren.
Guy Hamilton is a proven industry leader in financial services and has held a range of Board, CEO, and Senior Executive Management roles in the industry. During a 35 year career with HSBC Group he lived and worked in eight countries including Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East and has held direct business responsibilities for activities across 15 countries. He has held multiple management roles associated with developing, or restructuring, businesses in 20+ countries covering segments from Consumer Finance through to Corporate and Institutional.
He currently acts as an Advisor to the Board for 3 start-up / fast growth enterprises and sits on the Board of an Aged Care service provider and also a substantial Consumer Retailer.
Guy Hamilton is a regular guest lecturer on the Executive MBA program run by the Graduate Business School of Queensland University of Technology. He is the author of a book written for SME businesses titled “10 Foundations of Success” and is a long serving member of Business Mentoring Noosa who provide voluntary mentoring services to local businesses. He has mentored 10 businesses over the past 24 months. He provides senior executive coaching services on request.
Guy Hamilton has written multiple strategic and business plans over his career ranging from global businesses down to small start-ups. His core focus is on fast and effective commercialization of business models and plans and ensuring business disciplines and best practices will convert plans into executable actions which can deliver required results and success.
Toby relocated from Sydney to the Sunshine Coast in May 2017 with his partner and young family. In July 2017 started a consultancy service called Performance Matters, providing Human Resource services to local businesses.
Toby holds a Bachelor Degree from the University of New South Wales, Sydney (1985-1989) and a certificate in Human Resource Management from Columbia University, New York. (2010)
Since graduating from the University of NSW in 1989, his business experience has included capital markets, financial services, telecommunications and more recently healthcare and pharmaceuticals.
Before leaving Sydney, he was Human Resources Director, Australia and New Zealand for a global biopharmaceutical company called AbbVie.
In May 2018, he officially joined SCCFS Ltd to supplement the current human resource experience on the board.
Toby is passionate about community banking and the successful partnership between Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Ltd and SCCFS Ltd on the Sunshine Coast and he wants to support that continued success into the future.