Our Board

Our Board

Board and Executives

Riverina Community College Ltd is a community business and the organisation is governed by a skills based Board.

The Board utilise a Governance System to set strategic directions, ensure equitable resourcing of the organisation and that contract deliverables are met. The Board is supported by a number of committees who provide advice on budget, financial strategy, performance, audit, risk management and compliance.


Doug Kimberley

Doug became Director of Riverina Community College during the 2015/2016 financial year. Doug has a history of leading and facilitating significant organisation change and development to meet contemporary and sophisticated business based service delivery demands.

He has worked in and with a range of both public and private organisations. His experience includes designing change models as well as, establishing innovative and diverse teams to lead and deliver effective change within Essential Services, Community Services, Engineering and Manufacturing Sectors. Previously a Senior Manager, Doug now engages in Consulting around Governance and Business Mentoring with Boards and Executive Teams.

He has experience at Board level on several Community Service and Government Boards. He was previously Chair of a significant Regional Disability Support Provider in Victoria and is currently an Advisory Director to two other Boards.

Doug is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders, Australia & New Zealand. He holds an MBA, Graduate Diploma of Business, Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Project Management and Diploma of Public Administration.


Justin Marshall

Justin is a Senior Accountant at Meander Valley Council and previous to this was a Senior Manager in the private enterprise division of KPMG. Justin has over 15 years experience in the accounting Industry, providing a range of advisory services to clients throughout Tasmania.

Justin has had experience at Board level in the not-for-profit sector since 2006 and is currently Treasurer of Theatre North Inc and New Horizons Club Inc.

Justin is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Chartered Tax Advisor with the Tax Institute of Australia. Justin holds a Bachelor of Commerce— Accounting Major from the University of Tasmania.


Kim Manwarring

Kim became Director of Riverina Community College in September 2013.

Kim Manwarring has been an active board member of integratedliving Australia Ltd since 1999 and is also currently a board member of UHDAS Inc. Kim has more than 15 years experience in the Community Services sector, working extensively with non profit groups in the area of community development. As a member of the Community Services team of Muswellbrook Council, Kim assisted with the development of a Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and their Communities website.

Kim was awarded Lifetime membership to integratedliving in 2011 for her longstanding commitment to the organisation and sector.

Kim holds a B. Social Science and a Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management.


Peter Barton

Peter has had extensive experience in the Victorian public health sector in government and health in the rural sector with a primary focus on finance and corporate services.

Currently Acting Director of Finance with Wimmera Health Care Group based in Horsham, he was previously based in Daylesford as Director of Finance and Corporate Services with Hepburn Health Service.

Peter was a member of the Committee of Management with Ballarat District Nursing and Health for 10 years prior to the merger with integratedliving, and Chair of
the Finance Committee for 7 years.

Peter lives in Ballarat with his family and enjoys boating, fishing and AFL football in his spare time.

CEO & Company Secretary

Catherine Daley

Since commencing employment with integratedliving Australia Ltd Catherine has worked extensively in roles that supported organisational development and the
growth of the organisation.

Prior to Catherine’s appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of integratedliving in October 2010, Catherine had been Deputy CEO responsible for Business Development and Business Improvement, including the growth in programs and expansion into new regions and new programs through tender management and the focus on business excellence.

Catherine is passionate about innovation, customer centricity, and equity of access to health and wellbeing services for rural, regional and remote consumers.

Catherine’s background before joining the organisation was in strategic, operational and facilities planning in the NSW TAFE system.

Catherine’s holds an MBA, BA and Dip Adult Education.