Amanda Quealy- Chief Executive OfficerAmanda commenced working in the health care industry in 1986 having performed roles in the government, private and not-for-profit sectors. Since 1996 she has been in executive roles within the hospital and community care sectors. Prior to taking up the CEO role at The Hobart Clinic, she occupied a senior executive role within the corporate healthcare sector in Victoria. Her academic background includes Economics, Accountancy, Social Work and post graduate qualifications in Health Services Administration. Amanda is also an AICD Graduate and holds an MBA.Kim Barnes- Director of NursingKim is a registered nurse who has been employed in the health sector overseas and in NSW, Tas and Vic since 1983. Kim has a background in management and clinical roles in general nursing and mental health nursing in forensic, community, inpatients and crisis assessment and treatment teams. Kim now leads the nursing team at The Hobart Clinic.Maureen Eadie- Clinical LeadMaureen is a registered Psychologist who coordinates the inpatient and outpatient programs across the organisation. Maureen has 30 years’ experience in both the private sector and government, working in a range of clinical roles. Her academic background includes Psychology, Diploma of Education, Post graduate in Couples Counselling and a graduate in Public Sector Management.Louise D’Amico- Finance ManagerAlison Millar- Quality, Risk and Compliance ManagerAlison Millar (Quality, Risk and Compliance Manager) came to The Clinic in June 2019. Alison previously occupied a role in the Tasmanian Health Service as a Quality and Safety Consultant with specialty areas of experience/expertise in correctional health, forensic mental health, mental health and alcohol and drug services. Alison has a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) and Masters of Health Management.Sam Sneddon- Administration Team LeaderSam has worked in the Health Insurance industry since 2001 managing call centres for one of Australia’s largest health insurance providers. Sam took on the role of Administration Manager in October this year and operationally manages the front offices at both the Eastern Shore and Collins Street locations as well as the services department.Deb Bell- Practice ManagerDeb began working at The Hobart Clinic on a casual basis in 1999. She took up a job share position in the consulting rooms when it opened in 2003. Deb is responsible for the day-to-day running of the consulting rooms at both the Eastern Shore and City Centre practices.Kate Beven- Manager People and CultureKate Beven (People and Culture Manager) has over 15 years’ experience primarily in Human Resources but also in general and project management across a range of sectors. Kate holds a Bachelor of Business, a Masters in International Business and a Masters in (Science) leadership.