Ross has been a Board member since 1997, except for a one year break following the birth of the first of his two children. He has held the position of Vice President and has been Treasurer since 2005. Ross holds a Bachelor of Social Science with a Human Services Major, completing his practicum at the Redland Community Centre Inc. and maintaining an active association with the Centre from that time.
Ross brings expertise from over 27 years of experience in public administration in the fields of human resource management and consultancy, governance, social and economic policy and legislation development. His work for Government has been recognised on the public record of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, through Premier’s and Ministerial Excellence Awards and through an Australia Day Achievement Award.