Our Board

  • Tim McInnes

    Tim McInnes

    Chair Person

    I live life with a belief that our similarities are why we can live work and grow together, regardless of diverse backgrounds and that diversity is the essence of strong, nurturing communities. I have a Bachelor of Business and have held management positions in a diverse working career and currently hold a senior role as part of Rio Tinto’s Tom Price and Marandoo operation, holding a position on the division’s senior management team.

  • Andrew Jack

    Andrew Jack

    Vice Chair

    I have been teaching with the Department of Education since 1983, working in a number of city and country locations over this time. The past twenty years have been in administrative roles as either Deputy Principal or Principal. I have been a part of the Nintirri Board since late 2017 after commencing at Tom Price SHS as Principal in July of the same year.

  • Lyndon Rolton

    Lyndon Rolton

    Treasurer

    I have lived in Tom Price for the last 7 years and have been employed with Rio Tinto for 32 years across different parts of the business. I am passionate about community, being involved in a number of community groups while being in Tom Price. I have always been a strategic thinker and enjoy assisting others with my experience and energy. I am privileged to be part of the Nintirri board to assist in growing the partnerships between Nintirri, government and our community.

  • Renae Lynch

    Renae Lynch

    Secretary

    Renae has lived most of her life in the Pilbara. She has a passion for the community she belongs to and for helping people find the beauty in it. Being a parent in Tom Price, she discovered how important Nintirri is for bringing people together, be it as new parents, or long-term residents who need connections. Renae is in her first year on the Nintirri Management Board.

  • Gavin Douglas

    Gavin Douglas

    General committee

    I have lived in Tom Price since 2014, where I have been the Pastor of Tom Price Paraburdoo Baptist Church. During my time in Tom Price I have been actively involved within the life of the community through boards, events, programs. Prior to living in Tom Price I was Coordinating Chaplain at Banksia Hill Detention Centre and a chaplain for adult correctional facilities run by the Dept. Corrective Services and Serco. I am passionate about seeing Tom Price thriving and individuals growing within this thriving community

  • Debbie Thomas

    Debbie Thomas

    General committee

    Deb is a Child Health and School Nurse whose children have grown up in Tom Price. Volunteering and giving back to community runs in her blood which is why she joined the Nintirri Management Board as recently as June 2020.

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