Disability Intermediaries Australia (DIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bronia Holyoak and Cameron Burns to the DIA Board for a twelve month term. The appointment of Bronia and Camerion will expand the DIA Board to 8 Non-executive Directors, joining the existing Board members of Julie Keene (Chair), Elisa James, Billy Kang, Sam Paior, Claire Wittwer-Smith and Yvette (Evie) Naufal.

DIA Board Chair, Mrs Julie Keene congratulated Bronia and Cameron on their appointment saying;

“We are pleased to welcome Bronia and Cameron to the DIA Board. Both bring a wealth of experience gained within the Intermediaries market along with skills that complement the existing DIA Board”.

On their election,

Bronia Holyoak said:

“I welcome the opportunity to represent and be an active voice for Western Australian intermediary providers and provider leadership around industry certification and sector standards for intermediaries; which I believe  DIA is best placed to lead and implement”.

Cameron Burns said:

“I am excited to join the DIA Board. The emergence and promotion of technology to deliver Intermediary services efficiently and effectively needs to be a key area of focus for DIA, along with creating meaningful and measurable sector standards which are vital to the ongoing viability of our sector”.