Spacecubed extends impact through the appointment of new board members

We are excited to announce new Board Members joining the extended Spacecubed team as we continue to grow and reach our mission of empowering 1 million entrepreneurs, innovators and changemakers by 2030.

By
Lauren Quinn
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Nov 1, 2022

This month, we welcome Tracie Clark, Dr Marcus Tan, Lindsay O'Sullivan and Danelle Cross to the Spacecubed Foundation Board, bringing together their experience in innovation to grow and scale our impact across WA. These four individuals join Brodie McCulloch and Richard Kilbane who currently sit on the Spacecubed Ventures board, and we are currently working to expand our board into NSW with the opening of the Western Sydney Startup Hub. 

As a locally opened and operated company, this extension to our Board allows us to extend our reach, and with Dr Marcus Tan sitting as the Spacecubed Foundation Chair, we are able to continue on our mission towards empowering 1 million entrepreneurs, changemakers and individuals by 2030.

Find out more about the extended Spacecubed team, and new Board Members below, or visit our website here: spacecubed.com/about 

 

Dr Marcus Tan, Founder, CEO and Managing Director of Healthengine

As the Founder, CEO and Managing Director of Healthengine, Marcus leads Australia’s largest online consumer healthcare platform, helping millions of patients navigate the complex world of healthcare and connect with thousands of healthcare providers nationally.

He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has served on various health and community bodies including as a board and council member of the Australian Medical Association (WA), a founding director of WA Primary Health  Alliance (WAPHA) and as a trustee of the Channel 7 Telethon Trust.  He has been recognised by Curtin University as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Health Leadership and Management.

He is a co-founder and deputy chair of the Meridian Global Foundation since 2005 to inspire more grassroots philanthropy.

 

Tracie Clark, CPA GAICD

Tracie is an active Angel investor and investment professional with over 30 years’ experience in investment management, financial services, accounting and business strategy. After early roles in accounting and investment banking she founded two successful financial services companies. 

She is currently the Head of Wealth at Carbon Group and holds a number of board, investment committee and advisory board roles. She has a passion for supporting and mentoring future entrepreneurs.

 

Danelle Cross, Director of Entrepreneurship at Curtin University

Danelle is currently the Director of Entrepreneurship at Curtin University where she is the leading entrepreneurship programs, pathways and community across the local and international campus’. Prior to this, Danelle was the Director of Discovery at St Hilda’s Anglican School, where she was leading the development of a compulsory entrepreneurship program, the first of its kind in Australia.

Danelle is also the co-owner/director of a small business, Gourmet & More, a gourmet food wholesaler and distributor, which works across WA with food producers in their retail go-to market strategy. Danelle was appointed to the Small Business Development Corporation Board in 2019 and is co-host of the Start-up West podcast.

Danelle holds a Bachelor of Commerce, double major in marketing and PR from Curtin University and has graduated from the MIT New Ventures program and the Leadership WA Signature program. In 2020 Danelle won Start-up News Most Admired Start-up Supporter and is a mentor and connector for a number of WA business founders.

 

Lindsay O’Sullivan, Chief Operating Officer at Keystart Home Loans 

Lindsay has led organisations transforming to meet the rapidly changing needs of the market, customers, regulators, and their people in executive and non-executive roles. His focus is on strategy, customer and culture.. He has broad industry experience in financial services, technology, property, professional services, services to mining / oil & gas, education & training, government, and arts & culture.

Prior to Keystart Lindsay was Chief Operating Officer at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in WA and held leadership roles with Bankwest, Herbert Smith Freehills and NAB in Australia and the United Kingdom.

He has served in non-executive roles for 15 years in technology, arts, consulting, education, and not-for-profit organisations.

Lindsay has an Executive MBA (Dux) from the University of Western Australia, and tertiary qualifications in marketing and applied finance and investment. He is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Leadership WA Signature Leadership Program.

 

To discover more about Spacecubed, including our members, partners and wider community,  download our 10th Anniversary Booklet available here. There are plenty of ways for individuals, corporations and business owners to get involved, reach out to us today to discuss partnership and collaboration opportunities.

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