Board of Directors


Justin Eve - President

Justin is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Perth in Risk and Controls Solutions. With over 23 years’ experience supporting both the private and public sectors throughout Australia, UK, Europe and Asia, Justin is a specialist in governance, risk, systems and compliance matters. He is also a graduate of the AICD company directors program. Justin was honoured as one of WA’s Top 40 under 40 business leaders in 2012.

Justin also has an affiliation with teenage mentoring having participated in many programs and charitable activities. Justin attributes team sport to having moulded his values, promoting camaraderie, energy and a passion to succeed, through leading, inspiring and coaching.

Justin was previously Vice President and Chairs the Governance and Risk Committee.


Chris Campbell - Vice President

Chris is an Energy and Resources Executive, qualified as a Chartered Accountant, with over 20 years experience in senior operational, commercial and financial roles.

Chris currently holds dual roles with Alinta Energy as General Manager, Western Australia and General Manager, Trading and Portfolio Management, where he is responsible for key stakeholder engagement in WA and driving the ongoing competitiveness and growth of Alinta’s WA business.

Prior to Alinta, Chris held senior financial roles with the US listed, Fortune 500 company, Newmont Goldcorp Corporation, including being CFO of their Indonesian business and Financial Controller of their Australian business, as well as being a Director of their Australian subsidiaries.


Sheila McHale - Director

The Hon. Sheila McHale, a former Western Australian Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister and leader in the not for profit sector, brings significant governance experience, and strategic leadership expertise to the YMCA. As Minister for eight years in a 12 year Parliamentary career, Sheila held a range of portfolios including Tourism, Consumer Protection, Community Development, Culture, and the Arts, Aboriginal Affairs and Disability Services. Sheila was an inaugural member of the national advisory body to the Australian Charities and not for profit Commission (ACNC),  and is a state councillor on the Governance Institute of Australia (WA). Sheila is a Fellow of both the AIM WA and the Governance Institute of Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Sheila is passionate about harnessing opportunities for the community of Western Australia and after ten years as CEO of Palmerston Association, one of WA’s foremost not-for-profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation services, Sheila’s focus now is on contributing her skills and time as a non executive director on a range of boards.


Kendal Moss - Treasurer

Kendal Moss is a Regional Financial Controller at Multiplex, having joined the team in 2006 after a lengthy and successful international stint with PricewaterhouseCoopers in London, Paris, Belfast and Hong Kong.

As Regional Financial Controller, Kendal is responsible for all financial aspects of the WA Business. This includes strategic and tactical forecasting, management reporting and daily management of cash flows and accounting for all client and supplier transactions. Kendal’s current projects have a contract value in excess of $2bn, which indicates the extensive responsibility she has obtained through her broad experience. Kendal brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with both local and multinational clients to the team.


Bruce Porter - Director

Bruce is Managing Director of his own property and investment consultancy business and is a licensed real estate valuer and property agent with over 30 years’ experience.

Porter Commercial have developed to become a potent specialist commercial agent offering management, agency, valuation and consultancy services, particularly focussed on shopping centre development/leasing and management and portfolio growth. Bruce is the Boards longest standing member and has been involved with the YMCA for most of his life. He has served on the YMCA WA Board since 2001 and is an honorary Life Member of YMCA WA.


Ben Rosser - Director

Ben is a highly experienced business leader having amassed more than 25 years’ experience within commercial property agency, property development, manufacturing, and service sectors.

Ben joined Cedar Woods in 2015 and holds the position of WA State Manager.

Prior to joining Cedar Woods, Ben was CEO and Director of an ASX 200 subsidiary company, a position held for 4 years. The business comprised approximately 150 employees within 4 locations and of combined turnover of approximately $180m.

Prior to this he held COO, CDO and ultimately CEO positions over a combined 8 year period within a  private equity funded company he co-founded with partners in 2004 operating within property tourism, resource and affordable living sectors.

Ben is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a graduate of their Company Directors Course.


Eva Lin - Director

Eva Lin is a Partner at Jackson McDonald, a leading independent Western Australian law firm.  She holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne.

Her practice focuses on commercial dispute resolution and on the areas of energy, financial services, and intellectual property.

She has over ten years of governance experience in the not-for-profit sector, having previously served on the YMCA Council of Governors, and on the boards of International Art Space and Communicare Inc.  

Eva is passionate about the Y’s role in building supportive communities and places throughout Western Australia, especially for our young people. 


Jon Bilson - Director

Jon is a business and management psychologist with a unique skill mix. As a holder of an MBA with a long history of business management, he gets businesses of all sizes. As a registered psychologist, however, he also gets the people that make those businesses tick.

Over the last twenty years, Jon has been working as a change manager and coach. After several corporate State Manager roles he now works with Senior Managers to instigate cultural change that lasts, and to generally improve businesses. He’s holistic in the way he does things, looking at the people within the business, projects, developing strategy and commercial awareness, and how everything might be made more innovative. Jon’s psychology background gives him some good insight into how people and all their quirks click together, or don’t.

Jon’s commitment to young people stretches to his role as Director on the board of Dismantle, a like-minded not for profit focused on young people. It is that commitment that makes him a valuable member of the YMCA WA Board.


Orla Latawski - Director

Orla is a passionate advocate for youth representation, having been involved in a variety of community programs and initiatives designed to empower young Australians. She first became involved with the Y in 2017 as a participant of the Youth Parliament program and has since remained connected to YP through the organising Taskforce.

She is the inaugural recipient of the Julia Gillard Women in Leadership scholarship and a member of the John Curtin Scholarship program at Curtin University where she is completing a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism).

Orla has been a member of the WA Ministerial Youth Advisory Council since its conception in 2017 and was previously a member of a local government equivalent. She has a strong interest in political affairs and has been recognised with a number of national and local awards in this area.


David Taylor - Director

David has extensive experience in educational leadership within  State, Catholic and Independent settings spanning over 20 years.

David is the former Principal of Carmel School, Dianella. Retiring after 40 years in education, he has more recently provided short term leadership support in several Pilbara schools since 2017.

He has a deep understanding of educational governance, policy and the complex needs of young people.