Board of Directors

Board of Directors

The College is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected, appointed and co-opted by the College membership. The Board meets regularly to discuss matters of governance and items that are brought to their attention via the State Faculty Chairs or the various Board related committees. In association with the College Management Committee, the Board sets the five year rolling Strategic Plan which is updated annually. There are five State faculties:

1. NSW (including ACT)
2. Victoria (including Tasmania)
3. Queensland
4. South Australia (including Northern Territory)
5. Western Australia

All committees which have an education brief report to the National Education Committee whose Chair sits on the Board of Directors. College has a large number of other committees, the most important from a governance perspective being the Audit Committee and the Risk Management Committee.

The Directors of College are required to reveal any pecuniary or professional interest which is in conflict, has the potential to be in conflict or might be perceived to be in conflict, with their duty as a member of the Board of Directors At each Board meeting, Directors are required to sign a Declaration of Interest and to speak to them at the Board meeting. The declarations of pecuniary and professional interest of the Directors are currently as follows:

Andrew Miller President

Dr Andrew Miller, MBBS (Hons), BSc (Med), FACD

Andrew Miller has worked in private practice for over 20 years, including as a VMO at both Calvary Hospital and the Canberra Hospital, where he is department head. He is a member of the AMA-ACT Board and the AMA Federal Council, and a Director of The
Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges.

Declaration of Interest

  • Consultancy “Know Your Skin” Campaign Leo/MSD
  • Director/Treasurer, AMA ACT P/L
  • Federal Councillor, AMA Ltd
  • Department Head, Dermatology Department, The Canberra Hospital
  • Director, The Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges
  • AMA Representative to the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Out-of-pocket Costs
David Francis President-elect

Dr David Francis MBBS FACD

Dr David Francis MBBS FACD has been a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD) for more than 25 years,  previously having  graduated in Medicine from the University of Queensland. He is a Visiting Consultant Dermatologist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital, where he teaches Dermatologic Surgery. Dr Francis is also in private practice, working at the Dermatology Specialist Centre in Brisbane, which is a College recognized training centre for Mohs Micrographic Surgery. He has previously been a guest examiner for the Australian College of Dermatologists and serves on their Board of Directors. He is presently the President-elect of the ACD.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Mohs surgery and an Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Queensland Diamantina Institute.

Dr Francis is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Declaration of Interest

  • VMO
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Involved in securing funding for the professor of Dermatology position at University of Queensland
  • Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital
  • Ramsay Northwest Private Hospital


Andrew Miller Honorary Secretary

Professor Ingrid M Winship, MBChB, MD (Human Genetics), FRACP, FACD

Ingrid Winship is a Professor of Adult Clinical Genetics at the University of Melbourne (2006-) and a Director of Genetic Medicine, Melbourne Health (2006-)

Declaration of Interest:

  • Member of the Genetics Working Group of the National Health and Medical Research Council.
  • National Statement Chapter 3.5 Genetics & Genomics Working Committee of the National Health and Medical Research Council.
  • Member of the Australian Health Ethics Committee of the National Health and Medical Research Council
  • Member of the Doherty Institute Council
  • Member of Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics Strategic Advisory Board
  • Governor of the Florey Institute for Neuroscience and Mental Health
  • Member of Executive Management Committee of Melbourne Genomic Health Alliance
  • Director of the Board of Global Variome
  • Member of the NZ Health Research Strategy Advisory Committee
  • Board Member of the Australian Genome Research Facility
  Dean of Education

Dr Adriene Lee, FACD

Dr Adriene Lee has been a dermatologist since 2005 and works both in public hospitals and private practice . She has an interest in medical dermatology and the subspecialty of contact dermatitis. She has a particular interest in teaching and education, and has been actively involved in various College committees since 2005.

Declarations of interest

  • Visiting dermatologist – Monash Medical Centre, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and Skin and Cancer Foundation Victoria


  Board Member

Dr Clare Tait, FACD

Dr Clare Tait works as a dermatologist in private practice at Dermatology Specialist Group in Perth , where she is a founding and current Director. She is the visiting dermatologist to the Kimberley area of Western Australia and has also worked in the dermatology department at Royal Perth Hospital for 20 years. She publishes regularly in peer review journals and has always been involved in teaching medical students, GPs and specialist dermatology trainees. She has previously served on the College Board as Dean of Education, having been actively involved in College committee work, and acting as a guest examiner, since she became a Fellow in 2002.

She currently serves on the Audit and Risk committee and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee, is a College Advocate and a World Congress of Dermatology 2023 Ambassador.

She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (UK).

Declarations of interest

  • Fellow Royal College of Physicians(UK)
  • Visiting dermatologist to the Kimberley, Western Australia.
Board Member

Miss Genevieve Dolan

Miss Dolan is a senior executive working in media and public relations, corporate communications, crisis and reputation management and brand and advertising.

Her progressive career has been developed domestically and internationally within both the private and government sectors in large, geographically disparate, multinational companies with complex organisational layers.

Her experience also includes leadership of corporate and media communication teams supporting both local and global audiences, executing integrated stakeholder engagement initiatives and managing critical stakeholder relationships, particularly during periods of crisis and change.

She is currently the Executive Director, Strategic Communication, Engagement and Protocol at the Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria) and has previously worked at the Department of Justice and Regulation (Victoria), Vanguard Investments and consulted to the Department for Education (United Kingdom).

Board Member 

Mr Phillip Hyde

Declarations of interest

  • Haileybury College- Director
  • Athenaeum Club of Melbourne- Director
  • Cricket Victoria – Director