Board of Directors

Ohana College is very fortunate to have an exceptional and dedicated Board of Directors. They lead the vision of the organisation by developing a sustainable long-term growth strategy to help disadvantaged youth re-engage in education.

CEO

Aaron Devine

Aaron Devine is a leading education executive, with over 20 years as a senior leader of some of Australia’s largest and most innovative educational providers.

Aaron is committed to supporting students achieving their goals and in seeking to ensure all students have access to quality education irrespective of social, emotional or financial barriers.

Aaron is a respected Educational consultant working in tertiary and school education. Until October 2016, Aaron led TAFE Queensland Brisbane in the role of General Manager. Aaron was also the Chief Executive Officer for the Gold Coast Institute of TAFE, and Pro Vice Chancellor at Charles Darwin University. He worked as a Solicitor in Victoria where he practiced in Commercial Law, Civil Litigation and Employment Law. Aaron served as a Senior Adviser to the former Premier of Tasmania, the Hon Jim Bacon AC and Senior Policy Adviser to the Paul Wriedt MHA when he was the Tasmanian Minister for Vocational Education and Training.

Chair

Trina Hockley

Trina is a well-respected business owner of the L & M Group of Companies and an experienced, qualified non- executive director with a background in training, education, sport, employment, retail and governance (BHMS, GMQ,FAICD JP (Qual)).

Trina’s business interests are located on both the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and Wollongong. Highly sought after for both her business and governance acumen, she is on the board of TAFE Qld, is the past Chair and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Gold Coast committee. She is also Chair of Ohana for Youth and the Spot Academy; Trina sits on the board of The Gold Coast Sporting Hall of Fame and Sports Gold Coast. Trina co-founded Women in Power to mentor other women and is a member of the Qld Government’s Mentoring for Growth.

Trina’s volunteering has seen accolades as an Outstanding Volunteer to the Indigenous Community and has received a 20 year Leadership Award from the City of Gold Coast. She is an avid advocate for youth education and development and Gold Coast sport and business.

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Janelle Manders

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Michael Sing

Michael Sing is a senior legal practitioner and a partner in a Brisbane law firm.
He has experience in a wide range of areas of law including property and commercial law, banking
and finance, insurance and risk management business transactions, employment matters and
commercial dispute resolution.

He has experience in a wide range of areas of law including property and commercial law, banking
and finance, insurance and risk management business transactions, employment matters and
commercial dispute resolution.
He has represented and advised large corporations, Federal State and local government
departments, as well as local regional business interests.

Tammy Stanton

Tammy is a multi-degree holder with IT project management experience for large corporations both national and international. She is the business owner of Beltec that has been operating since 2003 and Tammy is passionate about women in trades.

Tammy is a multi-degree holder with IT project management experience for large corporations both national and international. She is the business owner of Beltec that has been operating since 2003 and Tammy is passionate about women in trades. She is one of the founding members Women in Power Association and also the first female Councillor elected to the Master Electricians Board. She also has extensive knowledge across the VET education sector including teaching and employing apprentices to now holding seat on the East Coast Apprenticeships Board and the Queensland Electrical Safety Office Education Committee.
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Dr Glenda McGregor

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