Mark Spain

(Treasurer) Mark Spain is a leader and learner in developing systems, structures and processes that build innovation, curiosity and high-trust relationships with people and their organisations to produce sustainable business results.

He enjoys working with energetic teams of people who are focused on creating extraordinary results.

He is particularly passionate about implementing sustainable and ethical business management systems that build success for all players, and for the future.

Currently he is Chair of SEE-Change.

His family, climbing mountains and house-building rate highly, too.

Bob Douglas

(Ordinary Member) Bob Douglas, since his retirement from the Foundation Directorship of  the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the ANU in 2001 has been first, the Chair and now a Director of Australia21.

He was, from 2006 to 2012 Chair of SEE-Change, for which he currently leads a Youth Parliament on Sustainability in schools across the ACT.

Peter W. Tait

(Convener) Peter Tait has been a General Practitioner for 39 years, 30 in Aboriginal health in Central Australia. He was the 2007 RACGP GP of the Year and Public Health Association Australian Sidney Sax Medalist in 2017. He achieved a Masters of Climate Change at ANU in 2010. He is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the ANU Medical School, teaching into the Population Health stream.

Peter believes a person’s health is grounded in a healthy society, and a healthy society on a healthy ecosystem. He is active in the Public Health Association Australia PHAA Political Economy of Health Special Interest Group, in the Climate and Health Alliance and other environment and peace groups.

Gilles Rohan

(Ordinary Member)

Gilles Rohan has been a medical practitioner for over 30 years. He has worked mainly in the areas of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and General Practice. He also has qualifications in Public Health, and Resource and Environmental Management.


Over the years he has participated in the activities of a wide variety of organisations and community groups focusing on health, the environment, and social justice, which he continues. In the current climate, he considers the defence, advancement and adaptation of models of liberal and participatory democracy to be essential domains of learning and activity for as many ordinary citizens as possible.