Board

Allen Candy Allen Candy
Allen Candy
B.Bus (Acc), MBA, Member ICAA
Chief Executive Officer, Life Care & Pulteney Board Chair
Family time, any sport, reading and jogging.
Grant Kelley Grant Kelley
Grant Kelley
CEO of Vicinity Centres Limited, Deputy Chair of the Pulteney Board. Chairman of Holdfast Assets, Owner of Adelaide 36ers, Council Member of Asia Society Policy Institute, and Pulteney Grammar School alumnus.
Spending time with family, supporting the Adelaide 36ers, and Adelaide Crows, getting away to vineyard and sheep farm on Fleurieu Peninsula.
Alan Brideson Alan Brideson
Alan Brideson
BA (Hons), MA, GAICD, CPM
Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, UniSA. Member of the SA Committee of the Winston Churchill Fellowship Trust. Board Member.
Riding, reading, family and the Boston RedSox.
Daniela Cecere-Palazzo Daniela Cecere-Palazzo
Daniela Cecere-Palazzo
LLB/LP, FGLF, Director, Dux Lawyers
Daniela is a highly accomplished lawyer with more than 15 years of experience and is the Director of her own legal practice.
Spending time by the sea with my husband and three children, walking, reading and entertaining friends.
Paul Flynn Paul Flynn
Paul Flynn
CEO of The Hospital Research Foundation Group. Independent Director of AusHealth Pty Ltd, the medical research support and commercialisation arm of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network in SA Health. He is also Director of Australian Prostate Cancer, Non-Executive Director of BiomeBank Pty Ltd, and Director and Vice Chairman of the Fundraising Institute Australia. Paul also sits on the Board of Governors for THRF Group entities Military and Emergency Services Health Australia and the Centre for Creative Health.
Paul is a parent of children at Pulteney Grammar School and in his spare time, Paul likes spending time with family and close friends, camping, and going to the beach.
Matthew  Hassan Matthew  Hassan
Matthew Hassan
B.Bus (Marketing) FAIM MAICD
Managing Director of Nuova Urban Projects. Diverse business interests in property development, building, food and automotive.
Raising two great boys. The beach in summer and the mountains in winter.
Kate Lyttle Kate Lyttle
Kate Lyttle
Kate is an experienced property, projects and infrastructure lawyer, who has worked in private legal practice for nearly 20 years. She is a director of Laity Morrow, a premium transactional and advisory law firm, where she has a lead role in the firm’s Projects, Property and Infrastructure team.
In her spare time, Kate enjoys spending time with her family, hiking and catching up with friends.
Megan  Mathews Megan  Mathews
Megan Mathews
BComm and CA
Manager in the Credit Risk Management team of Bendigo Bank.
My hobbies include spending time with my family, working in my garden, at the beach, and cooking.
Lorne  McClurg Lorne  McClurg
Lorne McClurg
BA (Hons), Grad Dip PM, GAICD
Director of Moto Projects a boutique project and development management consultancy & Chair of the Pulteney Strategic Capital Works committee.
Taxi driver for 3 kids and avid outdoor activities and adventure enthusiast, particularly anything that involves motion on 2 wheels or hanging about on snow and ice.
Ann Nadge Ann Nadge
Ann Nadge
B.Ed; Dip. T; Grad. Dip Counselling; M.Ed; ACER (Cambridge); Cert IV TAE. Registered Teacher.
Convener, Education and Formation Unit, Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. SMG (Chaplaincy Services) and Tabor College (Adjunct Lecturer).
Published poet; Poetry Editor of The Guardian.
Richard  Nunn Richard  Nunn
Richard Nunn
B.Bus, Grad Dip Ec., AMP (Harvard), FAICD.
Chief Executive Officer, MetLife Australia. 30 years experience in Financial Services in Australia and Asia. Held senior executive roles at AXA, IOOF, CBA, NAB and Statewide Super.
Good Australian red wines, all sport, but especially Cricket.
David  Reynolds David  Reynolds
David Reynolds
Chief Executive of the South Australian Department of Treasury and Finance and an experienced Director on a number of significant boards, including Infrastructure SA, the South Australian Government Financing Authority (chair), the Institute of Public Administration and the Committee for Economic Development Australia Policy Group.
David is passionate about South Australia and about our community. He is married to Nicolle and they have a daughter at Pulteney Grammar.