Our Management Team
The Management Team's role is to implement the Board's strategic direction, with specific responsibilities to:
- Manage the day-to-day operations of the Society
- Maintain governance and compliance standards with regulatory bodies
- Develop short-term strategies that assist in achieving our long-term goals
- Implement the Surgical Educational Training (SET) Program
- Produce and administer the Annual Scientific Meeting and other educational meetings for the Membership
- Capitalise on opportunities to educate the public on urological issues via the media and associated communications channels.
- Build on our organisation's identity and brand equity.
The Management Team is based at the USANZ Office.
Michael is responsible for the overall management and performance of USANZ as well as managing the Society’s strategic relationships with several international urological organisations as well as the Australasian Society of Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeons. Michael is also responsible for steering the organisation to meet its strategic objectives including enhancements to education, brand development, financial stability, promotion of research and dissemination of information to the community. Michael has had a career in regulatory compliance management, financial reporting and operations management in the manufacturing, education and energy sectors.
Madeleine provides advice and assistance to the Chief Executive on governance and policy matters, supports the USANZ Board and members. Madeleine brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to USANZ in the areas of policy development, support to Boards and Committees, database management and project management in both the government and non government sectors.
Nick has more than 25 years’ experience as an audit and risk management and compliance professional within the demanding financial services and banking industry. He was responsible for providing the principle and guidance for designing, developing and coordinating the implementation of risk and compliance frameworks within the business. During his time in audit he was responsible for planning and conduct of audits within Institutional Banking (Financial Markets, Corporate and Premium Banking), Retail and Business Banking, Financial Services and Wealth Management.
Nick works for the Society on a part-time capacity of approx 0.2 FTE.
Kirsten Isaacs supports the Victorian Executive Committee and administers the Surgical Education and Training Program in Urology for the Victorian Section. She assists with the organisation of workshops, seminars and scientific meetings for trainees and Society members in Victoria.
Kirsten works for the Society on a part-time capacity of approx 0.6 FTE.
Deborah Klein manages the Surgical Education and Training Program in Urology. She supports the Board of Urology, coordinates the selection process, administers the training program and the hospital inspection process. Deborah also organises Trainee Week and a range of seminars and scientific meetings for trainees and Society members.
Anna has over 15 years' experience in managing conferences and exhibitions predominantly in the Association space, covering a range of different Industries. In her role at USANZ she manages the planning and delivery of the ASM; and provides advice to USANZ sections around planning and execution of their Section meetings.
This position is currently vacant. USANZ has commenced a recruitment process for this role.
Katie has a strong accounting background and runs her own business servicing both corporate and private clients. Katie has worked with USANZ since 2016, supporting the Financial Controller and other staff with a range of accounts related functions.
Katie works for the Society on a part-time capacity of approx 0.4 FTE.