Our Committee

All officer bearers and ordinary members of the RHVA Executive Committee are elected by popular vote at our Annual General Meeting each year.

Our current Executive Committee:

Luke Bastock
Luke is currently a Field Officer with NPWS with a lifelong connection to the Red Head Village area. Luke Is passionate about preserving our surrounding natural environment and retaining the coastal hamlet character of our villages.
Vice President
Nathan Cattell
Nathan has been working in the environmental sector for over 25 years and loves what he does. He has worked and lived in remote communities in WA and has managed highly visited areas with high sensitivity and an understanding of the need for a balanced approach. He takes pride in representing his community and is always happy to listen to their thoughts.
Andrew Boyce
Andrew is a financial services industry professional with expertise in international trade finance. Currently head of core trade and commodity finance globally for ANZ. Permanent Manyana resident.
Public Officer
Gerry McCarthy
Gerry has diverse administration and management experience through volunteering in regional and remote incorporated entities, arts & culture programs, sports associations and community development Initiatives.
Fiona Friend
Fiona Friend is a journalist and news editor who has worked over the past decade at The Australian. She is an enthusiastic part time resident of Manyana.
Development and Planning
Martine Bright
Martine has been a part time resident in Manyana for nine years and has assisted the RHVA over the last couple of years in various roles in support of the local community and bushfire recovery. Her previous work experience includes working as a team leader and project manager, most recently in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, working in the areas of public diplomacy and protocol.
Chloe Reekie
Chloe currently juggles two little children while working as a Wildlife Biologist providing advice to government agencies on threatened species. She studied at Griffith University and has held a range of volunteer positions including with the Save the Bilby Fund and on trips to Nepal and Borneo to survey fauna and flora.