Mark Butcher, Chair
Mark is Chair of Ernst & Young’s SA Advisory Board and Deputy Chairman of Minter Ellison. He is also an Executive Director at Penmarric Capital, a boutique advisory business providing specialist solutions to corporate and government clients.
His commercial acumen and strategic expertise is invaluable to The Jodi Lee Foundation.
Nick Lee, Founder and CEO
Nick and Jodi were together for 14 years and have two children, Jack and Arabella. Nick was a director at Unilever before establishing the Foundation in 2010. Since then he has successfully driven the growth of the Foundation, including securing a $2.5 million Federal Government grant to run a national awareness campaign, and negotiating a major deal with the Australian Football League, using the sport’s high profile to further raise awareness.
In 2015, Nick was a South Australian Finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards.
Alistair is the Managing Director of Cavpower, Caterpillar Dealer for South Australia and Western NSW. He is a Director of Energy Power Systems Australia and a number of other companies associated with the Caterpillar brand.
Alistair is a founding member of our Board. His broad business experience and passion for preventing bowel cancer has seen him play an integral role in the Foundation. He is a keen runner and has been an active fundraiser for The Jodi Lee Foundation through participation in various events including the New York Marathon and the Gobi March, a 250km, six day race across China’s Gobi Desert.
Dr. Andrew Luck
As a colorectal surgeon at the Lyell McEwin Hospital in Adelaide’s north, Andrew brings to our Board extensive knowledge and passion for the early detection of bowel cancer through screening.
He is a member of the Colorectal Surgical Society of Australia and New Zealand, previously holding the position of President. Andrew was involved in the formation of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program as a member of the Program Advisory Group and the Quality Working Group for Colonoscopy.
After hearing Jodi’s story, Felicity Harley, popular health journalist and media personality, felt compelled to help raise awareness of Australia’s second leading cause of cancer-related death.
Felicity brings to our Board extensive knowledge in health communication and strong media and corporate connections. She boasts a wealth of experience within the health media as editor of Women’s Health Magazine and is a regular social commentator on Channel 7.