Dr Paul Alexander AO
Dr Paul Alexander AO has had a long and distinguished medical career both in and out of uniform. Paul recently completed three years as a director and vice-chairman of the WW board, and has accepted an invitation to remain involved with us as an ambassador. We greatly value his wise counsel and expertise in veterans’ health matters, and are delighted to have him remain part of the team in this new role.
Quentin Masson DSM
Iraq and Afghanistan veteran, former SAS squadron commander and WW director Quentin Masson DSM resigned from the board in 2016 when his work took him permanently to the UAE. Quentin joined WW in its earliest days, where his inspirational leadership style gave us momentum and helped achieve our goals. It gives us great pleasure to appoint Quentin as a WW ambassador.
Veteran of East Timor and four tours of Afghanistan with the Special Operations Task Group, elite-level and award-winning agent Clint Hynes has been a force in building our partnership with Ray White QLD. Clint’s work ethic and tireless efforts have lifted the profile of WW. His leadership by example has enhanced the reputation of contemporary veterans transitioning into post-service careers. We welcome his ongoing input in this new role.
Brett Sangster combines a busy career with a passion for supporting fellow veterans. Afghanistan veteran, graduate of the RMC Duntroon and the University of Queensland, Brett has had a stellar post-service career in senior legal and project management positions. Brett was appointed in mid 2016 as Executive GM of Defence sector business for Downer. Brett joined WW in 2014 and was instrumental in negotiating MBA studies for transitioning veterans with UQ Business School. We are delighted to have Brett volunteer as one of our first ambassadors.