News 6 December, 2018

Dion McDonald

Who are you?

I’ve spent the past 30 years living and working in Melbourne. I relax by spending time with my wife and three school age children. My hobbies include travelling, reading, fitness and the outdoors. I’m also a passionate supporter of the Richmond Tigers football club.

Job summary:

My career has focused almost entirely on technology, and includes managing projects to deliver new systems and upgrades as well and leading technical teams. For the past seven years I have been the CIO at RMIT Training, a company that specialises in using technology to deliver improved teaching and learning outcomes.

What attracted you to join the CBCHS Board?

To give back to the community. I have worked hard and enjoyed a very successful career. This has enabled me to gain valuable skills and experience which can be used to further strengthen CBCHS and benefit the Central Bayside community.

What do you hope to achieve in the role?

Support the amazing work being done every day by the staff at CBCHS. I’m confident that we have a terrific opportunity to improve our services and make a real difference in our community through how we choose, use and access technology.