Team 2

RRR People

Each member of the Rapid Response Revival Board brings with them a wealth of knowledge and experience from their field of expertise. This expertise spans business, healthcare, emergency services, medicine, engineering, science and media.

Donovan Casey B.Sc., MBA (Cand), JP
Company Secretary and Board Chairman
Donovan (Donno) is a successful entrepreneur with more than 25 years experience across multiple industries. He has substantial experience in developing new products and services, building new companies and generating profitable outcomes in both established and emerging markets. He knows how to bridge the gap between a great idea and market viability.
John Haines
Business Development Director
John Haines is a former MICA Flight Paramedic, Deputy Chairperson of the Australian Resuscitation Council (NSW Branch), President of the Australian Emergency Care Providers (AECP) and the founder and managing director of Australia’s first recognised private training provider, Australian First Aid in 1988, a part of the APL Group Pty Ltd.
Leanne Knowles B.Bus.
Commercial Director
Leanne is a communications specialist and business consultant, with 30 years’ experience in business strategy and planning, sales, marketing and team productivity. She specialises in working with start-ups and high growth businesses in technology and innovation. Leanne is an experienced Board Director, having served on three not-for-profit Boards across 13 years of service.
Sarah Walke
Sarah has an extensive background in health administration, management and research, with 6 years as Manager of a Stem Cell Research Unit at University of NSW / Prince of Wales Hospital. Sarah more recently authored the Australian Code of Practice for Autologous Stem Cell Therapies.
Erol Teber B.E, M.Sc.
Engineering Director
Erol is a qualified Electrical and Electronics Engineer with three decades of global experience in Project Management, Technology Product Development and Technical Sales.  He has worked with high profile organisations such as IBM, UGL and Ausgrid and takes a commercial approach to his work.