• Judi Reid

    Chair & Director

    Judi and her family are founding members of Montagu. She has a Bachelor of Education and a Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management. Judi has previously run several Child Care Centres, enjoys getting away to the family shack, and has recently returned to quilting. She joined the Board in October 2018 and along with her extensive knowledge of Montagu, brings her passion for people and the environment to the role of Chair.

  • Kimberley Martin


    Kimberley Martin B.A. LL.B. (Hons), LL.M, TEP is an estate planning, tax and trusts lawyer, and partner at Worrall Moss Martin Lawyers in Hobart. Kimberley has a state, national and international presence in her field. In 2017, Kimberley completed her Master of Applied Law in Wills & Estates and was awarded dux of her class. She was awarded the Young Practitioner of the Year Award at the 2018 Global STEP Private Client Awards. Kimberley has a strong involvement in the wider community. In addition to her role as Director of Montagu, she regularly presents to community and professional groups. She volunteers her time mentoring high school and university students and is the Secretary of the Tasmanian Committee of Women Chiefs of Enterprise International. She is a member of an international steering committee for issues surrounding digital assets (including what happens to your online assets when you die).

  • Mark Crosswell


    Mark graduated from the University of Tasmania with a combined Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours in Law and is a Senior Associate at Page Seager with an expertise in commercial and property law. Mark is currently a Director on the Board of Water Polo Tasmania and a Committee Member for the SandyBay Water Polo Club and also previously served on the Committee of the Hobart Aquatic Club and the Law Society’s Young Lawyers Committee.

  • Byron Nicol


    Byron has been a Montagu Board Member since 1992, having served various terms in the position of Chair. Byron is a parent of a person receiving supports through Montagu. He is a retired teacher and administrator. Byron is also a Board member of VCES (Veterans’ Children Education Scheme) including three terms as Chair; President and Treasurer of the Gemmological Association of Australia (GAA) (Tasmanian Division); a past Federal Director and Federal Treasurer of the GAA; and a member of Lions for almost 40 years. Byron is a recipient of the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.

  • Sarah Davidson

    Director & Deputy Chair

    Sarah joined the Board in September 2020 with experience as a Board Member, strong leadership skills, a history of supporting not-for-profit organisations in Tasmania, and success in leading innovative projects. Sarah possesses a broad range of skills developed while working in State and Commonwealth public service roles, business enterprise, and not-for-profit organisations. Demonstrating a strong commitment to good governance, strategic planning, project management, and the importance of organisational culture, Sarah has taken a lead in risk management processes and strategic planning.

  • Zsuzsa Kollo


    Montagu has been a part of my life for over 25 years, ever since Montagu started to support my son who is living with disability. I have seen Montagu change and grow over these years from a small beginnings, to its present size, a successful and respected organisation. I have been trained as a visual artist, first in my home city Budapest, and later here in Tasmania. I have been exhibiting my work regularly over the years in galleries. I have run an art school for children in Hobart for a number of years, but now I live at Dodges Ferry where I have my studio practice and give art classes.

  • Phil Mollineaux


    Phil joined the Montagu Board as Director in 2021 and is the parent of a person currently receiving supports by Montagu. Graduating from UTAS and Tas Advanced College of Education in 1973. He is a retired teacher of Physical Education and Outdoor Education after 40 years with the State Education Department. Phil brings extensive governance experience to the Montagu Board having been a founding member of Community Based Support, and a past board member of Cerebral Palsy Tasmania.

  • Laura Papiccio


    Laura has a Bachelor of Business (Human Resources & Management). She joined the Montagu Board in September 2021 and brings over 13 years’ experience as an executive manager across the hospitality, construction, medical, and not-for-profit sectors in Hobart and overseas. Utilising her skills in HR and Communications, Laura demonstrates a strong commitment to strategic planning and good governance, along with a passion for organisations that work with the Tasmanian community.