The Transplant Network board is made up of an experienced and dedicated team of volunteers, committed to making a difference to transplant community.
Peter is a photographer, filmmaker and designer with over 25 years of experience. Peter runs his own creative agency and has a passion for building brands. Through his own heart transplant journey, Peter gained a unique perspective of the transplant process - particularly for young patients. He has a strong desire to give back through sharing his own and others' unique experiences.
Mark is an experienced finance professional with over 18 years experience with Australian listed organisations. He is a Chartered Accountant and holds an executive leadership position with The a2 Milk Company. Mark witnessed the life-changing gift of organ donation through his friendship with Peter Crumpton (Founder), and is now privileged to support the journey of others via TTN.
Charles is a Chartered Accountant with over 21 years experience in professional services and is now a Partner in a public practice accountancy firm, with offices in NSW & QLD. Charles felt compelled to use his expertise to assist TTN after his son experienced organ issues at birth. Charles originates from Sydney’s Northern Beaches and now calls the Sunshine Coast in QLD his home.
Peter is an entrepreneur and business owner with over 20 years experience in the surfing industry. Peter has been instrumental in growing the surfboard fin industry in Australia and is currently the General Manager of Future Fins Australia. Through his friendship with Peter Crumpton (Founder), Peter witnessed the challenges faced by young transplant recipients and is now glad to be contributing to the development of TTN.
Chris is the Head of Strategy & Innovation for ASX-listed technology company ReadyTech, where he has spent the last 10 years working to improve tertiary education in Australia.
Chris brings expertise in how technology and digital strategy can help deliver outcomes for people and communities. Chris met TTN founder and heart transplant recipient Peter Crumpton through their wives and was inspired to volunteer his support.