Board & Members

The Australian Outward Bound Foundation (OBA) is a not-for-profit public company limited by guarantee. OBA is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC).

Board Members

Board membership is voluntary. We aim for Board composition to reflect a balance of outdoor education experience, professional expertise, diversity and geographic cover.

Dr Loren Miller, Executive Director & Co-Chair, Board of Directors
As Executive Director and Co-Chair Chair, Loren is leading this time of change. Loren appreciates the spirit of Outward Bound, having worked as an instructor in the 1980s. She knows outdoor education well from working with OEG and Sport and Recreation Victoria. Her career has extended to management consulting with the Boston Consulting Group and senior executive strategy and finance roles with Monash, RMIT and Melbourne Universities. With CPA. AICD, MBA and Doctorate of Education qualifications, she brings an exemplary skill set to steward OBA through this pivotal period.
Jess Bulger, Co-Chair, Board of Directors
Jess is Wiradjuri from Tumut and Brungle in country NSW and grew up in a big proud Aboriginal family, connected to her culture and witnessing great Elders and leadership. Jess is currently the CEO of the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI), based in Canberra. She began her career as a teacher and has taught within the secondary and tertiary sectors before moving into the NFP sector where she contributed to the success of CareerTrackers before joining the AIGI team. Jess is passionate about Governance, Leadership and Capacity Building, particularly with Indigenous people and communities. In her spare time, Jess is coming up with ways to entertain her toddler or supporting the passions and projects of her Mum and Aunties at home in Tumut.
Campbell Hudson, Deputy Chair, Board of Directors
In more than 30 years of legal practice, Campbell has acquired significant experience in insolvency, commercial litigation and restructuring. Through a number of initiatives, Campbell has worked to reduce the socio-economic gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and in 2014 was awarded the CareerTrackers Business Supervisor of the Year. In 2016 Campbell participated in an Outward Bound program with CareerTracker interns, that led him to join the Outward Bound Australia Board in 2019.
Robin Moustaka, Board of Directors
Located in Western Australia, Robin Moustaka brings over 20 years business development, technology, and healthcare (ICU nursing) experience. She combines those caring and strategic values with a focus on our partnerships, growth and safety. Robin is passionate about helping organisations understand digital transformation and advising on business development strategies for organizational growth. She frequently speaks on women in leadership and coaches and mentors on career development, business development and professional branding. Robin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of San Francisco and resides in Perth with her family.
Simon Crisp, Board of Directors
Dr Simon Crisp describes his OBA Standard Course in 1980 (aged 17), as the single most formative experience of his life. Working as an OBA instructor provided the foundation to his career in psychology in wilderness adventure therapy and hospital mental health settings. With over 30 years of practicing psychology, Simon brings critical expertise to Outward Bound, supporting the Board and the training and development of our field crew.

The Australian Outward Bound Development Fund Board

The Australian Outward Bound Development Fund (AOBDF) is subsidiary of OBA with deductible gift recipient (DGR) status associated with its purpose to support disadvantaged Australians through Outward Bound’s mission. In addition to the OBA Directors, the AOBDF Board is comprised of:

From the vantage of his advisory firm, GoodWolf Partners, Simon helps clients such as family and corporate Foundations and NFPs to co-design strategy and develop innovative 'for purpose' models of service and capital towards social value. Simon has been involved with Outward Bound in both Zimbabwe and Australia, and he believes there has never been a more important and exciting time to reimagine the possibilities to make a difference, to leave the world a better place, to leave a legacy.
Director AOBDF
Jon Bradshaw comes to OBA with over 25 years of global sales, marketing, strategy and organisational development experience gained with the Mars Group, Diageo PLC, Virgin Group, Lion Pty and D roga S. Nowadays he runs a successful marketing and strategy consultancy, Brand Traction. With an alarming lack of grace and skill he has spent his life outside work mountaineering, kayaking, diving, climbing and snowboarding his way around the world's adventure capitals . Over 40 years of experience in the field has given Jon an unshakeable belief that time spent being challenged in the outdoors should be an integral part of everyone's personal growth journey.
Foundation Members

Foundation members have voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and are invited to participate in our annual membership donation program. Foundation members tend to be long standing members of the OBA community. Interested in becoming an OBA Foundation Member?


The Annual General Meeting of The Australian Outward Bound Foundation is held at the end of each year. An invitation to attend the AGM is extended to the Outward Bound Australia community. Foundation Members are eligible to vote.

Register your interest to attend HERE.

Annual Reports

The Financial Reports of OBA and AOBDF are registered with the ACNC aligned with compliance requirements for charitable organisations.

OBA’s Annual Reports for recent years are available here:

2021 Annual Report
2020 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report

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