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Bali Community Liaison Officer
Phil & Rebecca Britten
Board of Trustees
Dr Norman Gray
Professor Fiona Wood - Australia
Lindsay Ross - ACT
Public Relations Advisor
Nicki Williams (SPYN Communications)
Nicole Tyrie - Jump Online
Aussiecom Internet Consulting
Nick Way is a media and communications professional who’s career has spanned newspaper, television and public relations. His commitment to the Bali Peace Park project began after he witnessed the devastation of the 2002 and 2005 terror attacks while covering the tragedies as a reporter for Australia’s Ten Network. He joined the Association when it was started in 2008 but has worked with numerous charity groups in Australia, South East Asia and India since the 1990s. He has two daughters and one granddaughter and is married to Karen Way.
Gary Nash was 58 years of age when he survived the Bali Bombings in 2002 with burns to 54% of his body and shrapnel wounds. The now retired proud father of two, grandfather to four and husband to Sharon Nash, would love to see a Peace Park built so there is somewhere peaceful and relaxing to visit to help ease the horrid memories of 2002.
Djinaldi Gosana has enjoyed a distinguished career in Bali’s tourism and hospitality sectors, after studying and training in Indonesia and Europe. He has been Executive Director of the Bali Hotels Association for seven years and is well known for innovative community engagement. He supports corporate social responsibility and believes the peace park project will strengthen Bali’s spiritual tourism.
Sharon Nash is the wife of Gary Nash a 2002 Bali Bombing survivor holds the position of office manager at Jason Mazda and has been with the same company since 1986. She is also a Nanna to 4 lovely grandchildren, and would love to see a Peace Park built in Bali.
Antony Svilicich survived the 2002 Sari Club bomb with burns to 64% of his body, spent 44 days in an induced coma in the Royal Perth Hospital Intensive Care Unit and was the last survivor to leave hospital in Western Australia on Jan 6 2003. He would love to see a Peace Park built on the site of the former Sari Club to provide a sanctuary for people to reflect on the tragedy of 2002.
Karen Way is a travel professional of more than 20 years experience, with strong empathies with Bali and Indonesia through personal and business connections. She had friends who suffered and died during the Bali bombings and she endeavoured to use her travel agency skills to assist affected families. Karen joined the Peace Park Association in 2008 and has provided the project with both personal and travel support.
David Napoli is an experienced business man with knowledge in organisational development, business process improvement, human resource management and sustainability of organizations. David’s goal is to work towards achieving productive, profitable and responsible organizations where people can work with a clear purpose, respect, dignity and care, in order to maximise their contribution. David and his wife have a property and a business interest in Bali. They are also active in charity work in Bali.
Phil Britten is a motivational speaker, professional martial artist, author, business owner and public spokesperson for the Bali Peace Park. Phil joined the Bali Peace Park Association following his experiences in 2002 as a survivor from the Sari Club bomb blast where he sustained burns to 60% of his body.
Rebecca Britten is an author and small business owner with a keen interest in public relations and business development. As former secretary of the Bali Peace Park Association (2008 - 2012), she was inducted into the WA Women's Hall of Fame for her contribution in this role.