Board Members

Mrs. Carol Pollard

Carol has been involved with Blairlogie from its very beginning in 1984, firstly on the steering committee then on the Board of Management. She has been President since 2004. She is a qualified nurse by profession and was a foster mum for ten years. Carol has a daughter attending Blairlogie.

Mr. Ken Scott

Ken first joined the Board of Management in 1995 and was President for seven years, during which time he was involved in the building of the North Road facility. Ken is a retired plumbing teacher, and has a son who attends Blairlogie.

Honorary Treasurer
Mr. Peter Eaton

Peter has been a Board member at Blairlogie since 2002. He is a qualified Civil Engineer with over 35 years experience in water supply with Melbourne Water and the State Rivers & Water Supply Commission. Now working part-time with Melbourne Water, he has a son who attends Blairlogie.

Mr. Colin Butler

Colin joined the Board of Management in 2006. He is a businessman and real estate agent, former mayor of the city of Casey, member and charter president of the Lions Club of Balla Balla, chairman of the Cranbourne Racing Centre, Board Member of Casey Scorpions Football Club and Committee member and Junior Coordinator of Tooradin Dalmore Football Club. Colin has been a local resident for 30 years.

Ms. Megan Austin

Megan graduated with a BA/ LLB (hons) in 1983 from the University of Melbourne. She was admitted to legal practice in 1984. Megan worked as a property lawyer both in Melbourne and London for 12  years. In 1996, after the birth of her children, she moved in to the area of legal costing. Since this time, Megan has worked part-time in this area of law.

 Megan is also heavily involved with voluntary work. This has included being on school committees, Meals on Wheels, teaching RE at the local state school and working in an Oxfam charity shop. She currently volunteers one day a week at Cabrini Palliative Care.

Steven Pham

Steven joined the Blairlogie Board in 2017.  Steven is an Agile Squad Coach at ANZ and a Disability Advisor at Maribyrnong Council.  Steven is passionate about changing perceptions and breaking down the invisible and attitudinal barriers that prevent full community participation and inclusion for people with disability.  Steven has a brother who has a disability, it is his brother that inspires Steven to use his knowledge, experience and position to empower others and to make a positive difference for people with disability.  Steven’s work in the corporate sector has given him the ability to think and tackle business problems with an open-mind and strategic approach.