Board of Directors

2 Triple B FM is governed by a Board of Directors elected by 2bbb co-op members each year.

There is a small fee to be a member of  2bbb. Members are entitled to vote at AGMs and to stand for the Board. The Board of Directors is responsible for the direction of the station. It develops policies and recruits volunteer staff to undertake duties that will achieve the policies. There are a number of working groups established to co-ordinate activities such as programming and training, technical support, administrative duties, training and outside-broadcasting.

The Board policies guide the work of all volunteers and staff at the station. The Board has developed over the life of the station and current members have been recruited for their expertise across a range of skills including finance, marketing, journalism, business and technical management.

Current Board of Directors


Kye Ruigrok (Chairperson)
Has been involved with 2bbb since age 14. Ran successful media outlet in Brisbane. Strong networking skills.


Michael Clarke (Treasurer)
Qualified accountant, company director, and executive coach, Masters Degree in Organisational Coaching. Many years in major bank General Management


John Vallins
Australian Gold and Platinum Award winning songwriter/musician. Extensive music production including advertising industry experience

 

 

 

 

Bryony Fearne 

Former director of the Bellingen Global Carnival. Also former member of the Bellingen Showgrounds Trust and the previous director of Die Happy Productions.

 

 

 

Seth Jordan 

Over 30 years with in the Australian Community radio sector. Past content director of the Community Radio Network and Festival booker.

 

 

 

 

Kerry Pearse 

Kerry is an innovative and strategic thinker with policy, program and senior management experience. Kerry is also a highly skilled facilitator who is people and outcome focussed. She has a flair for innovation, business improvement, building high performing teams and driving change.

 

 

 

 

Julian King 

Studied at the University of Sydney and is also a avid supporter of local environmental issues and international affairs.

 

 

 

Gillian Dadswell 

Qualified Secondary School teacher with a Masters degree in Community Development. Has also served on the board of the Directors for Ministerial Board for Vocational Education and Training in the NT.