Antoinette has worked in Health Services for 30 years. Serving within a wide range of both clinical and managerial roles,
with specific focus on service developments and improvement, strategic development, policy development, and implementation and governance.
She provides Management Consultancy services with specific focus on organisational core values and service impact, managerial development, support requirements and well-being.
She started her exploration of the various faith traditions and religious beliefs of the world as a teenager, having a deep interest in the human condition and the role of spirituality within our relationships and day to day lives.
Antoinette acknowledges and respects the role which organised religion plays in many people’s lives but equally respects those who do not subscribe to any religious beliefs or practices and who have their own understanding and beliefs, independent of organised religion.
Antoinette has been married over 30 years and has two grown up sons. She loves reading and writes a little poetry from time to time. She also loves nature, hiking and walking.
She feels blessed in her life, given the many privileges her various professional roles have enabled her to have
- As a Midwife bringing new life into the world in delivering a new-born baby,
- as a nurse, caring for young and older ill individuals along the life cycle continuum,
- and especially the privilege of accompanying and supporting people and their families on their end of life journey.
She is deeply grateful that the gift of privilege continues in her role and service as an Interfaith Minister, in creating ceremonies for major life milestones and in being a legal marriage solemniser.