Board of Management
The Langford Board
Reece Munnings has been a board member of Langford Support Services since 2018. As an experienced Certified Practising Accountant (CPA), Reece contributes his skillset to the financial and corporate governance of the organisation.
Reece is an Australian Defence Force Veteran, having completed Active Service in the Persian Gulf during 2003. This experience has provided Reece with a greater respect and appreciation for the opportunities Australia has to offer.
Reece enjoys spending time with his young family and is interested in social and community issues.
Annabel Hanke has been a Board Member since August 2014. She is a Clinical Psychologist with over 35 years experience in clinical service provision, teaching and management in public mental health services and a further 10 years in private practice. Annabel has a long standing interest in consumer input into service provision and planning.
As she is semi retired there is ample time to indulge her other passion – gardening.
Steve has been a member of the board of management since 2005, with periodic absences when living or working away from Hobart.
He has twenty years experience as a police officer and prosecutor in Tasmania, as well as working as a justice advisor and advocate for the Porgera Disabled Persons Association in the Papua New Guinea Highlands.
Steve has championed human rights and the role of problem-solving courts in the formal justice system and brings skills to the board in the areas of governance, risk management and social justice.
Enza Santangelo has been a board member since 2006. Enza is a Clinical Psychologist with significant knowledge of the disability and mental health field. Enza is currently in private practice and has 36 years of experience working in most public and private settings in Australia and in London. She is a registered NDIS provider and brings to the Board her desire to retain a person-centered perspective and to be family-focused.
Ross has extensive experience in the state’s public sector thanks to a successful career as a public consultant spanning more than 30 years. Ross was employed by the Department of Health and Human Services from 1976-2013. During the first 18 years, he worked with the Tasmanian Ambulance Service as an on-road paramedic and as a clinical instructor training students. In 1994, Ross transferred to the Human Resource Services of DHHS where he worked in many roles before retiring as a human resource consultant.
Ross joined the Board of Langford in 1994 and was elected as Chair in 2000.
Ross is also Chair of Community Based Support; he is a Life Member of both CBS & Langford.
With extensive financial management know how, business development acumen and tactical strategies developed both in business and as a submariner, Mr. Gregg's focus is delivering tangible board outcomes.
As the owner of a business that was ranked on the BRW fast 100 in 2008, Paul has demonstrated his ability to manage significant growth, raise capital, and deal with shareholders. He is a proven business builder and has successfully bought, built, and then sold a number of enterprises.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Diploma of Maritime Studies, Master of Information Systems and an MBA. He is a Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors and is an FCPA. In his spare time, he enjoys exercise, flying, a range of outdoor skills, and teaching his two sons important life skills.
Leigh has been a board member of Langford Support Services since 2012.
Leigh worked as a Community Pharmacist in Moonah for ten years and is now employed by the South Australian Government as a Senior Pharmacist within SA Health's Department for Health and Wellbeing. In this role, Leigh works with and for the South Australian community to improve public health and clinical care.
Leigh brings to the Board his clinical expertise, experience in public health, and knowledge of corporate governance gained through successful completion of the AICD Company Directors Course.
He enjoys running, being active, and spending time with his two young children.