The Financial Planning Association (FPA) has added William Johns as a new board member, while Alison Henderson and David Sharpe have been re-elected for second terms.
Johns had been a member since 2008 and was chief executive and founder of social enterprise Health and Finance Integrated, which offered financial advice for people with disabilities and chronic health conditions.
He had been a member of the FPA board policy and regulations committee from 2011 to 2016 and was NSW State Winner in the certified financial planner (CFP) Professional Best Practice Award in 2012.
He was also NSW State Winner for the Future2 Community Service Award in 2014 and finalist for CFP Professional of the Year 2016.
Henderson was previously appointed to the board on 22 November, 2016, and was director and practice principle of SWA Financial Planning (previously known as Symes Warne and Associates).
Currently the chair of the policy and regulations committee and director of the Future2 Foundation, she had been an FPA member for over 20 years, been on the legislation and regulation committee, and chaired the FPA professional designations committee.
Sharpe, who runs his own self-licensed financial planning firm Global Financial Planning, was also originally appointed on 22 November 2016 and had been a member since 2003.
He had spent four years on the WA FPA Chapter board, including two years as chair, and in 2016 was shortlisted for the FPA CFP Professional of the Year Award.
All three positions were for three years and they would be officially appointed at the annual general meeting on 27 November, 2019.