Cleveland Fagan (Djabugay)
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Cleveland Fagan has worked within the health sector in both government and non-government for more than 20 years.
He was previously the CEO of Apunipima Cape York Health Council for 11 years, and prior to that held positions on the board of Wuchopperen Health Service, QAIHC and the RFDS.
Cleveland is currently the Project Officer for the Yarrabah Leaders Forum, which is a collective of Councillors, Chairs, CEOs and other leaders from across the community who are working together to address the social determinants in Yarrabah.
Angela Young (Kullilli/Koa)
General Manager - Policy & Research
Angela commenced her career in Canberra as a Government Lawyer with the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations. Over the last 13 years she has worked in various roles in the Australian Government. For the past 8 years Angela has been in leadership and senior management roles in Queensland; predominantly engaged in the delivery of Indigenous Affairs programmes; most recently for the Indigenous Affairs Group in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Angela brings with her significant experience in policy and programme development, stakeholder management and Indigenous leadership in Government. She is passionate about creating and leading teams to achieve positive and sustainable change and has a keen interest in working with key stakeholders to develop innovative and responsive, community-led solutions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Angela has a Bachelor of Laws from James Cook University and was appointed as the General Manager of Policy & Research in June 2017.
Bevan Ah Kee (Kuku Yalanji/Yidinji/Waanyi)
General Manager – Sector Development
Bevan has worked in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Sector for the past 25 years in the areas of welfare, law, justice and health. He has worked in front-line service delivery positions and has had roles in administration, finance, policy, community engagement and leadership. Bevan was the CEO of Mamu Health Service in Innisfail before returning to QAIHC.
Bevan and his family have a long history in Aboriginal affairs and he is a strong supporter and advocate for social justice. Having played sport for most of his life, he sees sport as one path (amongst others) to be able to achieve better life outcomes for his people. Bevan is a member of a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations across health, native title, housing, sport and recreation.
General Manager - Corporate Services
Glen commenced a career in the financial sector as a public practice tax accountant. After five years in the public practice accounting sector and having progressed to a senior accounting role, he transitioned to the commercial sector commencing within the construction industry.
Glen has a Bachelor of Business from the University of Southern Queensland, a Masters of Accounting from the Queensland University of Technology, and is a CPA qualified accountant. In addition, he is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a registered BAS Agent. Glen was appointed as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) in December 2014 before later becoming the General Manager, Corporate Services. He was previously General Manager, Corporate Services and the QAIHC CFO.