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Board Documents

RTRFM 92.1 LTD Constitution 2018

RTRFM Strategic Framework

Social Impact Study 2018/19

RTRFM Policy-Gender Equity in Governance 2019

RTRFM Annual Report 2018

Board Members

  • James Hall



    James has been involved with RTRFM since 2009 appearing and hosting across a range of talks and music programs. He is a lecturer in the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University specialising in the field of Media and Cultural Studies. James became a board member in 2017 and was elected to the position of Chair in 2019.

  • Catherine Pazvakavambwa (Cat)


    Catherine Pazvakavambwa (Cat) is CEO of Kalahari Business Advisors as a small business
    consultant with a background in accounting which she started in 2011.

    Cat is a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand, a Registered Tax Agent and a Chartered Tax Advisor with the Taxation Institute of Australia.

    Cat is also involved with RTRfm 92.1
    as a presenter of a world music show called Global Rhythm Pot.

    She is also a producer/interviewer of the small business segment on The MagMondays called Taking Care of Business which interviews experts within the local Australian small business community to share their knowledge with others.

  • Osric Powell


    When he isn’t playing or coaching soccer, Osric invests his time between parenting and pursuing his keen interest in music, technology and can occasional be found broadcasting on RTRFM. He also sits on the RTRFM Programming Committee.

    With over 20 years of sales experience in the UK corporate IT sector, Osric used his expertise to drive revenue, improve profits and deliver customer satisfaction for international organisations both small and big.

    Here in Perth, WA, he has dedicated much of his time towards community engagement including serving as the Vice President for the Perth Caribbean Association which he co-founded and creating a talk-based radio show called Caribbean Connection which he produced and co-presented. He also assists the state football federation, Football West, with a variety of initiatives and sits on the Coaching Committee.

    He brings enthusiasm and professionalism to what he does and has a penchant for getting things done.


  • Chris Webb


    Qualifications: Dip/Cert Computer Programming.

    Chris has extensive senior management experience having worked for over 20 years across both the private and public sector. His career background is in the business management of IT. He has managed and mentored start-ups as well as working in large tier ones. He is currently working in the Fintech sector and has deep expertise in new economy business models and digital-led business transformation. Chris is a long-term on-air presenter having been involved with 6NR and 6UVSFM prior to RTRFM and is the current Chair of the Programming Committee. Chris has previously been a member and worked with other Boards of Governance. Chris joined the Board as a Director in 2016.

  • Ai-Ling Truong


    Ai-Ling has been volunteering at the RTRFM since 2012 and currently presents on Posted and The Midnight Special. She works as a policy analyst in government and outside of work gets involved in community focused arts, cultural and food projects/events. Ai-Ling has been a director on the RTRFM Board since 2017.

  • Simon te Brinke

    Co-opted Director

    Simon te Brinke, GAICD is the founder and Digital Communications Strategy Lead of Gramercy Park Consulting, an independent strategy consulting firm working with organisations challenged by disruptive technology trends in marketing and communications.

    A creative digital thinker, Simon has been working in the digital media environment since the late 1990’s. Prior to establishing Gramercy Park Consulting 12 years ago, Simon was a Group Media Director and Media Buyer for over 15 years working with some of Australia’s largest and most respected advertising agencies and media buying companies.

    His 25+ years of marketing communications experience has seen him working with organisations across a multitude of sectors including commercial, government and not-for-profit.

    Simon is a Non-Executive Director of Nulsen Group Inc., and a Non-Executive Director of WAYJO (WA Youth Jazz Orchestra). He sits on the Risk and Compliance Sub-Committee for Nulsen Group Inc., and the WA Events Sub-Committee for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

    He is also a past Chairperson of The Oasis Project – a major fundraising initiative of the WA advertising, media and communications industry that provides support to the Salvation Army’s Crossroads West Programme.

    Simon is a graduate and current member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

  • Adele Tan

    Co-opted Director

    Adele brings considerable experience in the Arts and not-for-profit sector, ranging from human rights to leadership development to community health, including serving as a CEO and senior executive. Having worked internationally and interstate on major arts festivals and peak arts bodies as well as being an avid music lover, Adele brings almost twenty years of leadership, governance, and management experience to her role with RTRFM. Currently enjoying a full life as an author, artist, postgraduate student, and consultant specialising in development with not-for-profit and social impact organisations.

    Adele is committed to the power of community radio as a vehicle for diverse voices, music, and expression.

  • Rewi Lyall


    Rewi has been a director for RTRFM from 1994 to 1998 and again since 2013. He was Chairperson of the company from 2014 to 2019. A legal practitioner, Rewi advises the company on its legal affairs. He first broadcast on RTRFM in 1992 and has been an announcer on a range of programs including Homegrown and the Mag over the subsequent 26 years.