Executive Team

Sally Faulkner
Sally Faulkner
Chief Executive Officer
Read more
Sally Faulkner

Sally has 25 years experience in senior nursing management positions backed up by more than 15 years as a practicing Registered Nurse.  Sally joins The District Nurses from St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital in Victoria, where she held senior management positions since 2010.

Prior to moving to Victoria, Sally spent more than a decade in senior management at Calvary Health Care Tasmania and has also undertaken similar roles in the North-West giving her a strong appreciation of the Tasmanian health system.

Nick Miller
Nick Miller
Chief Financial Officer
Read more
Nick Miller

Nick commenced with The District Nurses as Chief Financial Officer in 2015.  Nick is a Chartered Accountant (ICAANZ) with over 16 years’ experience in private practice and the not-for-profit sector, in Tasmania and nationally.

Nick holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Tasmania and is also a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).

Liam Monaco
Liam Monaco
Chief Information Officer
Read more
Liam Monaco

Liam is currently Chief Information Officer at The District Nurses.  Previously Liam acted as a Project Manager and Business Analyst in the mining, aerospace and government sectors.  Liam has a broad experience of operations management, labour resource planning, optimisation systems, supply chain and technology applications.  Liam holds an Information Systems Degree from the University of Tasmania.

Emma Curnin
Quality and Risk Manager
Read more
Emma Curnin

Emma Curnin started at The District Nurses (TDN) in 2015 as a Project Manager within the hospice@HOME team. When the hospice@HOME project closed in 2018, she transitioned to support the clinical governance team until mid 2019 when she was successful in obtaining the role of state-wide Quality and Risk Manager.

Emma brings over 20 years of healthcare expertise to the executive team. She obtained her Diploma of Professional Studies in Nursing from Manchester University (in partnership with South Manchester University Hospitals Trust) and her Bachelor of Science (hons) in Nursing from University of Liverpool. Migrating to Australia in 2003, Emma worked in South Eastern Sydney Area Health (Prince of Wales), Western Sydney Area Health (Nepean Hospital), Western Australia Country Health Service (Onslow and Port Hedland Hospitals) and Queensland Health (Aurukun Primary Health Care Centre). Emma also volunteered as a Registered Nurse/Midwife in Kenya and continues to volunteer her health care expertise as a Technical Advisor for Rotary International. 

Since moving to Tasmania, Emma worked for Menzies Institute for Medical Research and the Heart Foundation in research, policy and project coordination. During this time Emma also completed a Master of Public Health and further specialised in Quality Services (Health and Safety). 

Emma is committed to improving the quality and safety of health care for all people.  She uses a  systems level and population health approach whilst keeping the consumer at the core of all decisions.  Emma is passionate about translating research into practice and using innovative solutions to achieve improved health outcomes for all Tasmanians.​