Liam became chair of the charity in 2018 and has also chaired the Program Partners Advisory Panel (PPAP) since its inception in 2019. He retired from his position as Chief Operating Officer of Seven West Media (WA) in 2015 after a 40 year career in the media and manufacturing industries. He makes a significant contribution to the WA community on numerous not-for-profit and health service industry boards, and is an adviser to the Emerging Leaders Program at Murdoch University. He is currently a member of the Medical Board of Australia in W.A, the South Metropolitan Health Service, deputy chair of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of W.A, and deputy chair of Crime Stoppers W.A.
Liam is widely recognised as an exceptional mentor and business leader who has the ability to motivate both individuals and teams to perform at their peak. He has a particular talent for reducing complex problems to manageable components, and by working diligently and collaboratively with stakeholders he often finds innovative solutions to challenging economic and structural problems. He has a passion for streamlining business processes, and uses an inclusive leadership style to encourage the development of highly effective results driven teams.