Our board

Larter is governed by a Board of Directors with a diverse range of skills and experience. The Board is responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of the organisation and for delivering accountable corporate performance in accordance with Larter’s goals and objectives.

Meet our board

Colin Duff – Chair

Formerly the CEO of one of Queensland’s largest professional consultancy firms, Colin now sits on a number of Boards with a range of roles including Chairman and Executive Director providing strategic guidance and corporate support. He has over 25 years business experience as an executive across many different industries specialising in business growth at both strategic and operational levels. Well-equipped in the areas of corporate advisory, strategic growth, growth solutions, change management, performance management, operations efficiency and people management, Colin enjoys working with others motivated to growing their businesses.

Ann Maree Liddy – Secretary

Ann Maree is an accomplished health executive with almost 20 years’ experience as Chief Executive Officer. Ann Maree’s expertise includes governance, strategic and operational planning, stakeholder engagement and leadership across the health sector, particularly primary health care. Her special interests include health systems improvement, organisational development and performance, governance and leadership, and the not-for-profit sector. Ann Maree has a total of 33 years’ experience working across the health and community services sector, spanning not-for-profit, public sector, private sector; hospitals and academia. Ann Maree is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Associate Fellow, Australian College of Health Service Executives. She has served as a member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) Queensland Branch Committee since 2016.

Peter Larter

Peter is the Managing Director of Larter.  He is a health economist with twenty years’ experience in the primary health and community services sectors. Prior to consulting, he worked in national and state government health departments, Medicare Locals, peak bodies and divisions of general practice.

His passion for working with a variety of others to improve primary care, and a desire for flexible working arrangements, led Peter to beginning a consulting firm.  He has developed extensive contacts in the health sector and a detailed understanding of different health and community services contexts.  He also has an ongoing interest in political decision making in health, and working to deliver value to clients.   

Peter has other governance experience.  He is currently Vice President of the Gold Coast Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association.  Previously he was a board member of the Australian Primary Health Nurses Association and Eating Disorders Victoria, and President of registered charity Health Australia and Tanzania.