Lesley Graham


Lesley has been working in this role in an unofficial capacity since the company moved to Hobart in 2012. She brings to the Board her considerable experience in dance education, connection and access to national and local networks and resources, a passion to see growth in dance in Hobart and intimate knowledge of DRILL’s history.


Shelley Brooks


Shelley is the Tasmanian Restructuring Services Partner at Deloitte, with over 14 years’ experience in corporate and personal insolvency, acting for mortgagees and business turnaround. She served the Board as Treasurer and advises on all financial matters.


Ayame Ochi

Secretary & Dancer's Representative

Ayame is currently studying medicine at UTas and has been a dedicated company member since 2012, performing with DRILL numerous times. As an intelligent, articulate and passionate young woman, and well-liked by the other participants, she serves the Board as an ideal dancers representative.


Rikki Mawad

Legal Specialist

Rikki is the Acting Assistant Director of the Tasmania Law Reform Institute, a Sessional Lecturer in the Faculty of Law and a Research Fellow at Melbourne University Law School. Rikki brings her legal background and governance experience to the Board.


Sally Mollison

Local Representative

Sally has a lifetime of experience working in roles in the education and community sector including QVMAG, The Tasmanian Symphony Orchesta and Ten Days on the Island, and has served on multiple boards. Her extensive involvement and connections within the community help her serve as an ideal adviser and advocate for DRILL.