Our Executive team

Our Executive Team drives HealthShare Victoria's strategic planning and direction.

Neil Rodaway
Chief Executive Officer 

Neil Rodaway CEO

Neil commenced as HealthShare Victoria’s (HSV) Chief Executive in January 2021. 

After more than 20 years in the healthcare and logistics sectors, Neil brings extensive senior leadership experience across a number of businesses to HSV. 

A Chartered Accountant and Chartered Company Secretary, Neil’s experience building and leading businesses, developing strong and focused teams and delivering commercial customer centric solutions is complemented by a strong financial expertise. 

Neil’s most recent role prior to joining HSV was as a Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary in the mining, transport and industrial sector where he led finance, IT, governance, legal, property and commercial areas.

He has been Managing Director of two listed entities, Vision Group Holdings (Healthcare) and Prime Trust (Property) and in addition to those public roles he has led the former Mayne Group’s Pathology, Diagnostic Imaging and Medical Centre businesses. Neil was involved in the growth and establishment of those businesses, the development and eventual sale of Mayne’s leading hospital portfolio and the implementation of a shared service model across the whole of Mayne Group. Neil was also involved in the establishment of Mayne Logistics as a provider of warehouse and distribution services.

Originally hailing from Liverpool, England, Neil has lived in Australia for over 30 years, 24 of those in Melbourne. 

John Delinaoum
Director Finance, Risk and Governance (CFO)

B Bus (Acc), FCPA, GAICD, Grad Dip (Marketing), Grad Cert (Health System)

John Delinaoum Director Finance Risk and Governance

John commenced at HSV in March 2015. With almost 20 years' experience in the health sector, John has held senior finance leadership roles within public, private and aged care services.

John's most recent role prior to joining HSV was as Director Finance Services at Northern Health.

John has extensive experience in business planning, enterprise risk management, corporate services functions, systems technology design and implementation. He is also a member of the Audit and Risk Committee of the Australian College of Optometry, providing governance and risk management support.

Angela Malone
Director People and Culture

DipAppSc, Cert Training&Assessment, Cert OHPrac, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 

Angela Malone Director People and Culture

Angela joined HPV in March 2014 following an extensive career in human resources and industrial relations management. Angela's recruitment and consulting experience includes senior roles across the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, including as Human Resources Manager at Ford Australia's Melbourne head office.

Across her career, Angela has a consistent record of success in working closely with management and other stakeholders to develop and implement effective human resource solutions. Angela's collaborative approach, strong business acumen and focus on strategic HR planning, often in complex and challenging environments, has been key to organisations achieving their business objectives.

Angela has qualifications in Applied Science, and has completed a range of management programs and Six Sigma Green Belt accreditation. 

Alfred Matthews
Director Customer Engagement 


Alfred Matthews Director Customer Engagement

Alfred Matthews joined HPV in September 2016. In June 2017 Alfred was appointed HPV Head of Indirect Products and Services, implementing strategies to improve collaboration and deliver financial and service quality outcomes which resulted in HPV being nominated as a national finalist by Procurement and Supply Australasia in October 2017.

Prior to joining HPV, Alfred spent more than 10 years at Monash Health managing non-clinical support services teams including food, cleaning, waste, the Customer Contact Centre, retail and security, and leading tenders for service contract categories. Alfred was a member of many inter-professional teams within Monash Health and led initiatives including bringing the food services team in-house from an outsourced model. Alfred was part of the project team and managed Monash Health's new central production kitchen, implemented innovative steam and microfibre cleaning across the service and introduced a cook-freeze meal model to improve patient satisfaction and deliver efficiencies.

Joe Neill
Director Procurement and Value Delivery (CPO)


Joe Neill Director Procurement

Joe joined HPV in October 2017 and brings more than 35 years of procurement experience across diverse industries in both the public and private sectors, together with a deep understanding of Victoria's health industry gained over two decades.

Joe's experience over the past 18 years includes senior positions at Melbourne Health and more recently at Austin Health, where as Director Supply and Contracts he was responsible for the hospital's total procurement budget. 

Originally hailing from Dunfermline in Scotland, Joe is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (MCIPS) and holds a Diploma of Business in International Trade.

Raph Even-Chaim
Director IT, Data and Systems

MMgt(InfoTech), MBA, MAICD 

Raph Even Chain Director IT Data and Systems

Raph joined HSV in May 2021 and brings more than 20 years of experience in managing technology strategy and operations in SME and large enterprise across logistics and retail industries. 

Most recently Raph has managed IT strategy and operations in the Mining Logistics and Industrial sector.

Over his career, Raph has managed information security, governance and risk, while working with internal and external stakeholders to deliver solutions across finance, supply chain and information systems.

In addition to a number of industry certifications, Raph has a Masters of Management (Information Technology) and an MBA as well as being a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Raph is also a board member of Neighbourhood Watch Victoria, providing advice on Information Technology and governance.