MEET ASMI’s ADMINISTRATION TEAM
- Glenn Mundey, CEO
- Sue Hewlett, Course Director
- Donna Meyerson, Finance & Administration Manager
GLENN MUNDEY – CEO – joined The Australian School of Medical Imaging as the Operations Manager in 2009 with nearly 30 years of progressively responsible experience directing as many as 60 employees in a diverse range of multimillion dollar companies across many commercial and service sectors. Glenn has led these companies through start-up, survival, turnaround and growth modes displaying superior leadership during critical transition phases.
In 2010, Glenn assumed the role of General Manager for both ASMI and Insight Clinical Services.
With a career that commenced in 1981 in electronic and telecommunications engineering, Glenn’s passion for business saw him diverse and progress to the professional services sector, commencing his studies in Land and Economics. Glenn quickly established a successful career in sales, marketing, management and operations across the Property, HR, Executive Recruitment and Construction sectors including owning and operating his own businesses during this time.
Glenn’s broad and focused expertise in telecommunications, business, human resources, marketing, new business development, operational and strategic focus for both national and international markets combined with his strengths in strong data-driven, long-term strategic planning is a welcome addition to the professional and consulting services offered by ASMI to its clients.
Glenn’s strategic direction for ASMI will cement ASMI as the leader of Ultrasound Training and Ultrasound workforce solutions on both the domestic and international platforms.
SUE HEWLETT – Sue began her training as a radiotherapist at Sydney Hospital in 1970. In 1976, she left her work as a radiotherapist to assist in establishing the Hornsby Diagnostic Ultrasound Centre. It was here she worked on the first real-time ultrasound system that could detect fetal hearts at six weeks gestation.
From 1970–1980, Sue was a key figure associated with ultrasound training in Australia. Following these years, Sue worked briefly in Melbourne while her husband accepted a job transfer. She then returned to the San in 1982 to work on brand new ultrasound technology, where she remained until 1989 when her husband was transferred again, this time to Bali. Sue returned to the San in 1995 then moved to Northside Medical Imaging Lindfield in 2000.
Major highlights of Sue’s career have been as one of the first application specialists for Unirad and ADR, research with the CSIRO and Department of Agriculture, and as a key figure in the first sonographer’s group of the then ASUMB (Australian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology). She has also been integral in setting up the DMU and sitting on its examination board.
Sue has written for many leading ultrasound journals. She has also lectured on both domestic and international levels. Sue joined ASMI in September 2007 as a tutor sonographer and lecturer.
DONNA MEYERSON − Finance & Administration Manager − Donna’s role is to communicate with all students and applicants for the ASMI GPMU program, liaise with all clinical tutors, clinical partners and universities. She manages all aspects of ASMI’s finances and administration and assists the CEO in daily tasks.