Digital diagnostic company Ellume has announced the appointment of Joanne Moss to its board as an independent non-executive director and chair of audit and risk.
The company said the appointment supports its commitment to good governance and strengthens management resources in preparation for US commercialisation and potential upcoming ASX IPO.
Ms Moss is an experienced senior executive with an extensive career in legal advisory and corporate governance.
Her latest executive role was as the chief legal and corporate affairs officer with Pizza Hut Australia.
Previously a private practice lawyer at top tier international law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, Ms Moss advised international and domestic private, listed and government clients in both corporate advisory and dispute resolution across the corporate governance and M&A, banking and finance, major projects, energy and resources, and commercial teams.
“I am pleased to welcome Joanne to Ellume’s Board of Directors. Joanne offers the Board a highly complementary skillset with other directors, and her wealth of governance, risk and compliance expertise will be instrumental in directing the Company through near-term commercialisation of its products, as well as a potential ASX-listing,” said chairman, Paul Darrouzet.
The company said it plans to commercialise its digital diagnostic product suite in multiple markets. It has signed commercialisation partnerships with leading global healthcare companies GlaxoSmithKline and QIAGEN to launch and distribute its products.