HCIA Board

Ashley Wilson AM

HCIA Chairman

Managing Director, HearingLife

Ashley has over 30 years of managerial experience in Manufacturing & Retail, and extensive experience in change management and organisational reengineering. Ashley has worked as a senior manager in USA publicly listed Sarbanes Oxley Standard companies and has extensive experience working in Asia and the USA. He has managed a significant number of acquisitions and mergers in the USA, Australia and New Zealand.

Ashley has held leadership roles and senior management roles in several $50 million+ companies throughout his career. Ashley is:

  • A Graduate and Fellow Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • A former board member Australian Health Industries Inc.
  • The current President of Hearing Aid Manufacturer & Distributors Association.
  • A member of the Federal Minister for Aged Care Hearing Consultative Committee.
  • The current Chairperson of Diving Australia (National Olympic Sports Federation) and board member since 1996.
  • The former Chair of South Australian Aquatic Sports Coalition.
  • The former President of Diving South Australia.

Janet Muir

HCIA Board

Managing Director – Retail, Oticon Australia Pty Ltd

Janet has a career that spans 21 years in the professional leadership and management of large-scale health care businesses. Janet has led large teams of people, developed and executed organisational strategy to significantly grow the business, improved financial performance, led teams through change associated with M&A projects and governance restructures, and developed governance and management strategies to mitigate risk.

At Oticon Australia (Oticon), Janet is responsible for growth strategy formation, leading & engaging a strong team to execute the strategy across a network of retail clinics in both Australia & New Zealand, and fostering a culture of innovation and empowerment. Prior to Oticon, Janet was the Group General Manager Strategy at St Vincent’s Health Australia, Group Manager Strategic Development at St John of God Health Care, and held several roles at St John of God Pathology including National Operations Manager and Director of Finance.


HCIA also has the following members:



Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Bay Audio Australia Pty Ltd

Eron Plumb is the Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of Bay Audio Group (Australia, Singapore, Taiwan & Malaysia).  He is an experienced senior retail executive with over 25 years of experience having worked with some of Australia’s most successful and leading retail brands.  Eron started his retail career with Coles Supermarkets. He then went onto hold various management and leadership positions in 3 of the retail divisions in Wesfarmers (previously Coles Myer) culminating in managing and leading the Harris Technology business through a successful turnaround before being approached to join Bay Audio as its Australian head.  Eron’s passion for customer outcomes has been a driving force behind his career growth and he now is responsible for all Bay Audio Group companies.

Nina Quinn

HCIA Member

Chief Executive Office, Neurosensory

Nina Quinn is a graduate of the University of Queensland and began her audiological career with Queensland Neuro-Otology Clinic, before moving to Australian Hearing, initially as the Brisbane District Manager and later as the Regional Manager for Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales. She then participated in the successful establishment of the Neuromonics Pty Ltd Company as its inaugural Clinical Director and helped take that venture capital start-up to its international launch in 2007.

Nina has held the position of Federal Executive Councillor, Audiological Society of Australia (2003-2006) and has participated in various task forces and reviews for the continuing development of public hearing policy and professional audiology standards. She has also performed a variety of guest lecturing and spokesperson roles in her career. Since 2008, Nina has been the CEO of Neurosensory, which provides diagnostic and rehabilitation audiology services across the east coast of Australia.  Neurosensory is a 38 year old Company and prides itself on its commitment to clinical best practice.

Nina’s strengths are her strong clinical background, business acumen and her commitment to the culture of excellence. In addition to her CEO role, Nina is a Director of Hearing Health Pty Ltd, a Director of Range Hearing Pty Ltd and a Director of Independent Hearing Centres Pty Ltd.  She is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.