Our Directors

All directors positions are unpaid

Julie Morrison

Julie has a Bachelor of Business and is a member of CPA Australia. She runs her own small Accounting firm that was established in 2007. She is also a Tax Agent and a Justice of the Peace. Julie, is an active member of the community and has held committee positions over the years for a number of local clubs. 

Her personal interests include running and she is currently co Event Director of Hervey Bay parkrun. Julie is a vegetarian and believes that everyone, although small, can make a contribution to making the world a better place.  She is an animal lover and you are always greeted by her dog and cat when you come to see her. This passion for animals and helping others, along with her accounting & business knowledge makes her an asset to the board of PTSD Dogs Australia Ltd.

Angie Weeks - CEO

Angie has studied across a number of disciplines including Education, Real Estate, Horticulture, Built Environment and Dog Behaviour and Training special interest Assistance Dog. She has owned several businesses in Real Estate, Horticulture and currently a highly successful dog welcoming accommodation business called Angie’s Garden.


Angie, identifies strongly with social responsibility and believes that both individuals and corporations are accountable for making the world a better place and that it starts with our personal actions as an Individual. These actions must benefit the whole of society.

Angie, has been an active volunteer, advocate and supporter in a number of personal interest areas including an underprivileged girls touch football team, where she was known as “the positive people”, RSPCA supporter, Australia Zoo Wildlife Warrior, The Orangutan Project, Wildlife Currumbin Sanctuary and more recently created Project Shelter which helps provide Food Shelter and Vet care for shelter dogs at Maryborough Animal Refuge.

Roger and Rosie

Roger Weeks

BSc (Psych)

Having been diagnosed with both Complex PTSD and Major Depression, Roger understands what it is like to live with these debilitating conditions and the difficulties faced when trying to learn something new.

Drawing on the knowledge gained through his psychology degree, Roger is able to liaise with our trainers to ensure our training program is well balanced and sensitive to the needs of our veterans ensuring the best outcomes for all concerned.