MIPS Executive


Natasha Anning
Chief Executive Officer, MIPS
and MIPS Insurance

Natasha is a strategic leader with extensive experience across general and life insurance and management consulting in Australia and the UK. She believes the most effective way to drive sustainable value for members is to invest time and effort into the people delivering on our member proposition. Natasha is passionate about insurance and membership organisations given the value they deliver for their members and the community. Natasha holds a Master of Finance, a Bachelor of International Business and is a Fellow of FINSIA.


Dr Owen Bradfield
Chief Medical Officer

Dr Owen Bradfield is a qualified medical practitioner and health lawyer, having graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Laws double degree with First Class Honours. With over 10 years’ experience in medical indemnity, Owen combines his role at MIPS with academic research at the University of Melbourne where he examines the intersection between doctors’ wellbeing and medico-legal claims, complaints and disciplinary processes. Owen brings both clinical and strategic leadership in the delivery of our membership benefits including education, member advocacy, and risk management services. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and was a 2020 Fulbright Future Scholar at Stanford University in California.


Naomi Feast
Chief Risk Officer and
Company Secretary

Prior to joining MIPS, Naomi worked in the insurance and energy industries in varied executive and senior roles, and across policy, regulatory and consumer protection experience in state and federal government. A Fellow of the Governance Institute, Naomi holds a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Business Administration. Outside of her work at MIPS, Naomi volunteers her time as an external member of the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee for ‘Fitted for Work,’ an organisation dedicated to helping women find and retain employment.



Mark Raberger
Executive General Manager,
Service and Operations

Mark has considerable insurance experience across workers compensation, life insurance and now in medical indemnity with MIPS. He is a qualified physiotherapist, having worked in private practice for some years, and was an active chair of the Board of the Australasian Life, Underwriting and Claims Association (ALUCA). He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in operations, enabling best practice in claims management and member services. An advocate for strong communication, positive culture and continuous improvement, Mark continuously delivers exceptional experiences for our members.


Marianne Dodd
Executive General Manager,
Member Experience

Marianne has extensive experience leading member experience, marketing and product functions in commercial and member- based organisations. She has successfully spearheaded customer and member transformations in the financial services and education industries, leveraging her unique ability to align innovation with brand and technology. Marianne is a member of the Australian Marketing Institute and holds a degree in Applied Science. She is dedicated to creating meaningful experiences that truly make a difference to people’s lives.


Barry Leung
Executive General Manager,

Barry is a Fellow of the Actuaries Institute, and is responsible for the finance, actuarial, treasury, data analytics functions and program management office. He has experience working in the healthcare and insurance sectors, holding a number of senior roles across major health insurers including Medibank and Defence Health. Barry is passionate about better health for all. Prior to joining MIPS, he was an Impact Insurance Fellow with the International Labour Organisation, advising the National Health Insurance Authority in Ghana West Africa on the country’s universal health cover scheme.


Lucian Burns
Head of Technology

Lucian takes pride in delivering secure and meaningful technology experiences, generating value for our people and members whilst paving the way for an increasingly digital future. He is influenced by a diverse career spanning roles in engineering, member service, management, and leadership, with almost two decades in mutual insurance. He believes that culture is the cornerstone of technology, for worthy and far-reaching outcomes.


Leea Whitmore
Head of People and Culture

Leea is an experienced people leader and change agent who has worked in the technology, finance and insurance industries across the UK, Europe, America, and Australia. Having worked in startup, member based and global organisations and a member of the Australian HR Institute, Leea brings the knowledge of varied approaches and methodologies to the people space. With a focus on a high-performing and engaged workforce, Leea is committed to delivering the best outcomes for people and organisational needs and continuously strives to align the two.

See members of the MIPS Board.