Brian is the President of the Retirement Benefits Fund of Tasmania, Chairman of the Tasmanian Development Board and Chairman of Spark Infrastructure. Previous directorships include BT Investment Management, Dexus Property Group, State Super Financial Services and the Wayside Chapel.
His executive career included senior positions with BT Investment Management and Deutsche Asset Management in both Australia and Japan. He has also held senior roles in the Federal Government, including the Treasury, the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and Private Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition.
Dr. Julie Rimes
Julie was the Director of the Collegiate Institute for 16 years until retiring in December 2016. She has worked on a number of state and national boards and committees, including National Chairman of the Junior School Heads Association of Australia (JSHAA) and the National Executive Council (NEC) for the Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA). Further, she has state and federal roles at the Australian College of Educators.
Julie is Chairman of the Calvary Consumer Advisory Council, a member of the Calvary Community Council and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Tasmania.
In recognition of her work in education and community service, Julie was elected to the Tasmanian Women’s Roll of Honour.
Kathleen has extensive experience as a senior manager with the Federal Government’s Department of Human Services. She was previously responsible for managing the National Business Gateway and corporate support for Department staff in Tasmania.
Kathleen brings expertise in project and change management, strategic and business planning, stakeholder engagement, human resources and public sector management.
Matthew is Chief Executive Officer at Dulverton Waste Management, Chairman of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Board and is a Trustee of the Public Works Engineering Foundation. He was awarded the National Emerging Leader Award in 2009 for IPWEA.
Matthew brings expertise in general management, project management, risk management and asset management.
Kathryn McCann is a marketing and communications professional having held executive roles across the aviation, tourism, hospitality and entertainment industries in Tasmania. She is currently the Sales and Marketing Manager at Wrest Point.
Kathryn is an active participant and leader in the Tasmanian tourism industry. She is a Director of the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania, a member of the Tasmanian Heritage Council and was awarded the Minister’s Young Achiever in 2013 and the Australian Direct Marketing Association’s Runner-Up Young Marketer of the Year in 2012.
David is lead partner of the Local Government, Planning and Development team at Simmons Wolfhagen, a law firm in Hobart.
David has been Director on a number of boards in the not-for-profit and education sectors, including The Fahan School, the Hutchins School (including as Chairman of the Board) and the Red Cross in Tasmania.
Currently, David is involved with the Housing Industry Association as a member of the Regional Executive Committee, and on the organisation’s national Industrial Relations and Legal Committee as the Tasmanian representative and Chair.
Dr. Craig White
Craig has had an extensive career in public health policy and management. Between 2012 and 2015 he was Tasmania’s Chief Medical Officer after almost four years as the state’s Chief Health Officer. He spent two years as Chief Executive Officer at the Royal Hobart Hospital and has served on a range of not-for-profit, fundraising and medical education boards since 2012.
Craig acted as a Fellow at the Australian Institute of Company Directors and contributed his expert knowledge in clinical governance as a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Tasmania between 2014 and 2017. Before moving to Tasmania, Craig worked across major hospital networks in an executive capacity, including Executive Director of Clinical Services and Chief Medical Officer at Austin Hospital, Melbourne, between 2000 and 2004.
Pam has more than thirty years’ experience in senior management and leadership in the Victorian Public Service. For two years Pam spearheaded the State Services Authority (now the Victorian Public Sector Commission) as Chief Executive Officer.
Pam is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and currently sits on several boards in education, health and community sectors. She was awarded the Public Service Medal in 2012 for her contributions to improving support for vulnerable children and to emergency management recovery services.