Jacqueline is an experienced Non-Executive Director and Industrial Marketing Executive with a wealth of knowledge in Governance, Investment, Leadership, Risk and Audit. Through her roles as a non-executive company director Jacqueline has developed corporate governance skills that complement her previous strengths as a faculty practitioner across many diverse functions. These include management, marketing, strategic development, business development, operations management, research, quality assurance and product development.
Jacqueline's current expertise lies in corporate oversight, insight and foresight, risk management and strategic direction. In particular the previous Board Committee roles to which she has been appointed (Investment, Finance Audit and Risk) serve to further refine her strategic oversight, risk assessment and finance and investment skills.
Jacqueline has a motivated environmental and sustainability consciousness, being very aware that our legacy is inherited by our children. She is a keen participant in outdoor activities, revelling in both the green and white seasons.
Andrew is the founder and joint Managing Director of Real Estate Development Corporation Pty Ltd, as well as the founder and joint Managing Director of Canopi Homes. Andrew has a wealth of knowledge in the property industry spanning urban renewal, residential and industrial subdivision, development of commercial, industrial and retail projects, as well as medium and high-density residential development. In 2005 Andrew was admitted as a Member of the Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association.
Andrew is also the founder and Director of Global Pipe Pty. Ltd., a company that supplies fiberglass pipe products to the water and mining industries throughout Australia.
Andrew has a passion for environmental causes and is a keen skier, having been actively involved in the sport for many years. Andrew competed in mogul skiing on the World Cup Freestyle tour during the early 1990s and lived at Mt Buller for several years during this period.
Ian has had strong involvement within the Alpine sector, having previous held employment as the Manager of Corporate Services at Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort and as Chair of the Parliamentary Task Force investigating cattle grazing in Alpine National Parks. He has skills in Industrial relations, Human Resource Management and Governance. He is involved with many community organisations including being a Director on the Board of Quantum Support Services, Chair of the Organisational Capability Committee and a member of the Audit and Risk Committee. Ian with his wife Christine have established Gippsland Community Engagement, a consultancy business working with community organisations and groups across Gippsland.
Michelle has worked in local and State government as a planner, with a particular focus on the management of the planning system, for over 20 years. Michelle was the Manager of Alpine Planning for the State Government for a number of years and over the last 14 years has spent considerable periods of time in ski resorts in Australia and Japan with her family. She is currently a consultant to the Municipal Association of Victoria providing advice, advocacy and capacity building in planning and building policy. Michelle is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has an Honours Degree in Planning and Design at Melbourne University and a Diploma in Business Management at RMIT. Michelle is also a member of the Victorian Coastal Council.
Chris has significant leadership and strategic experience across Strategy, Finance, Sales, Business Development, Marketing, Board, Transformations and Operations for businesses including BI Worldwide, Club Tourism, Lumo Energy, MYOB, Sensis, NEC, Ericsson, Western Port Water, Eastern Health and the City of Boroondara.
Chris has broad industry knowledge and business improvement experience with Software, Information Technology, Telecommunications, Communication, Media, Advertising, Health, Water, Government, SMB, Tourism, Travel and eCommerce organisations.
He has non-executive board experience within the health, water and local government sectors. He has also presented at several key conferences on a range of technology, sales and marketing topics. His professional qualifications include an Engineering degree (with honours) and an MBA from the University of Melbourne.
Zita is a Non-Executive Director and highly accomplished business executive with multi-disciplinary experience across international markets. She is a Non-Executive Director of Vision Eye Institute Limited and was Chair of the Remuneration Committee; Non-Executive Director at Starpharma Limited and Chair of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee; Non-Executive Director at 4Dx Pty Ltd and Chair of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee; Non-Executive Director at Bionic Vision Technologies Pty Ltd. She has served on the Board of the not-for-profit Bio Melbourne Network. At leading global healthcare company Fresenius Kabi, Zita was Executive Vice President for South Asia Pacific, Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand and Chair of the Boards for Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. Zita has extensive experience across the Asia Pacific region, and growing companies from start-up through to large multinational status. She has extensive international experience marketing and conducting major business transactions in multiple markets across the globe. Zita was Vice President of Business Development at CSL Limited and has an extensive track record in M&A deals, licensing and commercialising products and technologies on a global scale.