2013 Board & Management


Board of Directors

  • Ralph Alphonso - Principal, Barley Store Productions Pty Ltd
  • Gillian Baker - Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives
  • Tim Conolan - CEO & Founder of TLC for kids
  • Zoe Gladio - McDonalds Franchisee
  • Val Harding - Managing Director, International Interior Images
  • Michael Luddeni - Executive Manager, Enterprise Services and Transformation, NAB
  • Geoff Jackson - National HR & Risk Manager, Toll IPEC
  • Anton Mihoc (Treasurer) - Manager, PwC Australia
  • Andrew Schepisi (Chair) - Managing Director, Schepisi Communications
  • Lynda White - Parent Representative

Advisory Board
  • Jack Ayerbe - MaST Australia
  • Andrew Blode  - CEO, Jack and Robert Smorgon Families Foundation
  • Michael Cefai - GM Corporate & Government Sales, Acer Computer Australia
  • Mark Civitella - Managing Director, Globe Communications
  • Andy Dinan - Director, MARS Melbourne Art Rooms
  • Sarah Gibbons - External Affairs Manager, Mars Snackfood/Food
  • Leanne Giles - Director, ABT Precinct
  • Peter Grose - Director, ABT Precinct
  • Mark Kelly - Partner, Corporate Genetics
  • Bill Kusznirczuk - Managing Director, Clement-Stone Town Planners
  • Geoff Sincock - Partner, Deloitte
  • Justin Smith - Presenter, 2UE 954, 3pm-6pm
  • Judith White - Director, Judith White Enterprises
  • Bruce Woodley - Founding member of The Seekers
 Junior Board
  • Rachel Au - Manger, Business Support Services, Customer Operations, Australia Post
  • Caroline Balinska - Director, SEO Marketing Pro
  • Daniel Cannizzaro - Advisory, Ernst & Young
  • Duane D'Cunha - Director of Sales, Gecko Gear Australia Pty Ltd
  • Adam de Bree (Chair of Junior Board) - Associate Director, BDM Transation Banking, CBA
  • Bobby Gorcevski - DAAS Product Manager, Cloud Strategy & Platforms, Telstra
  • Gerrard Gough - Area Sales Manager, Victoria, Fitness First Australia
  • Stephen Hosie - Senior Strategy Analyst, NAB
  • Andrew Meere - Business Development Executive, CBA
  • Melissa Rankine - Manager/Advisory, Ernst & Young
  • Ben Sciberras - Senior Client Relationship Manager, Atlantic Group V
  • Amanda Sofo - Solicitor, Melbourne Legal Chambers
 
 
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