Jack Hamilton career spans over 30 years in the energy sector. He has held senior positions across the energy sector over the past 15 years including heading up Australia’s largest resource project as Director North West Shelf Ventures for Woodside Energy Ltd., CEO for a Liquid Natural Gas project in PNG following on from a 21 year career with Shell in both local and international roles. His career gained experience across a range of functions including, strategy development, commercial marketing, mergers/acquisitions, capital raisings, manufacturing operations and project management in the energy and petrochemical sectors.
Jack is currently a non-executive director with Calix Ltd. He formerly held directorships with DUET Group Ltd, Southern Cross Electrical Engineering, Federation Training and chair of Renu Energy Ltd and Antilles Oil and Gas NL.
He graduated from Melbourne University with a degree in Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and a Doctorate of Philosophy in 1981 before joining Shell. Jack is married with two children and is resident in Melbourne, Victoria.
– Nomination and Remuneration Committee Member
– Audit and Risk Committee Member
– Managing Director and CEO (Jan 2009 – Jun 2016)
– Non-Executive Director (Jun 2016 – )
Dr Cumming has over 20 years experience in the healthcare and biotechnology market. Geoff’s roles have progressed from pure research to sales and marketing roles through to Managing Director level and Board seats. Previously Managing Director of Roche Diagnostic Systems – Oceania Regional Centre, where he transformed a loss-making business to one achieving over 30% compound annual growth over a four year period and the highest profitability levels in Roche’s global organisation. Geoff was also Managing Director and CEO of Biosceptre International Ltd, a Cambridge (UK) based biotechnology company commercialising a range of products in cancer treatment and diagnosis. Dr Cumming is the Non-Executive Chairman of Bard1 Life Sciences Limited (ASX:BD1).
Christopher Parker’s career in the medical diagnostic and device industry spans more than 30 years. Having worked all over the world, he has developed substantial global experience of diverse healthcare environments and has a keen interest in emerging technologies. Beginning his career as a Medical Laboratory Scientist in Australia, Christopher then moved to the commercial sector in a business management role and spent almost 14 years working in the Australian in-vitro diagnostics industry. Christopher joined Roche Diagnostics in 1997 and over the next twenty years held roles of increasing scope and responsibility in sales, marketing, business development and country management across the Asia Pacific region (Singapore, Taiwan and India), in Canada and the United Kingdom. In 2017, Christopher retired from Roche Diagnostics, moved back to Australia and has since formed Stratigent Consulting, an organisation that specialises in providing customised, professional advice in the areas of Business Development, Change Management and People Leadership.
– Chartered Accountant with significant experience as public company CFO and Secretary
– Focused on junior resource companies
– Financial, administration and governance
Mr Cornish is an accomplished and highly efficient corporate administrator and manager. Duncan has more than 20 years’ experience in the accountancy profession both in England and Australia, mainly with the accountancy firms Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has extensive experience in all aspects of company financial reporting, corporate regulatory and governance areas, business acquisition and disposal due diligence, capital raising and company listings and company secretarial responsibilities, and serves as corporate secretary and chief financial officer of several Australian and Canadian public companies. Mr. Cornish holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and is a member of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Dr Katherine Woodthorpe AO is an experienced Chair and Non-Executive Director serving for 20 years on the boards of a variety of organisations including listed entities, government boards and for-purpose organisations. She has a strong track record in a broad range of innovation-dependent industries including healthcare, renewable energy and environmental and climate science. She has been cited in various media as one of Australia’s most influential people in innovation. Katherine has deep knowledge of the private equity and venture capital industries in the financial sector as well as working closely with superannuation funds on their alternative investments in the private equity space. For seven years she was the Chief Executive of AVCAL, the Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. Prior to AVCAL, she held a broad range of management and board positions, in Australia and overseas. Katherine commenced her career initially as a chemist then moved to sales of specialised laboratory equipment into the medical and oil, gas and petrochemical sectors covering the geographies of Europe, Asia and the Middle East before locating permanently to Australia in 1988. Katherine holds a Bachelor of Science (Manchester Uni.) and Ph.D. (Chemistry, Leicester Uni, UK).
Dr. Woodthorpe, amongst several positions, is a Non-Executive Director of the Olivia Newton John Cancer Research Institute, Bioplatforms Australia Ltd and Vast Solar Pty Ltd.
Ms. Glenda McLaughlin is an experienced Non-Executive Director with over 25 years’ experience as an Investment Banker and Senior Executive working in Australia, Asia, the UK and the US. She has held senior executive roles at leading financial institutions Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse and Barclays Capital where she led the Energy and Infrastructure Group in Australia. In addition to her work in the energy sector, Glenda has experience in the medical diagnostics, telecommunications, information technology, media, transport and financial services sectors. Glenda co-founded listed Australian gas company Metgasco Ltd, where she was Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer for eight years. Glenda holds a Bachelor of Economics and Master of Business Administration and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ms. McLoughlin currently holds the positions of Non-Executive Director with Senex Energy Ltd where she chairs the Audit and Risk Committee and is Chair of SCEGGS Redlands.
Ms. McLoughlin is Chair of AnteoTech’s Audit and Risk Committee.
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