Board of Directors
B.Com, LL.B, LL.M
Kate is a Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions lawyer. She is the Deputy Chief Executive Partner of Clayton Utz.
B. Comm, CA, GAICD
Sondra has 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. After qualifying as a chartered accountant with Deloitte, she joined Westpac in 1995. She has filled various roles in the bank’s finance area, since 2013 as CFO for Westpac Pacific.
B.A. (Hons), M.A. (Public Policy & Management)
Pam worked for more than two decades in education, training, and employment policy. She applied this expertise as an education and community consultant, and now splits her time between Australia and France.
B.S., M.B., formerly FRACP
Bill is a former education and public health practitioner, working with WHO for 21 years, latterly in Nepal and Cambodia. He is now involved in community support with Landcare
Gordon has had an executive career with several global companies, latterly as CEO of Lion Nathan. He now acts as chair of Woolworths and Origin Energy, and as a non-executive director of Macquarie Group and Quick Service Restaurants.
Ed. D, Harvard
James has worked for World Education Inc. (WEI) on education and livelihoods development programs in Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal and India. He is based in Boston where he is Vice President of WEI’s Asia Division.
Damien has worked for more than 25 years as a management consultant, mostly with Accenture, specialising in the healthcare field. He is a director of Accenture Australia Foundation, Smile Dental, and Australian Agricultural Technologies.
B.Soc.Sc., B.Com (Hons), M.Sc. (Town & Regional Planning)
Guy is a development expert who has worked in Africa and the Asia and the Pacific. He consults and advises governments and NGOs on microfinance, institutional development, public policy and vocational training.
B.Com. LL.B LL.M
Aaron is a consultant with the Asian Development Bank’s Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative. He is responsible for business law reforms across the Pacific to improve the climate for private sector growth.