|Frank is a Partner at law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques and has just stepped down as Chairman, a position he held since February 2005.|
As well as the MBA, he holds degrees in law (LLB and LLM - Sydney University), in accounting and economics (Macquarie University).
He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Executive Committee member of the St Joseph's College Indigenous Fund, an Australian Director of the global not-for-profit organisation Room to Read, a Director of the Australian Youth Orchestra and a non-executive director of the Galileo Japan Trust, a property trust listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX Code GJT).
|Damian is Business Support Manager at Patrick Container Ports, one of the divisions of Asciano Limited.|
Damian spent 18 years in the Australian Army, holding several positions, the last of which was Executive Director, Operations: Australian Defence Force Academy Canberra. On leaving the army, he became Cabin Crew Manager (Melbourne) at Qantas Airways Limited and then commenced with Patrick Corporation in 2005. He has held a variety of positions within Patrick, Toll and Asciano. In his current role, Damian is responsible for Engineering & Maintenance; Environmental Sustainability, Security and Landside Improvement.
He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and was a delegate to the Australia 2020 Summit in Canberra in 2008.
|Mithran is Partner – Advisory Services, Ernst & Young|
He has held leadership positions in three significant international consultancies (Andersen, Monitor Group and Ernst & Young) and ran his own independent consulting practice for three years.
He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and Board Member of Berry Street (non-profit child protection and family support organization.
MBA / MMktg 2009
|Nigel is Head (Business Development) at GreenBills Pte Ltd, a venture based in Singapore. He is also an Associate Director with Sustain Ability Showcase Asia Pte Ltd which assist businesses in market entry, partnering and capital raising.|
Prior to his MBA/MMktg held a variety of roles in urban infrastructure and real estate project delivery in London and Australia. Nigel is very active in the business and environment scene in Singapore, and has worked with a number of new ventures in green building technologies and clean energy.
He is also a founder of the Net Impact Singapore Professional Chapter.
|Craig is a Principal Consultant at Churchill Consulting in Perth.|
He was previously General Manager Operations at OceanaGold, New Zealand and has held senior roles at Rio Tinto Ltd., in California and in Melbourne. He is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy.
Craig is currently the MBS Alumni WA Chapter President.
|Marie heads up the Client Strategy and Performance Division with the Australian Government Department of Immigration & Citizenship, Canberra.|
She was previously Chief Technology Architect with the Australian Government Department of Human Services and has held senior roles at Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA, and in various Government Departments including Department of Industry, Tourism and Resource, Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business and the State Revenue Office, Victoria. She has also worked in consulting and financial services.
She is a member of the Accenture Global CIO Advisory Board and the Australian Federal Policy Spectrum Program.
|Helen is a Director of Helen Kemp & Associates and Exclusive Consulting Pty. Ltd.|
She has previously been Chief Operating Officer of Healthcare Australia, Chief Executive Officer of Work Place Training Authority Australia and has held senior management roles in the public and private health sectors.
She is Speakers Ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and a member of the Australian Institute of Professional Facilitators.
|Georgina is a Director at Starfish Executive Advisory Pty. Ltd. which she founded in January 2010, which focuses on go-to-market strategy development and implementation.|
She previously held senior and varied roles in Ernst & Young Australia and is a member of The Australian Institute of Management.
|Kathryn is based in Melbourne. With a background in healthcare, she began her career as a physiotherapist at a Victorian hospital before making a successful transition to the business environment in 2002. For the past five years, she has held various senior management roles at the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), including managing the business operations relocation stream as Project Director of the Claims Operating Model of the TAC’s Geelong Relocation Project. Most recently she was Senior Manager Projects for the TAC. |
Kathryn has also held the post of Vice President of the board of management of The Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria, a not-for-profit community based organisation.
|Branko is a Principal and Head of the Civil Government & Health practice for Australia, NZ, SE Asia, at Booz & Company. He is based in Melbourne.|
Branko was previously General Manager, Technology Strategy & Transformation at NAB and prior to that was Head of IT Strategy at Westpac Banking Corporation. He has held a number of Directorship positions, including Director of IT Skills Hub Pty Ltd and the Australian Quadriplegic Association (Vic).
|Frances is Director/Head of Sales, Enspire Australia Pty. Ltd.|
She was previously Business Development Manager at Dolphin Integration Australia and is a member of the Australian Institute of Management, the Australian Information Industry Association, Women on Boards, and WiTT.
|Patricia Quigley EMBA 2009|
Patricia is a non-executive director of family-owned property businesses.
She has held executive roles in various State government organisations with the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority, the former State Insurance Office, Consumer Affairs, Department of Sustainability and Environment and the Road Traffic Authority. Areas of responsibility have included Strategic Marketing and Communications focusing on external and internal stakeholder engagement; Corporate Services including finance and accounting, funds investment, ICT, Human Resources Management, Risk Management, Compliance, and Business Improvement; Internal Audit and the Corporate Secretariat.
Norman is Google's Global Finance Lead B2B Marketing.
He is an entrepreneur at heart and has been working in finance, strategy and operations in tech companies in a variety of roles. Prior to joining Google, he was Head Finance & Operations at SVOX, Zurich - a company that evolved into the leader in embedded speech systems.
Since 2008, Norman has been serving as coach and judge at the distinguished Swiss startup program Venture.ch.
In his leisure time, he participates in ultra endurance sports events.
|Thomas is a Partner at executive coaching and corporate advisory firm, Strategic Endeavour Partners Pty. Ltd., based in Queensland.|
He was previously a Director of Mirvac Group/Springfield Land Corporation, Director of Business Development at the Australian Graduate School of Management, Sydney, and General Manager International Relations at Melbourne Business School. Prior to completing his MBA in 2000, he worked for executive search firm Egon Zehnder International in New York and Frankfurt.
He currently serves as the Vice-Chair Queensland for Australia Latin America Business Council and has been the inaugural President of the MBS Queensland Alumni Chapter.
|Kevin is Chairman and CEO of the Australian Accounting Standards Board. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland Faculty of Business Economics & Law, and Honorary Fellow at Monash University. |
He was previously senior partner at PWC Global Markets Group, Director Technical Activities and Chairman, International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee, International Accounting Standards London.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accounts in Australia and CPA Australia; member of the Financial Reporting Standards Board of New Zealand and of the Financial Reporting Council of Australia, and an Honorary Fellow in the Faculty of Economics & Commerce at the University of Melbourne.
|Michael is a non-executive director of the family-owned Stillwell Motor Group.|
His forty year career has been in the Information Technology, International Aviation and Automotive Industries.
He is a National Board Member, Audit Committee Chair and Director of Family Business Australia, a Director of Interplast Australia, a Director of the Australian Motor Sport Foundation and Commissioner of the Australian Motor Racing Commission.
He is a Trustee and immediate Past President of Scotch College Foundation, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australian Institute of Management and the Rotary Club of Kew.
|Wayne is the Group Financial Controller/Executive Director, Telstra Corporation Limited|
He has held senior roles in various areas within the business including Mobiles, Sensis, BigPond, Media (including Foxtel), Wholesale, International and more recently Network & Technology, Wireless, Service Delivery, Information Technology and head office. He was previously head of the Float Secretariat which led T1 & T2; Director, Telstra Investor Relations; Group General Manager, Financial & Business Development and General Manager, Strategy, Planning and Business Development. Before joining Telstra, Wayne was in senior Corporate Finance roles at Merrill Lynch and Baring Securities.
Wayne is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program, Harvard Business School (2003), he obtained a Master of Practicing Accounting from Monash University, has a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment, A Master of Business Administration from Melbourne Business School and a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) Deakin University.
Wayne is also a Certified Practicing Accountant, a Certified Management Accountant, a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Fellow of FINSIA. Wayne is currently a Director of many companies including Sensis Pty Ltd., Telstra Media Pty Ltd, Trading Post Group Pty Ltd and Universal Publishers Pty Ltd.