Professor Tom Calma AO

Professor Tom Calma has extensive experience in Indigenous education and human rights for the past 38 years. Professor Calma is Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and was appointed National Coordinator, Tackling Indigenous Smoking in March 2010. From 2004 to 2010, he was Aboriginal and Torres...

Ms Pauline Carr

Director, Newmont Asia Pacific Pauline Carr has over 25 years of management and commercial experience in the resources industry with both Australian and international companies, as well as over 15 years comprehensive compliance and governance experience with listed company boards. Previously Ms...

Mr Rob Chapman

Chairman Adelaide Football Club Ltd: Rob Chapman is a South Australian-born businessman, CEO of St George Bank and Chairman of the Adelaide Football Club. His early career was spent in the insurance and funds management industry, initially in Adelaide, then in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne before...

Dr Alice Clark

Executive Director Shelter SA: Dr Alice Clark is the Executive Director of Shelter SA, the peak body for housing in South Australia. She has an extensive background in housing, the community sector, research and policy analysis, and is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Quality Use of Medicines and...

Professor John Climax

Professor John Climax is a co-founder of ICON plc, one of the world’s largest contract research organizations. He was ICON plc’s Chairman from November 2002 to December 2009 and prior to that he served as Chief Executive of the Company. He has over 30 years of experience in the contract research...

Ms Susan Close

Susan Close is the State Member for Port Adelaide and was elected in February 2012. She has lived locally on the LeFevre Peninsula for over ten years with her family and is passionate about representing the people in their community. Before entering Parliament she was a senior manager in the...

Mr David Copley

CEO Pangula Mannamurna Inc. (PMI) Health Service: David Copley is an Aboriginal man of Kaurna and Peramangk descent and a recognised Elder of the Kaurna & Peramangk Nations of South Australia. He was the first Aboriginal person to obtain a Diploma of Applied Science (Developmental Disabilities)...

Mr Robert and Mrs Gayle Cowan

The Cowan family are long-time supporters of higher education and provide assistance to hundreds of students faced with the oft-daunting task of moving from regional areas to the city. Bob and Gayle established the Cowan Grant to support initiatives that help financially disadvantaged students gain...

Adjunct Associate Professor Lydia Dennett

Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer SA South Australian Department for Health and Ageing: In 2011, Professor Lydia Dennett was appointed to the role of chief nurse and midwifery officer for SA Health. Prior to taking up that role, Ms Dennett served as director of nursing/campus manager at Western...

Dr Susannah Eliott

Chief Executive Officer Australian Science Media Centre: A successful science communicator, Dr Susannah Eliott is the CEO of the Australian Science Media Centre, a non for profit organisation that works together with the media to bring evidence-based science to the public.

Professor Anthony Finkelstein

UK Chief Scientist: Professor Anthony Finkelstein is a British software engineer and currently the Chief Scientific Adviser for National Security to the British Government. His research is based at the Alan Turing Institute and he holds a Chair in Software Systems Engineering at University College...

Ms Joanne Fox

Chief Human Resources Officer, Santos: Joanne Fox is responsible for Santos’ human resources function, which supports the company in matters relating to people and organisational effectiveness. She has more than 25 years’ experience working in the area of human resources for ASX listed companies...