Director: Lisa Havilah
Executive Assistant: Laura Hough
Director, Programming: Lisa Ffrench
Director, Program and Production: Kri Leitner
Director, Partnerships and Communications: Vanessa Duscio
Director, Commercial: Jennifer Moses
Farmers Markets Creative Director: Mike McEnearney
Curator: Nina Miall
Curator, Visual Arts: Beatrice Gralton
Exhibition Manager: Glenn Thompson
Performance Curator: Rosie Fisher
New Music Curator: Louis Garrick
Program Assistant: Katrina Noorbergen
Human Resources and Finance Assistant: Janine Peukert
Administrative Assistant: Nina Rokvic
Producer – Events: Chris Cobb
Producer – Events: Laura Murdoch
Head of Marketing: Stephen O’Connor
Digital Marketing Specialist: Amy Rudder
Marketing Assistant: Sophie Penkethman-Young
Partnerships Manager: Grace Davenport
Development Manager: Willa Stanton
Head of Learning and Engagement: Charlotte Galleguillos
Visitor Services Coordinator: Sarah Meacham
Visitor Services Officer: Talia Smith
Business Development Coordinator: Tonia Pinneri
Business Development Coordinator: Alexandra Porter-Hepworth
Facilities Manager: Megan Davis
Facilities Coordinator: Mathew Ibanez
Production Manager: Zac Ruokari
Production Manager: Katherine Hamilton
Producer – Food Events: Katie Graham
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Sue Cato has worked on business-critical issues and corporate activity for Australian and international corporations and entities for over two decades. Cato established Cato Counsel in 2003 as a corporate communications company providing high-level strategic transaction support and public and corporate affairs advice. She is recognised as one of Australia’s leading issues management experts having managed some of the largest issues confronting corporate Australia.
Cato is a regular panellist on ABC TV’s The Drum and the 2UE Breakfast Show. She is also a commentator on business issues for the national press. She is an advisory board member of Sydney Contemporary and a member of Chief Executive Women.
John Mitchell is a Partner of Arnold Bloch Leibler, and was previously a Partner at an international law firm. He is the Australian representative member of the International Chamber of Commerce’s global FraudNet network of leading lawyers in anti-fraud litigation. Mitchell has also been acknowledged by Who’s Who Legal in the area of asset recovery, and by Best Lawyers International in the areas of litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He is listed in the 2014 list of Australia’s Best Lawyers.
Mitchell is listed in Chambers Asia Pacific as a leading individual in the area of dispute resolution, with more than 20 years’ experience as a commercial litigator. He has represented major Australian and international corporations, government bodies and private clients, particularly in high profile regulatory investigations, insolvency, banking and insurance.
Sam Mostyn (chair)
Sam Mostyn is the Non-executive Director of Virgin Australia, Mirvac, Citibank, Transurban and Cover-More Group. She is President of the Australian Council for International Development, and a Director of Australian Volunteers International, the Australia Council for the Arts, St James Ethics Centre Foundation, the NSW Climate Change Council and ClimateWorks Australia.
Mostyn is Currently Deputy Chair of the Diversity Council Australia, and is Chair of advisory council for the Crawford School of Public Policy at Australian National University. She is also a Commissioner of the Australian Football League where she continues to advocate for the Respect & Responsibility Policy for the inclusion of women at all levels of the AFL industry. Mostyn served as the Chief of the Defence Force’s Womens Advisory Group, and was a member of the Human Rights Commission Review of the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force
Jason Glanville is a member of the Wiradjuri peoples from south-western New South Wales. He is Chairperson of the Australian Institute of Indigenous Governance, and a Director of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre. Glanville was named one of Sydney’s 100 Most Influential People (2010) and one of Boss Magazine’s True Leaders of 2011.
He is the former CEO of the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence and was the Director of Programs and Strategy at Reconciliation Australia. Glanville was a member of the National NAIDOC Committee, and the Steering Committee for the creation of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples. He was a Regional Manager for the Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy and Development, and an advisor with the Indigenous Policy Branch of the Department of the Prime Minster and Cabinet. Glanville has worked as a Senior Project Officer with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, and as Indigenous Policy Officer with the Australian Youth Policy and Action Coalition.
Adrian MacKenzie is Managing Director of investment firm 5V Capital, which he established in 2013. Prior to this, Adrian was a Managing Partner in the private equity firm CVC Capital Partners, where he worked for over 17 years. Adrian holds a range of Non Executive Director positions, including with MySale Group PLC, Madman Film & Media and Talent2 Human Resources Managed Services. Adrian is an active philanthropist to the arts, community and children’s healthcare.
Cass O’Connor is the Principal of Cass O’Connor & Associates. Cass is a Director with Goalpost Pictures and The Sapphire Group and is a Non-Executive Director with PS&C Limited and McGrath Estate Agents. Previous Board positions include, Chairman Greenshoot Pacific Pty Limited and Copyright Australia Limited. Previous Non Executive Directorships include The Bundanon Trust, Motor Accidents Authority, Lifetime Care & Support Authority, WorkCover Authority of NSW, and Matilda Rose Early Intervention Centre. Previous roles include; Corporate Advisor, Carnegie, Wylie & Company; Advisor to Head of Strategy, Optus Communications; Vice President, Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs (Australia); Director, Turnbull & Partners.