Our Board

Our Board

Our Board is responsible for ensuring the organisation operates in accordance with relevant laws and the MTC Australia Constitution.

By providing strategic direction and financial and policy advice, the Board supports our Chief Executive, who leads our Executive Leadership Team towards achieving MTC Australia’s Vision and Mission.

MTC Board of Directors

  • Rob Campbell

    With over 30 year’s experience Rob has specialised in business consolidation, growth and transformational change across the public, private, and not for profit sectors. Rob has lead and consulted in organisations such as Australia Post, Alcatel - Lucent, Macquarie Bank, Mission Australia and Uniting. Within the Not-for-Profit sector, Rob has focussed on providing strategic direction in workforce participation, social and community housing, and community services for marginalised Australians.

  • Kim Wilson

    Deputy Chair
    Kim is the Founder of Kwela Solutions, a tech start up providing software solutions for not for profits. Kim was previously one of the architects of a successful cloud based Risk, Compliance and Incident Management software product. She has had over 10 years’ management consulting experience – most recently providing risk management consulting to Boards, senior management and risk and compliance teams.

  • Adrian Rees

    Treasurer and Chairman of Audit and Risk Committee
    Adrian is an experienced senior executive, and has worked for nearly 30 years' in the areas of funds management, finance, superannuation, insurance, customer service, sales and regulation.

  • Dr Suzanne Rickard GAICD

    Suzanne has held senior roles in the public and private sector, in academia and with CEDA (the Committee for Economic Development of Australia), a non-profit public policy membership organisation.  Over a career spanning more than 30 years, Suzanne’s areas of expertise include business strategy, corporate governance, policy development, communications, stakeholder relations, mentoring, analysis and research.

  • Suzanne Jones

    Suzanne’s career spans across corporate, self-employed and public sector environments with a strong focus on developing policy, intervention, work options and opportunity which maximizes people’s capacity to secure employment. Suzanne has served on the Australian Physiotherapy Association Council and Professional Standards Committee, and was appointed by the NSW WorkCover and Motor Accident Authorities as an Independent Peer Reviewer.

  • Michael Broadhead

    Michael has a background in multi-nationals and start-ups within multiple countries, and has experience working with Government bodies including the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.