Anna has two decades experience working in senior levels in global resources, manufacturing and consulting companies executing significant business improvement programs.
Tina joined the board in July 2010 and is a member of the Business Development/Sponsorship Committee. Her 25 year career has incorporated various roles within the professional services sector. As Senior Business Development Manager for leading international design firm HASSELL, she is responsible for identifying, developing and maintaining client relationships. The firm’s branding mission is about unlocking the economic, social and cultural value of places and spaces. Tina is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Chartered Accountant.
A trained lawyer, specialising in industrial relations and employment law, Lisa has 17 years experience in the oil and gas industry.
Sam has over 20 years experience in a variety of Project and Management roles working for Investment Banks UBS and Barclays Capital in London, New York and Singapore. Returning home to Perth in 2010 Sam was the Chief Operating Officer at Patersons Securities in Perth for over 4 years and is currently a Partner in a boutique Consulting and Corporate Advisory firm.
Senior Lecturer in Theatre Arts at Curtin University, Leah is the co-Artistic Director and co-founder of the multi-award winning Nest Ensemble.
David is a qualified chartered accountant and commercially focused finance professional with 20 years international experience.
Naomi is the founding director of PR consultancy Candy Stripe Public Relations. Naomi works with a number of clients across the health, lifestyle and property sectors.
Philip Mitchell is an award winning director and puppeteer with more than two decades experience working in puppetry and visual theatre in Australia. He has been Artistic Director of Spare Parts Puppet Theatre for 14 years.
Philip’s work explores the point at which the visual arts meets the performing arts – it is this point of ignition that excites and feeds his artistic journey. Through his work Philip aims too explore new directions in puppetry development; he is passionate about discovering where the artistic leadership or authorship of a work can be placed.
Philip is committed to nurturing new artistic leaders in puppetry through Australia’s only tertiary education unit at WAAPA and training programs like FirstHand.