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Transparency International Australia has a Board of Directors who serve on a voluntary basis. Our staff is headed by the Chief Executive Officer with support from the Chair, other Directors and members who provide invaluable assistance.
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Peter Moore

Acting Chair
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Serena Lillywhite

Serena Lillywhite

Chief Executive Officer
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directors

AJ Brown

Professor A J Brown

Director
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Rebecca Davies ao

Director
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SIOBHAN HENNESSY

Director
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holly lindsay

Director
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PETER MOORE

Director
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Sara Pantzer

Director
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Greg Thompson

Director
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Russell Wilson

Director
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Sue Stott

Team Support (Non Director)

senior advisers

Henry Bosch AO

Senior Adviser

John Chevis

Senior Adviser

Gill Donnelly

Senior Adviser

Roger Gyles AO QC

Senior Adviser

Grahame Leonard AM

Senior Adviser

Peter Rooke

Senior Adviser

Peter Willis

Senior Adviser

John Yiannis

Senior Adviser

Mark Zirnsak

Senior Adviser

Emer Diviney

Senior Adviser

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Serena Lillywhite
Serena Lillywhite
Chief Executive Officer



Peter Moore

Peter Moore, MA (Eng Cantab), C. Dip.A.F (ACCA), GAICD, is a company director and independent management consultant with a focus on strategy, governance, financial planning and technology.

He had a long career as a managing director at Accenture, an international management consulting firm. He now consults to the not-for-profit and start-up sectors and is a director of Montsalvat Limited, Vastigo Limited and Flyford Communications.

He is the acting chair of the TIA Board, chair of the Governance Committee and chair of the Mining Committee.

(Peter Moore is based in Victoria and joined the Board on 24.11.15)

Serena Lillywhite

Serena Lillywhite is the Chief Executive Officer at Transparency International Australia.

Serena has had a 20-year career in responsible business conduct and is an experienced corporate accountability practitioner, researcher and advocate. Serena is well known for her work on the social dimensions of international business, particularly: governance, corruption, human rights, labour rights, resettlement and gender. This has included work in the financial services sector, mining and the garment and apparel sectors, and support to communities and civil society to secure their rights.

Serena is an experienced political lobbyist and communicator and has spent many years working to strengthen the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, among other corporate accountability mechanisms and performance standards.

Serena holds a Masters in International Business from The University of Melbourne, and has authored several corporate accountability publications. She has lived and worked in China and Cambodia, among other countries, and has also had an extensive career in the education sector.

AJ Brown

A J Brown, BA LLB PhD FAAL, is a professor of public policy and law at Griffith University, Queensland, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.

He was previously a senior investigator with the Commonwealth Ombudsman, a ministerial policy advisor in the Queensland Government, and an associate to President of the Queensland Supreme Court of Appeal.

He is a recognised expert in complex governance reform including integrity systems, public accountability and whistleblower protection, in Australia and internationally.

He is a member of the Transparency International Global Board and chairs the International Trends & Vision Committee. He is a member of TIA’s Policy and Campaigns Committee.

(AJ Brown is based in Queensland and was appointed to the TIA Board on 24.09.10)

Rebecca Davies

Rebecca Davies AO FAICD is a company director and facilitator and advisor on governance issues.

After a long career as a partner in the law firm Freehills, Rebecca now holds board and committee positions with the following organisations: NHMRC, Catholic Healthcare, Defence Health Limited, Archdiocese of Sydney, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and The Actuator Operations.

She is a facilitator at the Australian Institute of Directors for the Company Director Course. She is a member of TIA’s Governance Committee.

(Rebecca Davies is based in NSW and joined the Board on 30.09.16)

Siobhan Hennessy

Siobhan Hennessy CA is a Chartered Accountant and Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Melbourne.

She has 20 years’ experience in risk identification, governance practices, navigating regulatory environments and instituting anti-fraud and corruption measures. She has strong finance and risk management experience.

In her current role she provides independent expert evidence and has given testimony in courts, tribunals, commissions and relevant government inquiries on matters of alleged private sector misconduct

(Siobhan Hennessy is based in Victoria and joined the Board on 05.11.19)

Holly Lindsay

Holly Lindsay, MA (Economics), is the Senior Manager, Governance at the Australian Institute for Superannuation Trustees.

She has specialised in environmental, social and corporate governance issues in the superannuation and mining sectors in Australia including working with BHP, CSR and ACSI.

Holly is a governor of World Wildlife Fund Australia, a member of TIA’s Mining Committee and the chair of TIA’s Business Integrity Committee.

(Holly Lindsay is based in Victoria and joined the Board on 08.09.15)

 

Peter Moore

Peter Moore, MA (Eng Cantab), C. Dip.A.F (ACCA), GAICD, is a company director and independent management consultant with a focus on strategy, governance, financial planning and technology.

He had a long career as a managing director at Accenture, an international management consulting firm. He now consults to the not-for-profit and start-up sectors and is a director of Montsalvat Limited, Vastigo Limited and Flyford Communications.

He is the acting chair of the TIA Board, chair of the Governance Committee and chair of the Mining Committee.

(Peter Moore is based in Victoria and joined the Board on 24.11.15)

Sara Pantzer

Sara Pantzer, BEc Dip Law (SAB), Masters of Dispute Resolution, GAICD, is an independent consultant with extensive experience in public policy, advocacy and public affairs, having worked across a diverse range of industries and sectors.

She has spent the last 20 years working in the life sciences sector – pharmaceutical and biotech.  She also serves as a non-executive director with Sydney Community College and Motor Neurone Disease Association of NSW. Sara is a member of TIA’s Governance and Policy and Campaigns Committees.

(Sara Pantzer is based in NSW and joined the Board on 22/3/18)

Greg Thompson

Greg Thompson, BEc BDiv BE Studies TSTC, has served as a company director in numerous not-for-profit organisations with current directorships being TIA and Anglican Board of Mission Australia.

Prior to his retirement he held senior executive positions in several international development NGOs including World Vision Australia, National Council of Churches and AngliCORD.

Greg is chair of TIA’s Policy and Campaigns Committee, and a member of TIA’s Governance, Mining and Business Integrity Committees.

(Greg Thompson is based in Victoria and joined the Board on 16.6.95,)

RUSSEL WILSON

Russell Wilson, BA LLM(ANU) MAICD, Special Counsel Maddocks, has extensive experience in anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing.

Russell spent more than 10 years as the first General Counsel at Australia’s financial intelligence and anti-money laundering agency (AUSTRAC), playing a strategic role in preventing and detecting financial crime and money-laundering and in conjunction with major domestic and international financial organisations and regulators.

Russell is internationally recognised for his expertise and remains well connected to relevant government departments including Home Affairs and Attorney General’s Department.

Russell is a member of both the Policy and Campaigns and the Audit and Risk Committees.

(Russell Wilson is based in ACT and joined the Board on 22/3/18,)