IPAA Victoria Board

The Board consists of 10 financial members of the Victorian Division, including at least one person from each of the following: federal, state, and local government sectors, the academic sector and the private sector.

Board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting for a 2 year term. The appointment concludes at the end of the second Annual General Meeting following the member’s election.

5 board members are elected at each Annual General Meeting. The Board meet at least 6 times annually and is comprised of the following public sector representatives:

Gill Callister

Secretary, Department of Education and Training (Vic)

President

Chair, Executive Committee

Appointed 2013
Reelected 2015

Adam Fennessy

Secretary, Department Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Vic)

Deputy President
Member, Bendigo Committee
Elected 2015

Elaine Carbines

CEO, Geelong Regional Alliance

Chair, Geelong Committee

Elected 2015

Jenny Gray

CEO, Zoos Victoria
Co-opted 2014
Elected 2015

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Ian Hamm

Director, Economic Inclusion
Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources

Elected 2016

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Natalie James

Fair Work Ombudsman
Fair Work Ombudsman

Elected 2016

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Kym Peake

Secretary, Department of Health & Human Services (Vic)

Member, Program Committee

Elected 2013
Reelected 2015

Dr Emily Phillips

Deputy Secretary, Agriculture Energy and Resources, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (Vic)

Co-opted 2014
Elected 2015

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Adrian Robb

CEO, Bayside City Council

Chair,
Awards Committee

Member, Program Committee

Member, Executive Committee

Elected 2013
Reelected 2015

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Dean Yates

Victorian Government & Public Sector Leader, Advisory
EY

Elected 2016

Jennifer Wolcott

Jennifer Wolcott

Co-opted 2016

Nominations and Elections

All financial Personal Members and Corporate Member Heads are eligible to serve and vote for the Board. Nominations of candidates for election to the Board should be made in writing on the prescribed form distributed to eligible members prior to the AGM each year, which must be signed by two financial members and the candidate.


Building the capacity, integrity and reputation of the public sector in Victoria