Board

Valerie Mosley

Role: Chair
Valerie Mosley is an independent consultant. Her previous experience includes Director of IT, KPMG Management Consulting, where she managed an international team that provided enterprise solutions for delivering corporate and financial information. She has also worked as a financial consultant for Merrill Lynch as well as General Manager of an international consulting group that provided advisory services to governments in developing nations in the areas of economic policy and financial reform.
Qualifications:
BS Business Education
University of Houston (USA)
Leadership Victoria Alumni
Key Responsibility:

As a board member, ensure the objectives and strategic directions of the board

Erica Edmands

Role: Board Member
Erica Edmands has worked as a lawyer and senior HR practitioner for over 20 years. Her business experience spans law, human resources, mental health and diversity. She is currently a founding director of Inclusion@work, an independent workplace investigation and mental health training specialist, and an associate director at mh@work, a successful mental health education company. Erica is an experienced NFP board member and is currently President of Kidsafe Victoria. She recently acted as a consultant to the Law Institute of Victoria in the design and development of the Mental Health and the Legal Profession preventative health and wellbeing strategy for the Victorian legal community.
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Arts (Economics and History)
University of Melbourne
Graduate, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Key Responsibility:

As a board member, ensure the objectives and strategic directions of the board

Peggy O’Neal

Role: Board Member
Peggy O’Neal has worked as a lawyer in the superannuation and financial services industry for more than 20 years. She is currently a part-time consultant for Landers and Rogers Lawyers. Previously Peggy was a partner at Herbert Smith Freehills and acted as a consultant to the Commonwealth Treasury on the Super System Review and the Stronger Super reform package. She presently serves as a non executive director on several boards including the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation and is President of the Richmond Football Club. She has been named by the AFR peer review survey as one of the “Best Lawyers” in Australia every year since 2010.
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Arts, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA)
Juris Doctor, University of Virginia (USA)
Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Key Responsibility:

As a director, ensure the objectives and strategic direction of the company

Andrew Cronin

Role: Board Member
Andrew Cronin has over 22 years experience in the professional services sector. He is currently a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he specialises in providing assurance and advisory services to public companies. He works across a range of industries, including the property and construction sectors, and he is experienced in advising companies on appropriate governance and internal control frameworks. Andrew has worked in a number of countries, including over two years in the United States. Andrew also sits on an Advisory Board for a financial planning business.
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Commerce, University of Melbourne
Chartered Accountant, ICAA
Fellow, Financial Services Institute of Australia
Registered Company Auditor, ASIC
Key Responsibility:

As a director, ensure the objectives and strategic direction of the company

Michael Barlow

Role: Board Member
Michael Barlow is an urban planner with expertise in urban strategy, city development and large project delivery with a career spanning more than 35 years. He is currently a director at Urbis Pty Ltd where he advises the private sector and government on developments including transportation projects, major retail, entertainment and mixed-use precincts and projects and strategic urban renewal projects. Michael has also worked throughout Asia and the Middle East in a variety of cities where he has advised on city developments and metropolitan strategies. Michael has co-authored a major report on creating ‘Smart Growth’ opportunities for Australian cities. He is also a member of the Lyon Foundation.
Qualifications:
Diploma of Applied Science – Town Planning, RMIT
Member – Property Council of Australia (Victoria)
Member – Victorian Environment and Planning Law Association
Key Responsibility:

As a board member, ensure the objectives and strategic directions of the board

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