Our Board

Daniel King

Board Chair
Daniel is a senior marketing leader with over 20 years of digital, communications and marketing experience with large complex organisations. As a digital leader, innovator and award winner, Daniel's clients have included the Australian Federal Government, State Government, and leading global and Australian organisations in the Health, Banking and Insurance, Utilities, Automotive, Education, and FMCG sectors. Daniel has a passion for the health sector and over 15 years of experience partnering government and industry to reach and engage with national, state, and local communities to tackle diverse general and specialist healthcare related issues and conditions. Daniel (GAICD) has 12 years board governance experience with organisations focuses on improving health and safety outcomes, that have built digital platforms and online utilities to serve, support, educate and engage Australian audiences.

Drew Davidson

Drew (CPA) is a committed professional advisor to the Public Sector, working with a range of clients from central government through to government agencies and not-for-profits. He has focused on servicing Australian Universities for the past 8 years. Prior to establishing his own independent practice, Drew held the role of National lead Risk Advisory Partner for the Higher Education sector at Deloitte Australia.
Drew has advised education sector organisations including the Department of Education and Training (VIC, NSW, ACT and NT), over 20 Universities and a range of TAFE and RTO organisations. He prides himself in his focus on working closely with his clients to develop pragmatic, tailored solutions that are sustainable and cost effective.
He has worked broadly on issues ranging from financial sustainability, funding model design/policy, risk management service model design, cutting regulatory red tape and developing advanced risk analytics. He brings particular experience in establishing fit for purpose, robust governance models for the organisations he works with.

Tim McColl Jones

Board Director
Tim is the Principal of McColl Jones & Co Advisory. He is a senior marketing leader with experience working across a range of complex organisations including Qantas, where he held the role of Chief Marketing Officer from 2013 -2015. Tim’s clients have included Bunnings, BHP, University of Melbourne, Xero and Brand Abu Dhabi.
Tim is a Director of Kay & Burton Group and chairs the organisation’s Audit, Risk and Compliance committee. He is also an advisory board member for Carr Design Group and previously held a non-executive director’s role with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and The Robin Boyd Foundation.

Deb Robertson APM, GAICD, CF

Board Director
Deb Robertson is the Commander in charge of Intelligence and Covert Support at Victoria Police with over 40 years experience across operational policing and strategic roles. Deb holds an Advanced Diploma of Public Safety and Police Investigation, an Advanced Certificate in Management, and postgraduate qualifications in Gender and Policing. She served two years as the Vice President of The Police Association Victoria (TPAV), served as a Director of the Police Federation Australia (PFA) and received a Churchill Fellowship in 2017.
Deb is also a current sitting non-executive member of BankVic board and the Chair of Blue Light and sits on an advisory board at RMIT. She is a recipient of the Australian Police Medal (2015), a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and completed the AICD Board Mastery Course in 2021. Deb is also a Member of the Registration Division of the Police Registration and Services Board (Victoria).

Camille Kingston

Board Director
Camille Kingston is an experienced public sector executive at both the federal and state levels, with a strong background in justice and community safety policy, economic policy, regulation and governance. She has also worked in the private sector across a broad range of industries. She has a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Arts and postgraduate qualifications in Industrial Relations and Legal Practice.

Fi Slaven

Board Director
Fi is the General Manager of the top 10 business advisory firm William Buck Victoria, leading all the non-accounting divisions of the practice, as well as chairing the Risk Committee. Passionate about diversity, equality, technology, and the promotion of women’s participation in STEM, Fi has held a multitude of executive roles that drive cultural change. Only recently did she step down as the Secretary of the Victorian ICT for Women Network and Director of the Go Girl, Go for IT program. Fi was recognised for her contributions to the industry by her peers and was named 2014 National and Victorian ICT Woman of the Year. Fi’s career has also included roles such as Australian Chief Information Officer for a National Chartered Accounting firm, Australian IT Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator and Director of Nursing. Fi was recently appointed to the Austin Health board and is also the Chair of the Spinal Research Institute, where she once commenced her career as a graduate nurse, later specializing in critical care. Outside of work, Fi loves to cook, camp and is a strong believer in the power of community.

Marita Lincoln

Company Secretary
Marita is a lawyer with 20 years’ experience in the information technology, outsourcing, technology transformation and intellectual property areas. Marita has spent most of her career with Herbert Smith Freehills. Marita has advised clients on a broad range of projects, including complex systems acquisition and integration projects, the acquisition of cloud computing services, large scale outsourcing projects and agreements relating to the licensing, acquisition and assignment of all forms of intellectual property rights. Marita has worked with leading Australian and global companies across a range of sectors, including telecommunications, mining, retail and consumer goods in business critical transactions. Marita’s clients have included Telstra, NBN Co, Orica, Wesfarmers and Coles. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University and has a Master of Laws from the University of Melbourne.
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