Mark has served as a Director of CSV since June 2011 and Audit Committee Chair since November 2012. Mark is a senior Finance professional and has private and public sector experience, as well as extensive exposure to the not for profit sector. His industry experience includes Banking & Finance, Insurance, Automotive, Hospitality, Tourism, Water Utilities and Health.
Mark is a qualified CPA, holds a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance and a Bachelor of Business (Accounting).
Kondilo started her professional life practising law across a number of disciplines in both private practice and in-house. At Australia Post, she focussed on intellectual property and compliance before moving into management. Kondilo lead a change management project and worked on communicating Australia Post’s superannuation offering to its employees and members.
Since October 2012, Kondilo has served as the Company Secretary of Crime Stoppers Victoria and also as a member of the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee. Kondilo is humbled by the dedication of those who serve for the greater public good and feels privileged to serve as a member of the CSV Board.
Penny has an extensive career in public service, including experience at Commonwealth and State levels, and internationally. Penny is currently an Executive Director in the Department of Education and Training. Prior to that, Penny was a Director in the Department of Justice and Regulation, where she led the establishment of Emergency Management Victoria, and the development of a new Police Act for Victoria.
Prior to that, Penny was a founding Executive in the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Agency, and an Executive in intergovernmental relations in Department of Premier and Cabinet. Penny has a lifelong commitment to public service and is dedicated to her role on the Crime Stoppers Board.
Adrian spent 16 years managing communications businesses and developing communication strategies for all media spectrums, across a wide variety of international and Australian sectors. Adrian currently is the National Managing Director of Dentsu Mitchell. He is passionate about utilising technology to drive innovative marketing solutions to generate genuine engagement, facilitate education, and produce beneficial outcomes for governments, not-for-profits and brands alike.
Most importantly, Adrian is a husband and father of two young boys. His favourite thing in the world is spending time with his family; holidays, water skiing and coaching the boys’ soccer team. Adrian strongly believes in Crime Stoppers, and the important role the organisation plays in helping make our society a safer and more enjoyable one.
Margaret is a management consultant who works primarily in the government, community and not-for-profit sectors. She is passionate about helping organisations and individuals solve strategic problems and achieve sustainable, transformational change. Margaret’s key areas of expertise include organisational redesign, leadership development, executive coaching and workforce planning. Most recently, Margaret was an Executive General Manager of the People and Community division of Ambulance Victoria.
Prior to this, Margaret held senior strategy consulting roles within global professional services firms Accenture and Grant Thornton. Margaret joined the Crime Stoppers Board in 2016, and is also a non-Executive Director of the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation.
Susan is an experienced strategy professional with a background spanning the public and private sectors. Graduating as a Chemical Engineer, Susan has worked extensively in the mining and water industries and specialises in working with people to develop and implement holistic business improvement and growth strategies.
Susan is passionate about the health and resilience of local communities and was heavily involved in the formation of the Wurun Child and Family Place which seeks to improve early childhood services in the Yarra Valley. Susan joined Crime Stoppers Victoria as a Director in 2016.
Jane is a passionate advocate for the role of Intellectual Property in stimulating ideas, growth and adaptive change. She is a highly respected IP and innovation advisor, with particular interest in IP strategy and extensive experience consulting with Industry and Government on IP policy and law reform. She is a former member of, and consultant to, the Federal Government’s (former) Advisory Council on Intellectual Property (ACIP).
Most recently Jane was Special Counsel IP & Innovation at Telstra Corporation Limited, where she managed a team providing strategic legal advice on Telstra’s global IP interests for over 20 years. Jane’s team also advised Telstra’s Chief Technology Office on innovation, technology and commercialisation issues including big data, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, privacy, data security and open source software.
Jane is a legal practitioner and registered Trade Mark Attorney. She is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, the Institute of Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys, the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jane is also a former advisor to the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police on the board of the Victoria Blue Ribbon Foundation.