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.
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.
Paul is a Chartered Accountant with significant financial management experience. Paul began his career in public practice and has experience in the government, utilities and not for profit sectors including working for AGL Energy, Deloitte, Melbourne Water Corporation and Save the Children Australia. Paul is passionate about building high performing finance teams, positioning them as strategic partners to meet the changing needs of organisations and significantly improving commercial outcomes. Paul is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK.
Outside of work, Paul enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering in the community.
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.
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.
Adrian has over 20 years of experience in the communications industry, with extensive experience managing and leading executive and operational teams committed to delivering excellence in the marketing and communications sector.
For 12 of these years, Adrian specialised in leading digital strategy both client side at British Airways, and agency side, driving digital strategy for various bluechip brands in finance, retail, FMCG and Government agencies.
Most recently, Adrian was responsible for managing $2B in media investment for one of Australia’s largest holding Groups. As such, he has deep experience with the management and negotiation of commercial partnerships and investment positions on behalf of clients with media suppliers.
Lisa has had a diversified career in Victoria Police since joining 36 years ago. Lisa is currently the Chief of Staff to the Chief Commissioner of Police.
Lisa was born and bred in the western suburbs and is an avid Western Bulldogs supporter. Lisa’s other passion is Women’s Football where she has been player, coach, President and was awarded Life membership. The Best on Ground medal in the VFLW Grand Final is named the Lisa Hardeman medal. In 2017 Lisa was admitted into the Victoria Police Sporting Hall of Fame for service to women’s football.
In 2018 Lisa was awarded the Australia Police Medal in the Australia Day awards.
In 2019 Lisa was inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.
Lisa has a Master’s Degree in Organisational Leadership from Monash University.
Andrew commenced his working career with Victoria Police in 1987, spending most of his policing career as a detective before leaving the police force in 2000. Since leaving policing, Andrew has had roles as a Corporate Regulator with ASIC, investigation and risk management roles in financial services, professional services where he has specialised in investigations, governance, risk and compliance management, forensic technology and data analytics.
He held senior leadership roles with two of Australia’s largest corporate whistle-blower service providers and has been involved in the design, implementation and operation of in excess of 200 corporate whistle-blower hotline services.
His current role sees him leading the investigations and forensic technology function for NBN, Australia’s largest ever technology infrastructure project.
Joining the Board of Crime Stoppers allows Andrew to bring together his experience in law enforcement, whistle-blower and disclosure management programs and passion for technology.
Daniel is a digital marketing leader who has deep experience working with many large and complex organisations, along with local, state and federal government. He has worked with brands including VicRoads, Skills Victoria, Department of Justice, Department of Health, FAHCSIA, Symbion, Sigma, Pfizer and many others.
Daniel has played key roles and led agencies with national and international reach. He is currently Board Member of Victoria Walks and previously has been Director of Digital at JWT, and Managing Director at Edge. His current role as Executive Director at Bastion Brands sees him managing a leading healthcare agency, that grows brands by delivering life changing work and helps people to live healthier lives.
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.