Governance

Martin Jackson

Chairperson

Involvement:
Appointed to the arbias Ltd board: 1992.

Qualifications:
BSc(Hons) – Melbourne University, MSc (Clinical Neuropsychology) – Melbourne University, Certificate in Workplace Leadership – Swinburne University

Career Summary:
Senior Lecturer & Psychology Clinic Director at the School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University, in addition to working in his private practice. Clinical Neuropsychologist Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, 1985 – 1992. Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre 1992 – 1998. Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist arbias Ltd. Consultant TAC Medical Panel since 2001. A member of the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI), the Australian Psychological Society, the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists and the Victorian Psychologists Association.

Awards and major achievements:
Melbourne University Scholarship (1983-1985); The Martin Jackson Training Room (arbias Ltd 2006)

Mark Mileo

Barrister and Solicitor

Involvement:
Appointed to the arbias Ltd board: 2007

Qualifications:
B.Ec. (Monash University) – LL.B. (Monash University) – Dip.Ed. (Monash University)

Career Summary:
Current position: Principal in the Firm Scammell Black Mileo. Previously post-secondary and tertiary lecturer in business law, real estate law, insurance law, economics, and socioeconomic studies.

Associate Professor Warrick Brewer

Company Director

Qualifications:
B. Psych (Hons): MA Clin. Neuropsych., Ph.D.

Career Summary:
Following completion of Psychology Honours at James Cook University of North Queensland, Mr Brewer completed a Masters in Neuropsychology at the University of Melbourne in 1993, and then a Ph.D in 1999 through the Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria, in affiliation with both the Departments of Psychology and of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne. His professional expertise focuses on tracking and understanding the development of psychosis from a neuropsychological perspective, and he has a wide range of national and international peer-reviewed publications. This work has also won various awards.

Currently Mr Brewer is an Honorary Associate Professor in the University of Melbourne Department of Psychiatry and Centre for Youth Mental Health, located at ORYGEN Youth Health- Parkville, where he practices as a Senior Neuropsychologist in the Neuropsychology Clinic. Mr Brewer is also the specialist consultant on the Intensive Case Management Team for the Early Psychosis Prevention & Intervention Program. Finally, he heads the Neuropsychology Research Program for ORYGEN Research Centre. Mr Brewer is now in full time Private Practice and Chair: Vic Section -College of Clinical Neuropsychologists

Ms Marie Jolley

Company Director

Involvement:
Appointed to the arbias Ltd board 2015

Qualifications:
BA (Hons): Sydney University

Career Summary:

Forty years' experience working in disability services in NSW, thirty-one in the NSW Public Sector. Experience in management, leadership, policy development, strategic planning, reform, individualised funding and person centred practice. Knowledge, understanding and experience managing programs and funding for people with adult on-set disability, including acquired brain injury.

Current position-Consultant in disability, community services, government relations and project management.

Gary Macfarlane

Company Director

Involvement:

Appointed to the arbias Ltd board 2016

Qualifications:

Masters - Administration: Monash University. Graduate Diploma-Business Administration: Swinburne Institute of Technology. Diploma-Business Studies (EDP); Swinburne Institute of Technology. Fellow-Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Career Summary:

Commenced career in Computer Technology working for the likes of BHP then graduated to working at general management level for the Australian Wool Corporation progressing to Director of a National Wool Brokering and Buying Company. Commenced private consultancy practice in 1987 providing Corporate Strategic and Business Planning advice and Governance to a wide range of industry organisations. For the past decade been engaged in providing targeted tender bidding advice to private sector organisations operating in the Justice and Corrections Industry in Australia and New Zealand.

His Hon Judge Lance Pilgrim (Retired)

Company Director

Involvement:

Appointed to the arbias Ltd board 2017

Career Summary:

On 14 March 2017 His Honour Judge Lance Pilgrim retired as a Reserve Judge of the County Court. His Honour served as a County Court Judge for 18 years, having been appointed on 7 April 1999. Prior to his appointment Judge Pilgrim spent four decades in the public service, having joined as a clerk of courts in 1958 at the age of 16. Upon completing his law degree His Honour worked at the Crown Solicitor’s Office before being appointed as a Magistrate in 1981. From 1984 Judge Pilgrim served as the coordinating Magistrate for the Gippsland region and was also appointed as the President of the Guardianship and Administration Board. As a Magistrate and as a County Court Judge, His Honour was known for his compassion to staff, accused people and Aboriginal members of the community, particularly those in rural regions. Prior to his retirement Judge Pilgrim regularly sat in the Latrobe Valley and in recent years conducted a dedicated plea circuit in Shepparton; all of which contributed significantly to the reduction in the back log of cases for those regions.

Jason Cunningham

Company Director

Involvement:

Appointed to the arbias Ltd board 2017

Qualifications:

Fellow Certified Practising Accountant (FCPA), Advanced Diploma of Finance Services (Financial Planning), Bachelor of Business in Accounting (Degree with distinction equivalent to Honours) – Victoria University of Technology

Career Summary:

In 1997 Jason left his Graduate Management Accounting position at Ford Motor Company and co-founded the business and personal wealth advisory firm The Practice. ‘Today, a team of specialists across a range of disciplines – including business consulting, compliance, financial planning and mortgage broking – work in synergy to Liberate People’s Lifestyles.’ The Practice recently opened an office in Sydney, and has grand plans for continued expansion.

Jason brings strong governance experience through his role as Director of The Practice and as a non-executive Director/Board member of a number of other successful organisations.

Jason is an FCPA, media commentator, regular keynote speaker and author of the small business book Have Your Cake And Sell It Too and the personal finance book Where’s My Money? He's also a member of Channel 10's The Living Room and SEN1116's The Run Home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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