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Stephen Bradford

Stephen was the CEO of Port of Melbourne Corporation from January 2004 - December 2013.

During his time as CEO, Stephen oversaw the Channel Deepening Project ($969 million) and completed the approval process and operator and construction tenders for the Port Capacity Project ($921 million).

Stephen's other previous roles also include Chief Executive Officer of Great Southern Railway, Managing Director of Serco Australia Transport and General Manager of M.S.S Security. Stephen's current role is Senior Advisor at Flagstaff partners where he advises clients on Port matters. Stephen holds current Director positions at Napier Port Corporation and Australian Cruise Association.

Tracy Matthews

Tracy is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand with core skills and experience in the areas of accounting, governance, audit and risk, management, business and strategic planning.

Tracy is currently Chair of the Tasmanian Building and Construction Industry Training Board, Commodore and Director of The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, Director of a private philanthropic foundation and an independent consultant with Wise Lord Consulting. Previous directorships include Metro Tasmania, Tasplan Superannuation, Colony 47 and the Printing Authority of Tasmania.

Dario Tomat

Dario is a professional engineer with over 30 years of experience in the building, electricity, manufacturing and asset management areas. Dario is a Director at Whetstone Pty Ltd, responsible for project delivery, quality assurance and occupational health and safety. Key project clients include Compass Group, Forestry Tasmania and Ta Ann Tasmania.

Dario holds bachelor degrees in engineering and business and a masters of business administration. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Engineers Australia and a Registered Professional Engineer. Dario s currently Chair of Brain Injury Association of Tasmania and the previous Chair of the National Trust of Australia, Tasmania. He is also the national President of the Professional Engineers Division of Professionals Australia.

Sally Darke

Sally Darke has more than 20 years’ experience in human resources and corporate governance in the financial, infrastructure, education, sporting and community sectors with an emphasis on regulated industries.

Sally is currently a Non-Executive Director of TasWater and the Tasmanian Community Fund, a member of the Board of Governance of Scotch Oakburn College and an Adviser to the Board of B & E Ltd.

Lucy Gregg

Lucy Gregg has over 15 years’ experience in project management, brand development and supply chain and freight logistics experience particularly with the Asian market.

Lucy is currently Manager, Marketing & Business Development at Reid Fruits, she is on the Strategic Industry Advisory Panel for the national cherry industry and was the inaugural Chair of the Primary Industry Biosecurity Action Alliance.