|Redkite is governed by a passionate, professional and committed Board of Directors who ensure the highest level of ethics, compliance and governance of Redkite. |
The Board reflects the Redkite values and works continuously to ensure honesty, full transparency and accountability at all times. Redkite’s Board do not receive any fees and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from a range of business and commercial sectors.
National Board of Directors:
Bruce Morgan (Chairman)
Bruce joined the Redkite Board in 2013; he was formerly the Chairman of the Board, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and a partner of the firm for over 25 years. He is a Director of Origin Energy, Sydney Water, the University of NSW Foundation and the European Australian Business Council. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Sarah has 22 years’ senior executive experience in strategic regulatory policy, governance and risk management, gained in four large financial services groups and in two Australian regulators. Sarah also has 20 years’ experience serving as a voluntary Company Director of large charities and other not-for-profit enterprises. Her voluntary involvement with charities and not-for-profits spans well over 30 years and 19 separate enterprises. Sarah has also been a Company Director of large commercial businesses, and a member of six advisory panels to five Australian regulators.
Jennifer is a Principal with investment bank Greenhill Australia and has responsibility for the overall operations of the firm within Australia. She also has 15 years’ experience as a leading adviser to Australian and international corporations on financial communications and investor relations and has directed the communications on some of Australia’s largest and most high profile transactions. Jennifer’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Business, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (FINSIA), and a Graduate Diploma in Management (Australian Graduate School of Management).
In December 2013, Adam brought down the curtain on a 15-year radio career at the ABC on 702, and before that on Triple J. For most of that time he has also been one of Redkite's most high-profile and dedicated ambassadors. Add to that his experience on the Senate of the University of Sydney for over a decade and he was thought to be the perfect fit to replace outgoing director Chris Masters when Chris left the Board to become patron.
Professor Pinkerton is the Director of Oncology at the Royal Children's and Mater Children's Hospitals in Brisbane (The Queensland Children's Cancer Centre). He also holds the position of Professor of Oncology at the University of Queensland.
Mark Rigotti is the Joint Global Chief Executive Officer of Herbert Smith Freehills, an international law firm. Prior to this, Mark ran a leading corporate, capital markets and fundraising practice for 15 years spanning Australia and the United Kingdom. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Masters of Laws and a Diploma from the Securities Institute of Australia. He is also a member of the Finance and Treasury Association.
Joost de Kock
Joost de Kock is a Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in the Sydney office. He sits on BCG's global leadership teams for both its Technology Advantage and Public Sector practices. He also oversees BCG's social impact work in Australia. For over 15 years, Joost has advised private and public sector clients on strategy, business model design, and technology-driven transformation. Before joining BCG, Joost worked for Accenture in Sydney and Sony in Tokyo. Through personal experience, Joost has become passionate about helping children with cancer and their families, especially through innovative uses of digital technology.
Dr Robert (Bob) Every AO
Dr Bob Every AO is a Metallurgist by profession having completed his Bachelor’s Degree in 1968 and a Doctorate in 1971. In 2000 he was awarded a Centenary Medal and in 2012 was recognised as an Officer of the Order of Australia. His first role as a CEO of a listed company was as Chief Executive Officer of Steel & Tube Holdings Limited in New Zealand from 1988-91 and then was appointed Managing Director and CEO of Tubemakers. He subsequently worked for BHP and held a number of senior roles before becoming President of BHP Steel in 1999. He took up the role of Managing Director and CEO of OneSteel in February 2000. Since that time Bob has pursued a career as a non-executive director with Wesfarmers Limited and Boral Limited. Firstly as a Non-executive Director, and then as the Chairman of both companies. He is currently a director of Cricket Australia, Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research and UNSW Foundation Limited. Bob is also a past Chairman and Patron Redkite.