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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:

Jennifer Horrigan

Jennifer Horrigan (Chairman)

Jennifer brings 25 years’ experience across investment banking, financial communications and investor relations. She was most recently the Chief Operating Officer in Australia of the independent investment bank Greenhill & Co. Jennifer is also a director of APN Funds Management; Industria REIT (ASX: IDR); Convenience Retail REIT (CRR); QV Equities (ASX: QVE) and Breast Cancer Trials.  Jennifer’s qualifications include Bachelor of Business, Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (FINSIA) and Graduate Diploma in Management (AGSM).



Bruce Morgan 

Bruce joined the Redkite Board in 2013.   Former roles include Chairman of 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 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.


Sarah Goodman

Sarah Goodman

Sarah has 20 years’ experience as a Company Director of large charities and not-for-profits, and commercial enterprises.  She also has 22 years senior executive experience in risk management, governance and strategic regulatory policy, gained in four large financial services groups and in two Australian regulators.  Sarah’s qualifications include being a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a Bachelor of Laws (University of NSW).


Adam Spencer

Adam Spencer

One of Redkite’s most high profile and dedicated ambassadors. In December 2013 Adam brought down the curtain on a 15-year radio career at the ABC on 702 and Triple J. Adam is an Ambassador for Mathematics & Science at the University of Sydney, an international keynote speaker (TED), an in-demand MC & conference speaker and successful author.


Mark Rigotti Redkite Board

Mark Rigotti
Mark is the Global CEO of Herbert Smith Freehills, an international law firm. This involves him spending time and working with a wide range of diverse cultures and teams. Prior to this, Mark ran a leading corporate, capital markets and fundraising practice for 15 years spanning Australia and the United Kingdom. He is involved in many professional and community organisations including the Business Council of Australia and the Securities Institute of Australia.

Joost de Kock

Currently General Manager Enterprise Transformation with the Australian Government Department of Human Services. Former Partner and Managing Director of the Boston Consulting Group (Sydney and Canberra). For over two decades Joost has advised private and public-sector clients on strategy, business model design, and technology-driven transformation. Through personal experience, Joost has become passionate about helping children with cancer and their families, especially through innovative uses of digital technology.


Bob Every

Dr Robert (Bob) Every AO

Dr Bob Every AO is a metallurgist by profession (Bachelor’s Degree 1968 / Doctorate 1971).  Past roles include CEO of Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd NZ, MD & CEO of Tubemakers, President of BHP Steel, MD & CEO of OneSteel, Chairman of Wesfarmers and Boral.  Bob is also a Patron and past Chairman of Redkite. Bob has been awarded a Centenary Medal and an Order of Australia. 


Alex Scandurra

Alex Scandurra

Alex Scandurra is an influential player in the start-up world as CEO of Stone & Chalk, an accelerator for start-ups seeking to disrupt the financial services sector. Alex is also the Founding Director of FinTech Australia and sits on the ASIC Digital Advisory Committee and the Advisory Board to the NSW Dept of Finance, Services and Innovation. A former Australian Army captain and graduate of the London Business School, Alex also has experience working on leading infrastructure projects for Nokia and Lend Lease.   


Stephen Conroy

Stephen Conry AM

International Director and Chief Executive Officer Australia – JLL, Australia’s largest commercial property services firm. He commenced his career with JLL in 1982, at the same time studying Property Economics (graduating 1986), Stephen has served on various Business and Community Boards and Committees and is currently a Board Member of the Property Council of Australia, a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.



Company Secretary:

Chris Bromhead

Chris is a senior legal adviser whose experience extends across a broad range of industry sectors and international jurisdictions. Prior to leading a number of large in-house corporate teams, including BT and Perpetual, Chris was a partner in a Sydney law firm. Chris currently divides his time between not-for profit work, his legal consultancy (most recently with Herbert Smith Freehills in Sydney), and academic pursuits, where he is a founding member of a new insurance law faculty. On the weekend, when he isn’t in the surf, Chris is working on preserving the historical and cultural heritage of Tamarama SLSC, Australia’s oldest surf lifesaving club.