Elana Rubin, Chair
Elana Rubin, AM has over 20 years experience as a non-executive company director across diverse sectors. Her career reflects a deep understanding of corporate social licence to operate and a commitment to diversity, social equity and participation. Elana is currently a director of Telstra and Slater & Gordon. She is also Chair of Victorian Managed Insurance Authority and a director of Transurban Queensland, WestConnex and Victorian Funds Management Corporation. Previous board roles covered the property, financial services, insurance, infrastructure, innovation, public policy, professional services and not-for-profit sectors. Elana received a Member of the Order of Australia in 2021 for services to corporate governance and community and was granted a Life Fellow by the AICD in 2022.
Linda O'Brien, Deputy Chair
Linda is Pro Vice Chancellor at Griffith University and Head of the Logan Campus. Linda currently chairs the ORCID Board, a non-profit global research infrastructure organisation and is a Director on the Board of Logan Together, a not-for-profit organisation seeking to improve outcomes for children in Logan. Linda has published and presented both nationally and internationally and contributed to a number of state and national digital research infrastructure initiatives.
Jon Bisset, Director
Jon is the CEO of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. He is also the CEO of RPH Australia, the peak body for the Radio Reading Network. He has spent more than 25 years as a Chief Executive and non-executive director of non-profit organisations, covering health and ageing, media, technology and fundraising. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Harvard Business School Strategic Perspectives of NFP Management Program and the Sydney Adaptive Leadership Program.
Jo Fisher, Director
Jo has been on the Infoxchange Board since 2012 and is the Founding Director of Fisher Leadership. Jo is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) National Education Advisory Committee, a founding member of the International Women's Forum of Australia, and is an Adjunct Professor at Deakin University. She holds a Master of Applied Positive Psychology and an MBA, and is a graduate of the AICD.
David Jonas, Director
David is a consultant, director and writer, and was founding CEO of the Digital Health CRC. Previously he led health R&D and commercialisation for the Capital Markets CRC and was founding CEO of Lorica Health. David was founder/CEO of e-commerce advisory firm ETC, acquired by Securenet (now part of Verizon). His leadership in online services led to appointments to a number of Australian and European Union Government bodies.
Partha Nag, Director
Partha joined the Infoxchange Board in 2014, and is Chair of the Finance Committee. He has more than 16 years’ experience in senior executive roles, corporate governance & risk management. He is currently Executive Director of Strategic Business Alliance, and also serves as a board member for various other not-for-profit organisations.
Amy Orange, Director
Amy is an award-winning social entrepreneur and Principal of Fourth Sector Solutions. Amy brings her experience and expertise from over 10 years in the not-for-profit community services and social enterprise sectors to develop sustainable strategies which align people, planet and profit for a better world. Amy holds an MBA and was recognised in 2018 as one of the InDaily Top 40 Under 40 business leaders in South Australia.
Katherine Boiciuc, Director
Katherine Boiciuc is a Director at Maximus International and is recognised as one of Australia's 29 Inspirational Women making waves in STEM. She has been an advocate and global keynote speaker on diversity in technology and women in tech for more than a decade. Katherine has held senior and influential roles focused on global impact and world technology enablement. Her credentials include a Master of Leadership and a Master of Business Administration.
Carol Austin, Director
Carol Austin is an experienced investment professional with a strong interest in public policy and social justice. She is currently a director of HSBC Bank Australia, State Super and the Grattan Institute, as well as Chairman of the ACT Investment Advisory Board. Carol has served on the Future Fund board as well as several advisory boards including the Australian Office of Financial Management. She is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the ANU College of Business and Economics Hall of Fame.
Brenz Saunders, Director
Brenz is the Founder and CEO of Garu InfoTech, Deputy Chairperson of Tauondi Aboriginal College and Director of Far West Coast Investments. He is a strong and passionate advocate for digital inclusion in particular supporting greater opportunities to ensure digital accessibility and education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. He also serves as a board member of Generation Australia’s First Nations Advisory Group and as a regional council member for the Australian Information Industry Association.