Board, Executive Profiles and Committee
ITEC Group is committed to ensuring that the composition of the Board continues to include directors who collectively bring an appropriate mix of skills, commitment, experience, expertise and diversity (including gender diversity) to Board decision-making.
The Board has established a Corporate Risk Committee, Relationship Committee and Finance Committee as standing committees to assist with the discharge of its responsibilities.
All directors have a standing invitation to attend committee meetings where there is no conflict of interest. These committees review matters on behalf of the Board and (subject to the terms of the relevant committee’s charter):
refer matters to the Board for decisions, with a recommendations from the committee (where the committee acts in an advisory capacity); or
determine matters (where the committee acts with delegated authority), which it then reports to the Board.
Chris has a very strong background and experience in navigating changing landscapes, building programs and delivering services within the community sector. As a founder and managing director for Community Enterprises Australia Ltd (CEA) he grew that not-for-profit entity to be the largest CDEP provider in Australia, and instrumental in reducing the employment gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
Chris’ passion for helping vulnerable people guides his professional and personal ethos, which encompasses the values of humanity in the delivery of individual and business services. Chris is a member of Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Lynn has over forty years’ experience working in the community and human services sector, which includes extensive includes administrative and management roles within the ITEC Group of companies. Lynn has strong connections with Indigenous communities in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory and is focused on engaging in partnerships with Indigenous organisations.
Her drive and passion for the work within these sectors are fundamental to the manner in which she undertakes her responsibilities. Lynn is a member of the Board of Gr8Motive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pty Ltd. She is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Dale has a Master of Law, and Bachelor of Business (Accounting). He is a partner at Mills Oakley Lawyers and has over thirty years’ experience working in the areas of Commercial and Corporate Law, Banking and Finance, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Property and Projects and Employment and Industrial Relations.
Dale joined the ITEC Group Board is December 2020 and brings with him a broad and diverse range of skills in strategic development, financial oversight, corporate governance and compliance and risk management.