Pam Allan (Chair)
Adjunct Professor the Hon Pam Allan has a high level of experience in the waste and resource recovery sector, in corporate governance, and public sector administration. This includes working as a New South Wales Environment Minister (who took waste and resource recovery legislation through parliament), and comprehensive experience as an academic and professional in waste and resource recovery.
Pam also has a number of current and past appointments on boards and planning bodies and brings a very high level of experience in board and public administration as both director and chair of various organisations.
Pam is based in northern Tasmania.
Glenn Doyle (LGAT Nominee)
Glenn Doyle is Head of City Projects at the Hobart City Council, and is the Board's nominee from the Local Government Association of Tasmania. Glenn has extensive experience in the local government sphere at a senior executive level, including in waste and resource recovery.
Glenn brings a focus on local government, strategic planning at both broad and operational levels, and pragmatic experience of finding solutions to critical resource recovery matters.
Glenn is based in southern Tasmania.
Allison Clark brings a skillset focused on the practical business applications of sustainability and circular economy through innovative approaches.
Allison also has strong communications and engagement skills, and extensive experience at the face of Tasmanian waste and resource recovery by working directly with stakeholders and industry. Allison also has high level board experience and corporate governance skills.
Allison is based in southern Tasmania.
Helen Millicer is a Churchill Fellow and an interstate member of the Board, combining extensive experience in government and industry in practical national projects improving product and packaging design and resource recovery.
Helen contributes a skillset of thought and action leadership in the circular economy and emission reduction across both the private and public sectors, along with high level strategy, governance and public relations experience in all facets of sustainability.
Helen is based in Victoria.
Mat Greskie is an industry expert in waste and resource recovery, with a wealth of experience and knowledge in industry development and operations.
Mat has proven experience in developing and delivering business strategies and high-level resource recovery projects, with a particular emphasis on Tasmanian and regional projects.
Mat also brings significant corporate governance experience in board culture, strategy and finance.
Mat is based in northwest Tasmania.
Tony Ferrier brings the experience of a local government senior executive, with high level skills and knowledge in the waste and resource recovery sector, and industry and regional development. This is combined with practical operational experience, and planning and development experience with infrastructure, environment and economic matters.
Tony also has a background in corporate governance, including over six years' experience as Deputy Chair of the EPA Board.
Tony is based in southern Tasmania.