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Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises' Board of Directors

KEE has a highly credentialed Board of Directors.

Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises Pty Ltd (KEE) non-executive Board of Directors comprises of the following individuals.

The Board Members include:

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Craig Jackson (Chairman)

Craig Jackson

Craig has board experience as Director of Rheem Australia, NSW Ports, Decideware Development, Aderant Australia, Ernst & Young Asia Pacific and Oceania, Australian Institute of Company Directors, Bowel Cancer Australia, Ernst & Young ASIC Registered Companies, Australia Korea Business Council and Sydney University Accounting Foundation.

He has had 39 years professional accounting experience including 28 years as Partner at KPMG, Andersen and Ernst & Young.

Craig has been Lead Partner for international and domestic companies (ASX 100) and government organisations in External Audit, Risk Management & Internal Audit, Performance Improvement, Corporate Governance, Public Floats, Acquisitions, Divestments and Reconstructions.

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Dr Merv Jones

Mr Merv Jones

Dr Merv Jones is a professional company director and part-time engineering consultant. In addition to being a Board member of Kimbriki, his current governance roles are:

  • Chairman of Pacific Environment Ltd (ASX: PEH) since February 2010, non-executive director since July 2009.
  • Non-executive director of Orbital Corporation (ASX: OEC) since April 2008.
  • Chairman of SciTOX Ltd (a private technology company based in Christchurch) since December 2008.
  • Board member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers in Australia since March 2009.

Prior to focusing on governance roles, he gained wide experience as a senior executive with a successful leadership track record of growth and profitability in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. His most recent full-time executive position was for seven years as the Asia Pacific Managing Director of URS Corporation, one of the largest engineering design and environmental companies in the world.

As well as significant experience in company management and commercial governance, Dr Jones, who is a chemical engineer by training, has over 40 years experience in the environmental area, including research, engineering studies, consultancy, management and enforcement. His particular expertise is in the assessment of the environmental effects of air discharges and atmospheric dispersion modelling. He also has significant experience in air pollution control technology. His environmental and engineering studies have included substantial work on municipal landfills, solid waste transfer stations, composting and hazardous waste disposal facilities in Australia, New Zealand and SE Asia.

He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. He was named as one of the 100 Most Influential Engineers in Australia in both 2005 and 2007.

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Christine Hawkins

Christine Hawkins

Christine Hawkins, BComm(Hons) UNSW, MComm(UNSW), CPA, FAICD, is a corporate adviser and governance specialist with experience across a wide range of industries including banking and finance, economics, food and health, agriculture and the environment. She has been a non-executive director of a range of public and private companies, several Commonwealth Statutory Corporations and Chair of a Ministerial Council.

Currently Christine is a non-executive director of the Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre Limited, a non-executive director of the Fred Hollows Foundation and a member of the Finance & Audit Committees of both companies. Christine recently retired as the inaugural Chairman of Wheat Quality Australia Limited.

Until 1995 Christine was a partner in an investment bank and responsible for the management of a $300m portfolio of syndicated research and development investments focused on innovative technology including environmental and waste management solutions. Her early career was as a research economist for the Reserve Bank of Australia and as a senior corporate advisory manager with several investment banks. She brings strong financial and stakeholder management skills to the board of Kimbriki.

Christine was a finalist in the Telstra Businesswomen’s Awards 2002 and is an honorary Nuffield Scholar. She also holds a Level 5 Certificate in teaching English as a foreign language from the University of Cambridge.

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