Formerly the Chief Executive of the Australian Consumers’ Association (ACA) and President of Consumers International, Louise is well known for enhancing consumer rights across a range of areas including health, food safety, financial services, and in competition and consumer policy.
Robbie Sinclair is Manager Risk and Assurance with Australian Catholic University (ACU) which is a public not-for-profit university funded by the Australian Government. Operating with campuses across eastern Australia, it is open to students and staff of all beliefs.
Robbie’s role with ACU sees him as responsible for ACU’s enterprise risk management as well as leading ACU’s Internal Audit service and its regulatory management service. He participates in a number of internal and external vocationally aligned working groups including REAG (Resilient Expert Advisory Group) supported by federal Attorney Generals department.
Robbie is an experienced Risk and Assurance Management professional, with success across a number of senior portfolios in Government Utilities, Public Private Partnerships, International Management Consultancies and the Banking sector. Robbie has worked with Business and Government on issues including community risk management, pandemic preparation, counter terrorism, business continuity, disaster recovery and crisis management.
Tony has been a career public servant with several Governments at Senior Executive level and is now in the private sector applying breakthrough research in Qualitative Measurement in business and elite sporting sectors. He is a Fellow with ARPI, also the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) and an Honorary Fellow of the GRC Institute (GRCI).
Tony Charge saw the need before the Global Financial Crisis to bring risk thinking closer to Leadership, Executive Decision-Making and Public Policy and formed the Australian Risk Policy Institute – a network of like minds to explore solutions and opportunities.
The need for ARPI extended internationally and partnerships have been formed with leading academic and professional organisations to spread the word including Master Classes and consultancies. ARPI has successfully launched its first global pursuit, a Global Security Risk Policy Network comprising top security professionals around the world.
Philip Mussared has been Chief Executive Officer of the Retirement Benefits Fund since April 2010. He is a director of Hobart International Airport Pty Ltd and RBF Financial Planning Pty Ltd and has held directorships with the Barangaroo Delivery Authority, the NSW Innovation Council, the NSW Skills Council and the Australian Procurement and Construction Council.
Philip began his career in the Australian Foreign Service and has served as a senior manager in a number of Australian Public Service agencies as well as NSW and Tasmanian public sector agencies.
Philip holds an honours degree in Economics from Sydney University and a Bachelor of Arts and is a Fellow of the Australian Risk Policy Institute, the Institute of Public Administration Australia, CPA Australia, the Australian Institute of Management and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
He has been a Vice President of the Australian Risk Policy Institute since 2009.
Simon Louie completed a combined arts/commerce degree at the University of Sydney in 2005 majoring in finance, art history and philosophy and worked in the finance industry before completing his Advanced Master of International Studies in 2011, majoring in International Relations at the University of Queensland.
Simon has also worked as an intern with the Centre of Independent Studies (CIS) based in Sydney and as a research intern with Risk Intelligence Solutions based in W.A. He has since started a career within the Australian Public Service, and has been executive officer and a director for the Australian Risk Policy Institute since January 2017. Simon has published a number of articles pertaining to geo-political risk and defence, his articles have been published by CIS, Online Opinion, Defence Technology Review and ARPI.
Tetyana is a management consultant with extensive experience in end-to-end procurement processes including procurement strategy development and implementation, strategic sourcing, spend assessment, negotiation and contract management. She has successfully advised the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments, the New Zealand government, private enterprise in roles as a management, legal and probity consultant on a number of challenging and complex procurement projects.
She is a highly regarded procurement professional, particularly recognised for her skills in driving a results-oriented approach whilst maintaining collaborative working relationships and building lean and efficient teams.
Rohan Goyne is a Fellow of ARPI and has been a Director on the ARPI Board for four years. Rohan is a Barrister and Solicitor to the High Court of Australia and ACT Supreme Court. He holds five degrees including a Master of Laws (Specialising in International Law), Graduate Bachelor of Laws (LLB), and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences majoring in economics and law. He has held positions on the University of Canberra Council and College of Law Alumni Committee.
In his professional legal career, Rohan has been Managing Director of his own private legal and risk management practice (Canberra Compliance and Risk Solutions, CCRS) from 2011-2013 and Chief of Staff and Senior Legal Policy Advisor to the ACT Attorney General from 2006 to 2008. He is also a Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) through GRC. He has conducted risk policy and risk management master classes for the ACT Law Society, the University Sector and spoken on risk policy at public and private sector conferences since 2010.
Peter Pierre has a long track record in delivering internal audit, risk, integrity and assurance functions across a range of public sector entities. He worked for a number of years in Canberra in the Commonwealth Public Sector, heading up audit and risk functions. He returned home to Perth in 2010 to take up a role in the national security framework, and has since moved back into the West Australian Public Sector and is now leading the internal audit and assurance directorate in one of Western Australian Public Sector’s largest organisations.
A reformer and change agent at heart, Peter is committed to contemporising internal audit and risk in the public sector, and is a strong advocate that risk consideration and discussion is a crucial component in any organisation. He is strongly supportive of ARPI’s advocacy of risk policy, in particular in his sphere of expertise in the public sector.
Peter is a Fellow of ARPI and has been a member since its inception. He has served on its Governing Board for a number of years
Vincent Hudson runs his own independent consultancy providing strategic advice to Australian and international industry and government clients. He is a former Australian diplomat and trade negotiator with 19 years public and private sector experience working on international issues across a range of areas; including agriculture, fisheries, forestry, mining and energy trade and investment, aid and executive education.
Vincent has extensive experience working with government and industry on international policy issues. He has held key international roles in his public sector career, including as Chair of the APEC Energy Trade and Investment Task Force, managing Australia’s international energy security engagement and as an agriculture negotiator in Australia’s key free trade agreements (US, China, Japan, Korea). He was also Australia’s first Counsellor for Agriculture (Policy) in China, based at the Beijing Embassy (2006-2009).
Vincent is a trained practitioner in the GBN scenario-planning technique. He has a talent and passion for exploring strategic vulnerabilities, risks and opportunities for his clients.