Greg is an expert in public and not for profit governance and is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and the Governance Institute of Australia (FGIA).
He has 25 years consulting in governance, risk management, program reviews and evaluations and strategic/business planning, including working with PwC, RSM, WalterTurnbull and Directors Australia. This includes developing and reviewing governance and risk management frameworks, conducting board performance reviews and providing governance and risk management training for Boards and executives. He developed a board performance review framework for the Jamaican Government’s public sector statutory and corporate agencies.
Apart from being a member of the Marymead board since 2018, Greg is also a long standing board member of Dementia Australia (including its Governance Committee) and The Neighbourhood Canberra which is looking to bring world class dementia care to Canberra and the region. He is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee of the National Blood Authority.
Greg was Chief Executive of the ACT Department of Health and Community Care and acted in other CEO level positions. He led major change in agencies providing services in health and community care, environment and conservation, sport, heritage and museums, arts and festivals, community services and housing, public sector budgeting and finance and corporate services.