Board of Directors
Dip. Bus. (Gov), FICDA
Scott is a Business Banking Manager at the National Australia Bank. Previously, Scott worked with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s joint venture, Community Sector Banking. Scott has held both executive and non-executive director roles within various not-for-profit organisations and has an in-depth knowledge of the NFP sector. Scott has been on the ICLM board since March 2017
BSc(Hons), MBA, MAICD
Ian is an experienced project management professional with more than 25 years’ experience in the Health, Utilities and Research sectors. Ian brings experience in building and improving health care delivery in the Loddon Mallee Region to provide all people with the skills to enhance their health through engaging with their community. His skills include project management, governance, change management and organisational development.
Ian became a Director at the Interchange LMR 2018 AGM.
(Grad.Dip in Applied Science (IT))
Peter commenced with the board in April 2018, bringing experience from a career spanning over 30 years in private enterprise working in leadership positions across a mix of Information Technology, Customer Service and Business Transformation. He has previously been involved in continuous improvement and business process transformation across a range of organisations in government and banking sector.
He is looking forward to helping the organisation continue to deliver efficient and customer centred services to the community.
B.Bus (Notre Dame), M. Professional Accounting (Curtin), CPA, MAICD
Partha holds both executive and non-executive roles with various private organisations and not for profit entities. Partha comes from a background of having worked in listed entities in senior management roles and currently is Executive Director for Strategic Business Alliance (SBA) which provides customised business process outsourcing solutions to professional services, firms and entities in various industry sectors in Australia and New Zealand. Partha has a deep interest in the Disability sector and the NDIS as a carer.
Josh is the Foundation & Project Manager for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s Philanthropic arm, Community Enterprise Foundation™. Josh’s 12-year career at the Bank has allowed him to be involved in numerous community focused projects, fundraising and nation-wide granting. Specialty skills and experience include Community Engagement and Development, Project Innovation and Management, Strategic initiatives, Stakeholder Management, Marketing and Promotion.
Josh became a Director at the ICLM 2018 AGM.
BBus, GCertPol&Policy, GDipArts, MAppSci
Tracy has worked as a librarian at La Trobe University for over 20 years. She currently manages staff across three campuses to support researchers to optimise their output and increase their research impact and engagement. Her role includes developing collaborative partnerships, managing project and negotiating solutions, and interpreting statistical reports to identify trends and opportunities.
Tracy is passionate about the right for everyone to have an education and recognises that everyone has the ability to learn. She is also a strong advocate of regional universities and their contribution to rural and regional areas.
Richard spent 35 years with Bendigo & Adelaide Bank and worked in various senior management positions and has been a non-executive director of Sandhurst Trustees Limited for the past 4 years, a company specialising in Funds Management and Superannuation. His career has spanned time in the Trustee, Banking & Finance and Insurance industries. Specialising in Risk Management, Strategy Development, Governance, Finance and General Management in including special projects.
Richard has also been involved in Community engagement activities through engagement with Community Banks but also been actively involved in the local community groups and sporting clubs where he resides.
MBA (LaTrobe), PGradDipOL (Oxon)
Callum works for Bendigo Community Health Services with executive responsibility for Primary Healthcare, Allied Health, Refugee Settlement and Corporate services. Callum has previous experience in Community Engagement, Philanthropy, Banking and Finance and Strategic Project roles in the corporate sector.
Callum has strong experience in General Management and Leadership roles and is passionate about building stronger communities, the power of local organisations and ensuring that everyone is given an opportunity to connect with their community in a meaningful way and live a fulfilling life.
Samantha has had 30 years IT experience with nearly 20 of those at the Bendigo Bank. For the last 10 years Sam has been a Project Manager responsible for delivery of Software Development projects and the overseeing of the Budgets, Timelines, Resources, Stakeholders, Risks & Issues, Quality and Scope. Prior to working at the bank Sam had a diverse range of positions in manufacturing, accounting and both Local and Federal Government.
Bachelor of Commerce. BCom
Julian is a Community Representative for the Interchange LMR finance sub-committee.
He has 18 years’ experience across the Public Practice Accounting and Banking Industries. He is currently working in Strategy and Implementation at the Bendigo & Adelaide Bank with a strong focus on understanding and assessing new initiatives before developing implementation plans to integrate into the business.
The underlaying driver of his work is that customers and people are always at the forefront of thinking and execution. Julian is actively involved in the community through various groups and sporting associations.
Dave is a Gunditjmara man who has lived on Dja Dja Wurrung Country for almost 40 years. Dave has worked in the public service for 20 years in a number of roles across the Finance, Aged Care and Homelessness sectors. Dave is currently the Manager of Aboriginal Services at Bendigo Health and is working alongside the senior executive team at Bendigo Health in the development of their inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan.
Dave manages the Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officer positions at Bendigo Health while also guiding the executive team to shape and implement policies and procedures that ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people receive high quality healthcare services in a culturally safe environment.