Dr Switkowski was appointed Executive Chairman of nbn effective 3 October 2013, and reverted to the role of Non-Executive Chairman from 2 April 2014 following the appointment of Mr Bill Morrow as Chief Executive Officer.
Dr Switkowski is Chairman of the Suncorp Group and a Director of listed companies Healthscope Ltd and Tabcorp Holdings Limited. He is Chancellor of RMIT University.
Dr Switkowski is a former Chairman of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation and Opera Australia. He has previously held positions as Chief Executive Officer of Telstra Corporation Limited and Optus Communications Ltd.
He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences, the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Dr Switkowski has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and PhD (Nuclear Physics).
Dr Switkowski’s current term will expire on 2 October 2019.
Mr Flannigan was appointed as a Director effective 11 November 2013. Mr Flannigan brings more than 25 years experience in infrastructure services and has held senior roles in both private and publicly listed companies.
Mr Flannigan established his own business, Integrated Maintenance Services in 2000 and was the founding Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Service Stream Ltd for six years from 2003. He then managed network construction as nbn’s Head of Construction from 2009 to early 2011. In 2011 Mr Flannigan founded Utility Services Group and served as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director until 30 June 2015 when the company was acquired by an ASX listed company.
Mr Flannigan was appointed as Managing Director of Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd, an Australian provider of facilities and infrastructure management services to Government, Private and Not-for-Profit organisations, effective 1 August 2016. Mr Flannigan was also appointed as a member of the Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust effective 13 December 2016.
Mr Flannigan has a business degree from Victoria University, is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and the Australian Institute of Company Directors and until late July 2016 held a Board position at the Australian Grand Prix Corporation.
Mr Flannigan’s current term will expire on 10 November 2019.
Ms In’t Veld was appointed as a Director effective 2 December 2015. Ms In’t Veld has extensive experience as a senior executive including as Managing Director of Verve Energy, Vice President of Primary Business Development for Alcoa Australia and Managing Director of Alcoa Australia Rolled Products.
Ms In’t Veld is currently a Non-Executive Director of Northern Star Resources Limited, Deputy Chairperson of the CSIRO and a member of the Australian Government Takeover Panel. In 2014, Ms In’t Veld was Chairman of the Queensland Government Expert Electricity Panel and a member of the Renewable Energy Target Review Panel for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and was until recently a Council member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (WA) and an Advisory Board member of the SMART Infrastructure Facility (University of Wollongong). She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne.
Ms In’t Veld’s current term will expire on 1 December 2018.
Mr Malone was appointed as a Director effective 20 April 2016. Mr Malone founded iiNet Limited, an ASX listed telecommunications company in 1993 and continued as CEO until his retirement in 2014.
Mr Malone is currently a Director of ASX listed Seven West Media Ltd, Superloop Ltd, Speedcast International and Dreamscape Networks Limited. He is also the founder and Chairman of Diamond Cyber Pty Ltd and a Director of Barristers Chambers Limited. Mr Malone’s former directorships include Autism West (as founder and Vice Chairman) and, .au Domain Administration (as a founder and Chairman). He is also a past Advisory Council Member of the Australian Institute of Management (WA) and a past member of the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council and the WA Association State Training Board.
Mr Malone has received a number of prestigious industry recognitions including 2012 Australian Entrepreneur of the Year, Communications Alliance Ambassador and is a holder of the Telecommunications Society Charles Todd Medal. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Institute of Management and the Australian Computer Society. Mr Malone has a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) and a post graduate Diploma in Education both from the University of Western Australia.
Mr Malone’s current term will expire on 19 April 2019.
Mr Milne was appointed as a Director effective 11 November 2013. His career combines experience in telecommunications, marketing and media. As Chief Executive Officer of three of Australia’s largest internet service providers, OzEmail, MSN and BigPond, Mr Milne built significant media businesses in the online and mobile phone worlds. He has been responsible for many successful marketing campaigns and has been honoured with a number of awards.
He is Chairman of Australian Broadcasting Corporation, MYOB Group Ltd and NetComm Wireless Ltd and a Non-Executive Director of Tabcorp Holdings Limited, Members Equity Bank Ltd and SMS Management & Technology Ltd. Mr Milne has a Bachelor of Arts from Flinders University.
Mr Milne's current term will expire on 10 November 2019.
Mr Morrow was appointed as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Director of nbn effective 2 April 2014. He joined nbn with a remit to ensure all homes, businesses and communities across Australia can access very fast broadband as soon as possible, at affordable prices and at least cost.
Mr Morrow is known for his global expertise in leading complex turnarounds and capital intensive start-ups. His industry experience spans fixed line broadband services, fixed wireless, mobile wireless, and gas and electric utilities.
Prior to his present role, Mr Morrow served as CEO of Vodafone Hutchison Australia in Sydney, CEO of Clearwire Corporation in Seattle, CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric Co, CEO of Vodafone Europe and CEO of Japan Telecom.
Bill Morrow is a former non-executive board member of Broadcom and Openwave.
Mr Morrow holds an Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Condie College and a BA in Business Administration from National University in San Diego. Mr Morrow’s current term as a Director will expire on 1 April 2020.
Dr Schott was appointed as a Director effective 28 September 2012. Dr Schott is Chairman of the Moorebank Intermodal Company Ltd, Chairman of TransGrid, a Director of TCorp NSW, Infrastructure Australia and a Patron and Board member of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
She is currently on the advisory boards of Sydney Metro, HealthShare NSW and Sydney Light Rail. Dr Schott has worked in numerous senior executive roles including as Managing Director and CEO of Sydney Water, CEO of the NSW Government Commission of Audit, Managing Director of Deutsche Bank and Executive Vice President of Bankers Trust Australia. Prior to becoming an investment banker, Dr Schott was a public servant and an academic.
She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Oxford University, a Masters of Arts from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) from the University of New England and Honorary Doctorates from the University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney.
Dr Schott’s current term will expire on 5 October 2018.