Bill Morrow was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of nbn in December 2013. He joined the company in April 2014 with a remit to ensure all homes, businesses and communities across Australia can have access to high speed broadband as soon as possible, at affordable prices and at least cost to taxpayers.
Mr Morrow is well known for his global experience 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, he served as CEO of Vodafone Hutchison Australia in Sydney, CEO of Clearwire Corporation in Seattle, and CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric Co. in San Francisco. Previously he was CEO of Vodafone's Europe region through Vodafone Group PLC and ran the group’s businesses in Japan and the UK.
Mr Morrow holds an Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Condie College and a B.A. in Business Administration from National University in San Diego.
Mr Greg Adcock was appointed to nbn as Chief Operating Officer in November 2013.
Highly experienced across a number of industries, Mr Adcock is responsible for the network engineering and deployment of MTM technologies and the implementation of the landmark Definitive Agreements signed with Telstra and the Government.
A previous executive director of nbn and Commercial Operations at Telstra, Mr Adcock spent 20 years at Telstra and was a key member of the team that negotiated the Definitive Agreements between Telstra and nbn.
Mr Adcock’s roles at Telstra also included strategy and business planning, capital management, contract establishment, operational process optimisation, regulatory compliance and strategic projects.
Prior to that Greg worked in and around major projects in IT services with various roles at Lindemans Wines, GE and Aristocrat including the computerisation of manufacturing and accounting systems. His involvement in the project to build the New Parliament House in Canberra provided him an excellent grounding and insight into the complexities of project management and the construction industry.
Stephen Rue is responsible for the financial management of nbn's business activities, business planning, financial reporting, financial control, management reporting, taxation and treasury, as well as procurement and supply.
Mr Rue joined nbn in July 2014 as a member of the Executive Committee, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge in financial management and high profile company transformation.
Prior to joining nbn, Mr Rue spent 17 years in various leadership roles at News Corp Australia including a decade as Chief Financial Officer. He also served as a Director on a number of associated boards including Foxtel, Fox Sports, REA Group and Australian Associated Press, as well as Chairman of the Communication Newspaper Group in Perth and Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club.
Mr Rue is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Business Studies and a Diploma in Professional Accounting.
Justin Forsell is responsible for all nbn's legal services, its company secretariat, FOI and security functions. His responsibilities include all major transactions, dispute management and litigation, legal analysis and advice work, security, privacy and governance support.
An experienced legal practitioner with over 18 year’s in-house experience, Mr Forsell joined nbn in March 2010 as the Chief Legal Counsel.
Prior to joining nbn, Mr Forsell was General Counsel, Company Secretary and Head of Governance at Vodafone Australia. He was responsible for legal, regulatory, government relations, company secretariat, inter-carrier relationships and corporate social responsibility across the company.
He has previously held senior legal counsel roles at Vodafone Australia, BT Group Japan and British Telecom in the UK. He commenced his career in telecommunications law at Hutchison Telecom in Hong Kong after several years in private practice.
Mr Forsell has an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney, and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.
JB Rousselot oversees nbn's Network and Service Operations. Focussed on ensuring a paramount end-to-end customer experience across nbn™'s network and services, Mr Rousselot’s role covers all operations that follow the network rollout.
Mr Rousselot joined nbn in October 2013, bringing extensive experience in the telecommunications and media sectors.
As well as holding senior roles at Telstra including the Executive Director of Voice, BigPond and Media, Mr Rousselot was the CEO of IP telephony start up Interline, an Executive Director of the Australasian Media and Communications Fund and has worked in consulting and investment banking.
JB holds a an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of management (USA) and a Masters Degree in Engineering from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (France).
John Simon joined nbn in January 2013 and is responsible for all aspects of product management and sales.
His accountabilities include developing and managing the life cycle of nbn's product portfolio, and ensuring that it is aligned with industry needs and underpins the nbn corporate plan.
Within his portfolio, he is also accountable for delivering nbn's revenue targets and customer experience goals of its key channels to market, the Retail Service Provider (RSP) community.
Mr Simon is an established executive in the converged ICT market, with over 30 years' experience.
Mr Simon spent the last 11 years working for Singtel Optus in various roles including Managing Director of its Corporate, Government and Key Account Division (Optus Business). He also had responsibility for Optus' SMB division and prior to moving to nbn was the Managing Director of Strategy, Transformation and Customer Experience for Optus.
Prior to Singtel Optus, Mr Simon worked in the ICT industry for a range of companies including Telstra Multimedia and General Electric in various executive leadership roles. Mr Simon holds an MBA from the AGSM (University of NSW, Sydney).
As nbn's Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer, Brad Whitcomb is responsible for creating and implementing the company’s strategy and Integrated Operating Plan. Mr Whitcomb and his team are primarily focused on enabling the company to scale in the most efficient and effective way.
Mr Whitcomb is a member of nbn’s Executive Committee reporting directly to the CEO and he’s responsible for Regulatory Affairs at nbn.
Mr Whitcomb has extensive experience leading business operations and transforming business performance in global telecommunications, technology and energy sectors.
Prior to joining nbn in May 2014, Mr Whitcomb was the Chief Strategy and Business Transformation Officer at Vodafone Hutchinson Australia where he was responsible for the whole-of-business turnaround including diagnosis, strategy, planning, execution and governance.
Mr Whitcomb holds an MBA from Saint Mary's College of California and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Ms Taylor joined nbn in May 2014 and is responsible for the People and Culture strategy of nbn. Her responsibilities include initiatives to ensure workforce attraction and capability, a safety focused and values based culture and the optimisation of employee engagement.
Her areas of focus include recruitment and resourcing, performance management, leadership development, learning and career development, reward and recognition, employee relations, payroll and employee services, facilities and health and safety.
She has held senior executive roles including Head of HR/HSE at Origin, Head of Human Resources for Computer Science Corporation (CSC) Australia prior to CSC Europe in London, as well as Head of Human Resources Apple Asia Pacific.
Ms Taylor has a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Diploma of Education and a Master of Management from Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney.
As Chief Information Officer, John McInerney is responsible for nbn’s information technology based services. His responsibilities include the customer and partner digital channels, data and information management, technology architecture and the ICT strategy and policy. Mr McInerney also sponsors the business technology planning process and the alignment of IT with the business.
An experienced technology practitioner with over 20 years’ experience across a diverse range of technology environments, Mr McInerney joined nbn in December 2012 as the Chief Information Officer. Previously, Mr McInerney was Vice President of Strategic Enterprise Services at Hewlett Packard where his portfolio included cloud, security and analytics products and services across Asia Pacific and Japan. He began his career in telecommunications at Telstra where he was Group CIO and led one of the largest technology transformation projects in Australia.
Mr McInerney has a Bachelor of Business from Monash University and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.