Board and Management
Phone: 0421 238 636
Kim Williams AM
Dr Anthony Lowe
Janine Marshman is a creative-minded and strategically focused business and marketing person, with a strong grounding in the creative world, and dedication to the presentation and promotion of the creative arts. She previously worked for the Australian Music Centre as Online Business Manager for the web-based catalogue documenting and promoting the work of Australian composers, improvisors and sound artists, is a member of the Red Rattler Theatre Management Committee and performs with Langen Suka Sydney Gamelan.
Delivery Sponsor, Regulatory Transformation, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
Liz offers diverse leadership, organisational strategy and transformational change management, public and regulatory policy development, and compliance, risk management and governance knowledge and skills. She has extensive experience in corporate and financial services regulation. Liz is currently Chair of Shopfront Arts Co-op Ltd, a Director of KU Children’s Services and a member of their Nominations and Remuneration Committee. Liz has qualifications in management, law and commerce (marketing), and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Director of Treasury and Investment Services, Finance, University of NSW
Andrew is responsible for the management of cash, funding, banking, and exposures to financial markets risks, including credit, foreign exchange and interest rate risk, for the University of New South Wales. He currently manages more than $500 million in short and long-term investments, and sits on the governance committees of a number of infrastructure projects currently under construction or planned on campus valued at more than $300 million. Andrew was previously Corporate Finance Manager at Downer EDI Ltd, and has a Masters of Applied Finance from Macquarie University.
Dr Anthony Lowe
Chief Executive Officer at Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
Anthony is Chief Executive Officer at Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, a broad-based community organisation and the peak national body for prostate cancer in Australia. He is also Adjunct Associate Professor at Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University and a member of Actuaries Institute’s Leadership & Career Development and Public Policy Council Committees. Prior to joining PCFA, Anthony was Chief Operating Officer at the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Anthony has held senior executive positions in the financial services industry in Australia, the US and UK, ultimately becoming Executive Director and Asia-Pacific business group leader at Mercer Wealth Solutions.
Executive Manager, Musica Viva Australia
Trish has spent over 30 years in arts management in Australia, first as Country Wide and Export Manager at Musica Viva, then as Relationship Manager in the Major Performing Arts division at the Australia Council for the Arts. She is now enjoying her second placement at Musica Viva. These roles provided her with experience in promoting and touring Australian artists nationally and internationally and working closely with Music, Opera and Literature organisations, both MPA and Key Organisations, funded by the Australia Council. She was closely involved in managing the Sydney Spring International Festival of New Music which ran for 12 years in the 1980s/90s. She sat on the Board of the Australian Youth Orchestra, served as Chair at Arts on Tour and on the Board of Governors of the Federation of Asian Cultural Promotion (FACP). At Musica Viva from 1983-2002 she was also responsible for curating and implementing the Cultural Relations Program for the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade internationally, leading delegations of Australian arts companies to Japan and writing a touring manual for the countries in Asia which formed the focus of DFAT’s cultural program. Prior to her involvement in the arts, Trish spent ten years serving abroad in DFAT’s diplomatic service. She graduated from Deakin University with majors in Public Relations and Journalism.