We have established a governance structure which includes a governing constitution, Board committees and an Advisory Board.
Current Advisory Board members are:
James Groom has worked for leading law firms in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom, specialising in the areas of corporate and commercial law. He has also worked as senior corporate counsel and company secretary for the Australasian operations of one of the world’s largest financial services organisations. James presents frequently on corporate governance and compliance matters. He has degrees in law and arts (first class honours in political science) from the University of Tasmania.
David Bartlett was the 43rd Premier of Tasmania from 2008 until 2011. During his Parliamentary career he also held the portfolios of Minister for Education & Skills, Minister for Innovation, Science & Technology and Attorney General. Prior to politics David’s career was focussed on Information and Communications Technology. Post politics David is passionate about sharing his experience in public policy particularly in the areas of education, skills for the future, innovation and social inclusion.
Mary Griffiths is a senior academic with international expertise in e-participation. Formerly at Monash U and U Waikato, NZ, Mary is now an Associate Professor in Media, University of Adelaide. Writing on citizen-government relations, policy consultations, open government, and political uses of the Internet by communities of interest, Mary is Associate Editor and peer reviewer for the European Journal of E-Government and a member of the China-Australia Research Centre in Transcultural Studies, a collaboration between Beijing Foreign Studies University and The University of Adelaide.
If you are interested in assisting the Foundation at a governance level please contact us.