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Centenary Foundation Committee

Mr Joseph Carrozzi
Mr Carrozzi is a Managing Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). He is admitted as a Barrister at Law in NSW, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Fellow of the Tax Institute of Australia.

Joseph is also Chairman of Australia’s Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Vice Chairman of the GWS Giants and sits on the boards of the NSW Institute of Sport and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.


Ms Suanne Colley
Suanne is a brand and marketing strategist. She has extensive background in industrial, professional, financial, medical, cultural and corporate advisory services. She is the Chief Executive Officer of BrandPlus Asia. In 2015 she completed a pro bono brand strategy and repositioning project for the Centenary Institute.


Ms Julie Connolly
Julie has extensive community and stakeholder relations experience in both corporate and agency roles over three decades. She sits on several boards in the education and social services sector and is a passionate philanthropist.


Mr John H. Cutler
Since 1884, J. H. Cutler, one of Australia’s and the world’s great tailors, has provided bespoke tailoring and shirt making services to discerning gentlemen throughout Australia, and across the world.

Over the years, leading identities from Federal and State politics, country families, business, the law, medicine, diplomacy and the world of entertainment and sport have enjoyed the benefits of tailoring skills based on the great traditions of England’s Savile Row, the home of bespoke tailoring.

John has been a supporter of the Centenary’s Institute’s for nearly 10 years, and continues to be committed and passionate about his involvement with the Centenary, and its researchers. He has been a good friend of Professor Mathew Vadas AO, Executive Director of Centenary Institute, for many years, as well as being a friend of his father’s.


Mr Simon Dulhunty
Mr Dulhunty is a media professional. After 25 years as a journalist and editor, including running Sydney’s The Sun-Herald for almost four years (2007-2011), Simon is a Director of ASX listed company TopBetta Holdings Ltd Chairman of the Board and trustees of the journalist-supporting Kennedy Foundation.


Mrs Julie Ford
Julie holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economic) from Northwestern University, an MBA from the University of Chicago and a Master of Science (Accounting and Finance) from the London School of Economics. She has worked in roles in banking, advisory, sales and marketing.


Mr Simon Ford
Simon is CEO of Intrepid Investment Partners and has previously been an investment banker and asset manager for 35 years with ANZ, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan in Sydney and London. He has held numerous internal board positions in banking and holds an MBA from Chicago, an MSc from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering from Sydney.


Mrs Megan Inwood
Megan studied Science and Law, then went on to complete a Master of Laws at the University of Sydney. She has gained wide varied experience in the financial services industry, working in various businesses within Macquarie Bank. Her expertise extends across corporate law and regulatory regimes, corporate governance, reinsurance, life insurance underwriting and claims, product development. With a background in tax law, she has a keen interest in working with businesses to take a commercial and informed approach to managing legal issues, risk and compliance.

Following her time with Macquarie Bank, at Zurich Financial Services legal team, she focused on providing services to the life insurance business, and managing matters relating to the transfer of Macquarie Life’s retail business to Zurich Australia Limited.


Mrs Tanya Jones
Tanya is a communications and advertising professional with over 20 years’ experience. As Managing Director for Lawrence Creative Strategy she worked on many successful corporate and political campaigns, such as Qantas ‘Feels Like Home’ and Kevin07, in partnership with the late Neil Lawrence – Centenary’s inaugural Foundation Chair.


Ms Annette Larkin
Annette is Director and owner of Annette Larkin Fine Art which she established in 2006. Her experience in the Australian art business has included working at Macquarie Galleries, Newcastle Art Gallery, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Christie’s Australia. With a BA from Sydney University and a Masters from UNSW, Annette brings over three decades of specialist experience in the Australian and the international art markets. Currently Larkin manages major corporate collections, works closely with private collectors and museums of significant Australian and International art, and is highly respected as a valuer of many areas of collecting.


Mr Mark Sutton
Mark is one of Australia’s leading communications practitioners. He has a rare mix of experience – working at the highest levels in the media, government and advising CEO’s on complex communication campaigns.
He began his career as a journalist – working for regional papers and television before joining National Nine News in Sydney.


Professor Mathew Vadas AO FAHMS
Professor Vadas followed his medical training with a PhD at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne and postdoctoral work at Harvard.

He was the Inaugural Director of the Hanson Centre for Cancer Research (now Hanson Institute) in Adelaide and has been the Executive Director of Centenary Institute since 2007.


Mr Andrew White
Andrew is the Chairman of BFB Pty Ltd, a large agricultural, farming and logistics business. Andrew’s experience includes Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director of an ASX listed company for over five years, he was a Director and Chief Operating Officer of Infrastructure Capital Group, a fund manager specialising in infrastructure and energy projects, and has sat on the Board and Management Committees for various large energy projects.

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