:: Board of Directors ::
:: Mr. Charles Allen AO ::
AGL Energy Board Member
Mr Charles Allen was born and educated in England. His working career was in the oil and gas industry, initially as a geophysicist with Shell in various parts of the world, and later in production and general management. He was posted to Australia in 1979 as Executive Director of Woodside Petroleum Ltd. and Chairman of the North West Shelf LNG project, the largest undertaking by a non-government organisation in Australia at that time. He became Managing Director of Woodside in 1982 and retired in 1996 when the project was complete. He was appointed AO in 1990. He has been a Director and Chairman of CSIRO, National Australia Bank and Air Liquide Australia. He has also been a Director of Metals Manufactures, Amcor and is presently on the Board of AGL Energy.
:: Professor Graeme Jackson ::
Founder & Director - Brain Research Institute
Professor Graeme Jackson is the founder and Director of the Brain Research Institute and a Neurologist at the Austin Hospital, Melbourne.
He is internationally recognized as an expert and authority in new MR technologies, particularly in the field of animal and human studies of epilepsy. Graeme also holds an honours degree in Psychology and a doctorate in Medicine. From 1990-1995 he was a Paediatric Neurologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, London.
Graeme holds a number of other positions, both clinical and academic. He is a Professorial Fellow of the Department of Medicine Austin Health/Northern Health at The University of Melbourne. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Radiology at The University of Melbourne which recognises his ability to integrate imaging technology with biological questions,. He is also an Honorary Neurologist at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne and a board member of Neurosciences Victoria.
His group is at the forefront of unraveling the structural and functional abnormalities in the human brain that are associated with epilepsy.
Professional Qualifications: Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology (Monash University) 1978; MB.BS (Monash University) 1982; FRACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians) 1991; MD (Monash University) 1995.
:: Mark Jones ::
Partner - KPMG
Mark Jones is a Partner in KPMG's Risk and Advisory Services ('RAS') practice. Mark specialises in the provision of internal audit, risk management and governance services to major Australian organisations in the finance, insurance, retail, manufacturing and entertainment industries. Mark leads KPMG's Corporate Governance practice and has national responsibility for risk management of KPMG's RAS practice.
Qualifications and Memberships: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics (University of Sheffield UK); MBA (Melbourne Business School); Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; Associate, Institute of Chartered Accountants (Australia); Member, CPA Australia; Member, Institute of Internal Auditors Australia; Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors and Registered Company Auditor.
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