Professional biographyGary has a substantial background as both a Non-Executive Director and senior corporate executive, together with 15 years of experience in senior commercial and professional roles in the tertiary sector. His corporate experience extends from ASX20 organisations BHP Steel and James Hardie Industries, where he held senior roles in marketing, sales, operations and general management. Gary has been a Managing Partner in business advisory and consulting, advising to ASX listed boards, major government departments and for purpose entities. Gary has broad commercial acumen in varied sectors including manufacturing, heavy industry, agriculture, construction, building, packaging, tourism, public sector, tertiary education, biotechnology, legal and not for profit enterprises. He brings specialist expertise in strategy development and implementation; financial management; audit & risk; marketing, sales and business development; contract and intellectual property law, research funding; community engagement, government liaison, and philanthropic giving. In the tertiary sector, Gary has led commercial operations in areas such as Intellectual Property Transfer and Commercialisation; research partnerships and funding; alumni management; fundraising and advancement; community engagement; government liaison; and faculty commercial management. Gary is currently Business Director, Faculty of Law, at Bond University. He holds additional roles as Director, Centre for Enterprise Governance, Program Director Master of Laws in Enterprise Governance and is Editor of the Enterprise Governance eJournal. He holds several current non-executive director and chair roles in the aged and community care sector.
Teaching expertiseStrategy, Risk, Enterprise Governance, Marketing and Corporation Law
- Graduate, Australian Institute of Company Directors
- Master of Business in Marketing University of Technology Sydney
- Bachelor of Economics University of Queensland
- Graduate Directors Course Australian Institute of Company Directors