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Football Tasmania Management
Matt Bulkeley- Chief Executive Officer
Jayden Hey – Futsal Manager
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Nathan Coad – Referee Manger
Michael McIntyre – Finance
Media & Communications
Michele Green – Administration Manager
David Smith – Coach Development Manager
Football Tasmania Board
Robert (Bob) Gordon, President – firstname.lastname@example.org
BSc, MIFA, MAICD, FAMI
Mr Gordon joined the board in April 2017 and was elected President in February 2018. He is a highly experienced Chief Executive and Non-Executive Board member. He has spent 40 years in the Forestry and natural resources sector, since 1991 as a senior executive or CEO. After a series of senior management roles in Forestry Mr Gordon was appointed a Forestry Commissioner in 1991 and then Managing Director and CEO of Forestry Tasmania in 2006, a position he held until 2013 when he retired. Mr Gordon is currently President of the Institute of Foresters of Australia (IFA) and a Non-Executive Director of ASX listed Financial Group, MyState Limited including subsidiaries MyState Bank and Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees.
Daniel Hanna, Director
Mr Hanna joined the board in August 2016 and has a long background in football as a player in Tasmania and the ACT, and currently as a junior coach and volunteer. Mr Hanna has held the position of Executive General Manager – Corporate Affairs at Federal Group since 2011. Prior to taking up this role, he spent 8 years working in association management in Tasmania – as the CEO of the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania and prior to this, the General Manager of the Australian Hotels Association. He returned to Tasmania in 2003 after holding senior positions in the Commonwealth Government in Canberra with the Department of Finance and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the Australian National University and a PhD from the University of Tasmania.
Janine Healey, Director
Bus(Acc), FCA, CTA, FAICD
Mrs Healey joined the board in June 2018. Mrs Healey has over 30 years experience in Chartered Accounting including 15 years at KPMG and 8 years at Deloitte. She joined Ruddicks in 2003 and specialises in succession planning for both individuals and businesses, and the provision of high level taxation, commercial and strategic advice. In addition, Mrs Healey has held various commercial directorships including Tasmanian Railways Pty Ltd (2017 to current) where she is Chair of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee, member of the Safety, Health and Environment and the People and Culture Committee, Hydro Tasmania (2002 to 2015) including Chair of the Audit Committee and member of the HR Remuneration and Business Risk Committees; Tasmania Electronic Commerce Centre Ltd (TECC) (2005 to 2012); Port of Launceston Pty Ltd (2000 to 2005). Mrs Healey also has several community roles, which include Launceston Chamber of Commerce (2000 to 2020) with roles as President, Vice-President and Treasurer; Councillor and Divisional President on the Tasmania for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
James Brooks, Director
BEc, Dip PF, Dip Finance and Mortgage Broking Management
Mr Brooks joined the board in August 2016 and has 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry working in Australia and the UK. He was an associate director at Macquarie Bank and consulted to NAB Europe and Head of ANZ Wholesale Mortgages. Since arriving in Tasmania in 2010 he has worked with ANZ Business Bank as a senior relationship manger and is now a mortgage broker who is also involved in a number of other business interests. Mr Brooks was president of the Central Region Junior Soccer Association for four years finishing in February 2016. He brings extensive skills in areas of leadership and strategic planning, financial management, risk and compliance and community engagement with his involvement in grass roots football.
Jim Lange, Director
Mr Lange joined the board in February 2015 and was re-elected for a second term in February 2018. He has a long association with football having been Involved previously as a junior coach and junior club president. With professional experience in the ICT industry and as a small business owner, Mr Lange is employed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise as Tasmanian State Manager.
Ekaterina Skalidis, Director
LLB, BA, GAICD
Ms Skalidis joined the board in February 2015. She is a long-time supporter and spectator of football. Ms Skalidis is a Principal Lawyer at Dobson Mitchel Allport where she practices in employment law and commercial litigation. Ekaterina is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has proven skills in strategic planning, risk analysis and legal compliance. She is a non-executive director of Anglicare Tasmania and past non-executive director of the Greek Community of Tasmania. She is a past state and national champion in Tae Kwon-do where she holds a 3rd degree black belt.
Christie Cox-Haines, Director, company Secretary
Ms Cox-Haines joined the board in July 2020. Ms Cox-Haines Christie was admitted to the legal profession in 2015 and has a combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degree, with honours in law. She has a background in commercial and property law, but now practices family law with Rae & Partners. She is a player and past committee member of the Ulverstone Soccer Club.
BA (Sport Management), MBA
Mr Bulkeley was appointed Chief Executive Officer in August 2018 and has more than two decades of experience in sports administration, including eight years with Football Federation Australia (FFA), as both the Head of Game Development and the National Participation Manager. In addition to his significant time spent working at FFA, Bulkeley has held leadership roles within Cricket Australia, Australian Sailing and more recently a three years stint as COO of Life Education NSW.
Tim Gardner – Director
Tim has more than 30 years’ experience in business leadership, management and strategic development with a focus on public infrastructure.
Since joining his family’s business in 2003, Tim has overseen Stornoway’s development from a local civil contractor into a national provider of specialised civil infrastructure services, with the business now providing civil asset services nationally to all levels of government, as well as to customers in the property, construction and resources sectors.
After 11 years as Stornoway’s CEO and Managing Director, Tim moved into the role of Executive Chair in 2014 and then Chair in 2021. He remains actively involved in oversight and governance of Stornoway as it continues to grow as a customer-centric, service-based business, built on a strong organisational culture.
Tim was appointed as a Director of Metro Tasmania in 2015 and took on the role of Chair in 2019. In a time of increasing community focus on the role and value of public transport, the Board is overseeing the building of a strong service culture and business modernisation.
Tim has been actively involved in the water industry and from 2015 to 2021 was Tasmanian State President of the industry’s peak body – the Australian Water Association.
Tim currently chairs the Waste and Resource Recovery Ministerial Advisory Group established by the Minister for Environment and Parks. He has also been appointed to the Board of TasTAFE.