Hilary photo - 2014

Hilary Lamb


Hilary is a Graduate Member of the AICD, and holds concurrent roles as Managing Director of CROSSMARK HOST, and Director People & Culture for CROSSMARK Asia Pacific.  Her career began in the UK in Sales & Marketing, transitioned through Account Management and Learning & Development into Human Resources and Executive Leadership positions in Australia. Having worked in large Corporations, and  owned and built medium sized businesses, Hilary’s multiple perspectives give her unique insights, assisting her to influence people development strategies, diversity and gender equality initiatives in large and small enterprises. With a very young granddaughter and even younger grandson, it is Hilary’s personal, as well as business, goal to contribute to changing the environment to provide equal opportunity for everyone.  Hilary balances her corporate life with a passion for dragon-boat racing at the elite level, as well as long-distance outrigger canoe and ocean ski paddling.



Lauren Trethowen


Lauren is a cultural change and HR specialist with over 10 years’ experience developing and implementing cultural and behavioural change initiatives. As an experienced Organisational Psychologist she applies the latest research to deliver effective behavioural change that directly contributes to business success. Lauren has spent eight years working in Management Consulting, at PricewaterhouseCoopers, managing teams on large, complex projects covering a wide range of industries including telecommunications, financial services, resources, retail, energy and the not-for-profit sector. Currently, she works in Organisational Development and Enterprise Culture at Australia Post. She wholeheartedly agrees with the 100% Projects’ belief that in order to address systemic inequality, preventing women from reaching senior leadership positions, both men and women need to be part of the dialogue. She is extremely proud to be on the Board of the 100% Project and help contribute to this change.


Mike Tanner


Mike is as an executive coach, career transition coach and independent consultant focusing on people and culture strategy and implementation. His professional career in people and culture, change management and strategy spans over 30 years in the banking and professional services sectors. Recent roles have included Executive Change Manager and Head of People. He is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, is certified in organisational change management by Prosci and holds an MBA from Western Sydney University. Mike lives the workplace flexibility needs of a husband to a busy executive and father to two pre-school boys (as well as an adult son and daughter). He is passionate about striving for a world where gender is irrelevant and all people can maximise their opportunity to be successful at work and in their family lives. Mike joined the Board in 2016.


Tim Scholefield


Tim has more than 30 years of corporate experience in Australia and internationally including Senior Executive and General Management roles in the Energy Industry.  He has spent his career in production, operations and project delivery and brings insight into the diversity challenges and opportunities in these areas. He has chaired culturally diverse technical and management committees, developed and led behavioural and other change initiatives and held a number of Enterprise-wide roles including on the Diversity Council of an ASX 20 company. Tim is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of South Australia and a MBA from Deakin University.

Tim has witnessed the benefits that diversity brings and as a father of four, with two girls and two boys, is passionate about ensuring people are treated equally and have the same opportunities regardless of their gender.

Sally Maconochie


Sally is a strategic marketing specialist who offers a winning edge for companies in the business development space. She has worked on billions of dollars worth of tenders and proposals, with a very high win rate. In her current role, she is a multi-discipline marketing and communications manager with a focus on growing the company in Australia. Her skills in internal and external communications, as well as social media and digital marketing, allow her to work in varied spaces and with varied divisions across the company. Sally uses her marketing and communications skills, knowledge and experience to help companies compete and to help them communicate a strategy that leads to long-term business growth. She lives in Brisbane with her husband and 2-year old, and likes to take down time in the garden, reading or cooking. Sally joined the Board in 2018.

Bronwyn Powell


Bronwyn is a senior marketing, digital transformation and innovation specialist with 30 years’ experience spanning the globe. Bronwyn is marketer who has touched many global iconic brands from Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Retail/Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) and Entertainment sectors to transform them and position for growth. At the core of her success has been developing business changing strategies, innovative new concepts and products and communications that have been recognised in the industry as leading the way for new, brave and disruptive campaigns. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). She is a lifelong learner and has recently been furthering her digital capability as a graduate from Columbia Universities’ -Emeritus Institute of Management with a Digital diploma. She is a graduate of UNSW with a Bachelor of Commerce-Marketing. As a mum of 8-year-old twin girls she wants to ensure the world her children become adults in the future leaders is one of equality. In joining the board, she hopes to raise awareness of how much further Australia needs to progress to get to 100% equality and that at the same time men need to be able to play a career role equally as women, one she has passion and first-hand experience in, as her husband is full time carer to their twin girls. Bronwyn joined the Board in 2018.

Naomi Rule


Naomi holds over 20 years finance experience in global and Australian companies in varied industries. An inspirational leader, Naomi is focused on the development and achievement of enterprise strategies while equipping teams to exceed targets through collaboration. Naomi believes inclusive leadership is the fundamental way to building strong and aspirational teams and diversity and inclusion are key levers to achieving organisational success. Adept at development, leading and mentoring high performance teams, excelling in changing environments and ensuring success through focus, engagement and continual improvement. Naomi’s experience includes Director and Executive appointments of COO and CFO, corporate strategy development and execution, transformations, and financial and operational excellence. Naomi joined the Board in 2018.


Kate Barker


Kate is a Futurist and currently Managing Director at PWC’s and their Transformation Leader for South East Asia, leading consulting teams on global Digital Transformations. She has extensive experience in partnering with Boards & C-Suite Executives on Digital Strategy, Leadership and Diversity & Inclusion Strategies. Kate has proven success in selling, leading and structuring world-class global consulting programs. She has lived and worked in Australia, London, Singapore, UAE and USA. Kate recently commenced her PhD and she holds a MBA and a Masters in Organisational Psychology, The University of Sydney. She is a talented Public Speaker & Thought Leader, an accredited Executive Coach certified in an extensive range of national & global psychometric instruments and is a Professional Mentor. She joined the Board in 2018.