Priscilla Mason – Workforce Development Director
Priscilla is a Worimi woman and Traditional Owner of the Worimi Conservation Lands and has devoted most of her working life to support the Indigenous Communities. Priscilla’s passion with helping people in need and strong customer focus will support Indigeco Network.
Greg Barnes – Managing Director
Greg has 20 years experience in the management and delivery of complex rail and civil infrastructure projects in Australia. Greg takes a partnering approach when working with customers and works hard to ensure their success.
Beverley Manton – Indigenous Cultural Heritage Specialist
Indigenous Cultural Heritage
Beverley Manton continues to be the longest serving board member of the NSW Aboriginal Housing Office. She was the first female elected Chairperson of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council the most senior elected Indigenous body and Councillor for the Mid-North Coast and has previously been a member of numerous governmental and Aboriginal advisory boards including the Worimi Conservation Lands in Port Stephens, Beverley was also a finalist for NSW Woman of the Year in 2007.
Eleni Skouloudis – Workforce Development Manager
Eleni is an accomplished professional with over 15 years’ experience in Employment Services in a management capacity. Eleni is an inspiring leader that has been acknowledged for implementing strategic performance improvement measures, delivering results, building strong and effective teams whilst resolving long-term issues.
Frank De-Vitis – Pre-Contracts Manager
Frank is a civil engineer with over 28 years experience in the engineering and construction industry with expertise in design and construction management on multi-disciplined construction projects including petrochemical, heavy industrial / mechanical, materials handling, HV Powerlines and transportation. For the last 15 years Frank has predominantly focused on rail transportation and infrastructure.
Robbert McCann – Environment and Sustainability Manager
Robbert has over 10 years’ experience as an Environment advisor role. Much of Robbert’s experience has been gained in the Infrastructure sector. Robbert’s experience includes managing all environmental affairs including all ISCA sustainability deliverables, ensuring risks are minimised and that all environmental impacts are considered and rectified throughout the design and construction.