Margaret (Lyndsey) Cattermole AM has board experience at Foster's Group, Treasury Wine Estates, Tatts Group, the Victorian Major Events Corporation, Pact Group Holdings, Florey Neurosciences, PlayersVoice and the Melbourne Rebels. Ms Cattermole also has experience on State and Federal Government committees and boards including the Federal Government's Electronic, Electrical and Information Industry Board, and the Prime Minister's Science and Engineering Council. In Victoria, she was a member of the Premier's Business Round Table. Ms Cattermole has also been a director of the Heide Museum for Modern Art, the Melbourne Theatre Company and has spent over ten years involved with community health including at the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation and as chair of the Women's and Children's Health Care Network. She was involved in merging the Royal Children's Hospital Research Institute and the Murdoch Research Institute to form the Murdoch Children's Research Institute. For these community involvements, Ms Cattermole was awarded an Order of Australia (AM). Ms Cattermole founded Aspect Computing, which sold to ASX-listed KAZ Group and in 2002, she became a non-executive director of KAZ Group.