Our weekly appointments wrap includes Bruce Godfrey, Graeme Hunt, Sarah Ryan, Lisa Paul, Mark Woffenden, Miranda Johnson, Daniel Gordon, Vaughan de Vos and Stephen Nano.
The Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre has appointed Wyld Group director for technology business advisory Bruce Godfrey, AGL Energy chair Graeme Hunt, Woodside non-executive director Sarah Ryan, headspace chair Lisa Paul, and Mineral Research Institute of Western Australia chief executive Mark Woffenden as board members. FBICRC has also appointed US-based Cadenza Innovation founder and chief executive Christina Lampe-Onnerud as a special advisor.
Miranda Johnson has been appointed as the inaugural Hatched Curatorial Fellow at PICA. Ms Johnson has previously worked at PICA as a gallery attendant, was screen curator at Animation Artroom, and is a co-founder and board member of the artist-run gallery Cool Change Contemporary. The position is funded by a two-year partnership between PICA and Minderoo to support emerging artists.
Daniel Gordon will be chief technology officer at INX Software. Prior to his appointment, Mr Gordon worked as digital technology manager at MYOB and at Nine Entertainment. He is also an executive director at Cup Culture. Former chief technology officer Vaughan de Vos is transitioning into a new role at the company, focusing on business projects and technology integrations.
GBM Resources has appointed Stephen Nano as senior advisor, technical and business development. Mr Nano’s most recent role was as chief executive and president of Mirasol Resources, and has also worked at Newmont, Newcrest and MIM. Trained as a geologist, he has acquired more than 30 years’ experience and has worked in the Americas, central Asia and the Asia-Pacific regions.