Our weekly appointments wrap includes Camis Smith, Richelle Baker, Jason Musca, Antonios Papaspiropoulos and Matthew Johnson.
Camis Smith has joined the board of not-for-profit EON Foundation. Mr Smith has worked at Chevron since 2010, where he is senior adviser, Aboriginal affairs and special projects. He has previously worked as manager of Aboriginal employment strategy at Rio Tinto Iron Ore and adviser to the education and training minister in the Northern Territory.
Silver Chain has appointed Richelle Baker as group manager, health, safety and wellbeing. Originally trained as an occupational therapist in the disability field, Dr Baker has since moved into the workers’ compensations sector, most recently at engineering firm UGL as group health manager for Australia and New Zealand. In 2019, Dr Baker completed her PhD in physiotherapy and exercise science.
ASX-listed Pioneer Credit has made Jason Musca chief financial officer. A chartered accountant, Mr Musca most recently worked as a consultant with Versant Partners, advising clients on commercial litigations and international arbitrations. He previously worked at Bankwest for eight years, as divisional chief financial officer for both the retail and business banks.
Antonios Papaspiropoulos has been appointed general manager - commercial and investor relations at Spoke Corporate. Mr Papaspiropoulos has previously held corporate affairs roles at BHP, Chevron and Shell in Europe, Asia and Australia, and has also run PR and marketing agencies Network Communication and Effectus Marketing Group.
Matthew Johnson has been made chief financial officer at Digital Wine Ventures, starting on June 1. Mr Johnson is currently the finance manager of the company’s Winedepot business. He is a chartered accountant with 25 years’ experience working for companies including PBL, British Telecom, Westfield, and George Patts.