Sue McCarrey was appointed as Australia’s National Rail Safety Regulator in November 2014. Under her leadership, ONRSR has matured into a fully fledged national operation that is facilitating a safe, efficient and prosperous Australian rail industry.
Julie has had over 35 years' experience leading policy development, reform and major change projects at an executive level across all levels of government, and within the rail industry including leading the implementation of the national rail reform and establishing the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator.
Peter has had over 30 years' experience in the Australian rail industry where he has combined leadership roles and practical operational experience with a focus on risk management including the role of Chief Operating Officer of TransAdelaide.
Simon brings over 35 years of technical and leadership experience in rail covering track, fleet, operations, stations and communications which includes being part of the team that coordinated the successful operation of rail services for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Jodie is an experienced Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Services executive with over 30 years of experience in managing complex and multifaceted service based organisations across a variety of industries and sectors. Jodie is a fellow of CPA Australia.
Trish White has extensive experience in the fields of governance, risk and project management having served on the boards of several large Australian companies. She is a Fellow of the AICD and the College of Leadership and Management and is a former cabinet minister in the South Australian government, having held the infrastructure, development, transport, science and education portfolios.
Trish has worked globally as an engineering executive and is a Professional Company Director and is a current Board Director and immediate past President and Board Chair of Engineers Australia.