New South Wales Leaders has a vision that includes:
Assisting growth companies to become national and international market leaders;
Developing and enhance the leadership skills of Founders, Directors and Executives;
Developing greater link to local, national and international capital markets;
Surrounding growth companies with Business, Industry and Government leaders.
New South Wales Leaders has a nationally recognised Advisory Board, consisting of leading executive and non-executive directors to assist in developing the ongoing strategic direction of the network and aide in the growth and development of Members. This Advisory Board includes:
Tim is the Managing Director at Symphony Leadership. He has been supporting corporate leaders offering advising, facilitating, training,
mentoring, coaching and coaching supervision services for 25 years. His early career centered on senior management roles with investment
banks, including an executive directorship with Hill Samuel Australia (Now Macquarie Bank). Tim’s teams played a leading role in the
rapid growth of Australia’s Money Markets.
Emma brings over twenty years experience in executive strategic planning, business development, sales and marketing, process improvement and
organisational change management roles for both corporate and government organisations within the professional services, finance, property
and construction sectors for organisations including; PwC, CBA, Colonial First State Property, NSW State Government, Five D, JLL and UGL.
In 2015, Emma played a key role in the sale of the Five D Business to JLL forming the largest corporate real estate services provider in
Australia. Emma was an Executive Director on the Five D Board and shareholder.
Emma is a Director of Constructive Pty Ltd, winner of the Master Builders Awards for excellent in 2009 & 2012 and formerly an
Independent Board Member of Latitude 12, a BPO established by the East and West Arnhem Regional Shires to enhance the quality of services to
Dan is a Business Coach, Capital Advisor and CEO of New South Wales Leaders. He has an extensive background with strong focus on equity
capital raisings for early stage emerging companies and corporate innovation. He is also a sponsoring member of the Australian Small Scale
Offerings Board, a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a founding Manager of a Government funded innovation centre
based on the campus of Newcastle University and an Executive Director and shareholder of a $4M open ocean aquaculture venture. With over 20
year’s commercial experience, Dan has successfully held roles as a General Manager, Director and Investor as well as various roles in
Industry, Government and Research.
Jonathan is the CEO of UXC Red Rock Consulting, the largest Oracle Consulting business in ANZ with 8 offices and 600 staff. He is a dynamic
and energetic leader who prides himself on being able to help grow a business aggressively whilst maintaining the organisations culture &
x-factor. He was a founding Shareholder of Red Rock. His focus & expertise are around enabling business growth specifically in Sales and
Marketing, Mergers and Acquisitions, Executive Leadership, Alliances and Strategy. Jonathan is also a Director of RockSolid SQL, a company
building monitoring and automated data management software.
Melinda is a non executive director with Kennards Self Storage and a former director of MLC Limited, the wealth management division of NAB
and Vita Group Limited, an ASX listed telecommunications and computer retailer. Melinda is also a non executive director of SANE Australia
and a member of Newington College Council. In her executive career Melinda held corporate finance roles with Grant Samuel, Merrill Lynch and
Goldman Sachs in Australia and New York.
Hon. Andrew Stoner
Andrew has extensive work experience in both business and government, including in a variety of managerial roles and as a Human Resources
professional. More recently, he performed the role of Member of Parliament (16 years), Leader of The National Party (11 ½ years),
Minister, and Deputy Premier of NSW (3 ½ years).
During his time as Deputy Leader of the NSW Government, his achievements included:
Leading the NSW government’s international engagement strategy, including trade missions and establishment of trade offices in
Substantially delivering the $4 billion redevelopment of the Sydney International Convention Entertainment & Exhibition Precinct at
Co-leading the government’s asset recycling strategy, via private sector ownership/operation of key economic assets including ports
and electricity infrastructure;
Overseeing more than $13 billion of infrastructure investment in regional NSW, particularly road, rail and water infrastructure aimed at
enhancing the productivity of regional industries.
New South Wales Leaders selects leading growth companies to become Members. Up to 25 Executive Leaders and 16 Future Leaders are selected each year.