The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) is a member-based not-for-profit industry council. The ISCA Board comprises of volunteer Member and Independent Directors.
BSc, MEngSc, FTSE, HonFIEAust, FICE, FAICD
A board Chairman and Non-Executive Director, David is a respected thought leader, expert advisor to governments and global businesses on resilient leadership and practice, specialising in sustainable solutions for the infrastructure and built environment sectors. David is a Member of Council, Swinburne University of Technology; Non-Executive Director, Standards Australia Ltd and Chairman, Engineers Australia’s College of Leadership and Management.
David has experience in leading the growth and development of the global consulting business Arup. His 41 year career at Arup included CEO of Arup Australasia, Chairman of Global Infrastructure and Global Planning Leader. He is currently a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, an Honorary Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia and has received many awards including five times named in EA’s 100 Most Influential Engineers in Australia and finalist, CEO of the Year (Equal Opportunity in the Workplace).
Ms Jayne Whitney – Member Director and Deputy Chairman
BSc Econ (Hons), MBA, Grad Dip InvRel, GAICD
Executive General Manager People & Culture | UGL Limited
Jayne Whitney is an experienced leader with specialist skills in strategy development, business transformation, human resources, marketing and sustainability. As Executive General Manager, People & Culture at UGL she has helped drive and lead the company's business transformation through a reinvigorated People & Culture strategy.
Prior to joining UGL, Jayne held Senior Executive positions at some of Australia's leading engineering firms, specialising in business development, sustainability and communications.
Her experience in business development has included growth strategy development, governance of significant sales targets, leading and securing major contracts, managing key company acquisitions, leading business transformation projects and advancing the business development community she led.
Jayne's passion for advancing the development of sustainable infrastructure saw her pioneer the sustainability function during her time at Tenix, positioning the company as an industry leader in sustainability.
Jayne has a proven track record of driving positive cultural alignment and employee engagement in business. She has also held senior roles operating across the UK, Europe, USA and South East Asia and has been recognised with awards for her leadership skills. Married with four daughters, Jayne enjoys family life.
Mr Russell Cuttler – Member Director
Dip Eng, MIE Aust, Member International Tunnelling Association
Executive General Manager People & Policy | John Holland Group Pty Ltd
Director | John Holland Group Pty Ltd, John Holland Pty Ltd, John Holland Queensland Pty Ltd and John Holland Mutual Limited
Russell has over 30 years’ experience in public and private sectors both in Australia and overseas. He brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding on the delivery of major infrastructure projects to the ISCA Board. He has been involved in some of the largest projects undertaken globally, with major roles in Alliance projects. He is responsible for the strategy, guidance, governance and leadership to manage the development of John Holland’s policies, procedures and culture with respect to OHS, Quality, Environment, Industrial Relations, Human Resources and Systems.
Mr Menno Henneveld AM – Member Director
BE (Civil), Post Grad Dip Admin, PMP (PMI USA), HonFIEA, FATSE, FAICD, FCSIA, FCILT
Principal | Menno Henneveld Consulting Pty Ltd
Strategic Advisor Transport | Laing O’Rourke Australia
Menno is also currently a Vice President of the World Road Association, and Chairman, Energy and Water Ombudsman, WA. Menno was Engineers Australia's WA Professional Engineer of the Year and National Professional Engineer of the Year for 2012. Menno was Commissioner of Main Roads Western Australia 2002-2012, where he was responsible for delivering $6 billion of road infrastructure projects, $5.5 billion of road services and management of the State’s 18,000km and $42 billion road network. Prior to his involvement with the road transport industry, Menno had an extensive career providing executive leadership in the water industry as Senior Executive and General Manager positions Water Corporation, 1986 to 2002.
Mr David Kinniburgh – Member Director
BEng (Civil), MAICD, CMIE Aust, MIPA, MIAC (UNSW School of Civil & Environmental Engineering)
Australian Market Leader Transportation | GHD
David leads GHD’s Australian transportation practice which represents greater than 25% of the Australian business. His experience is varied, ranging from project leadership including concept development, detailed design through to construction management of transportation projects.
Ms Sarah Marshall – Casual Member Director
|M Env Sc, BSc (Marine), Exec Cert Event Mgmt, beyondblue Corporate Ambassador|
|Executive General Manager – Operational Support | Lendlease|
As Executive General Manager, Operational Support, Sarah leads the operational functions of Safety, HR, IR, Marketing & Communications, and Environment, Community & Sustainability. Sarah brings 20 years of experience working in construction and infrastructure, including ten years with Lendlease and previously CPB and Jacobs. Sarah is also a Corporate Ambassador for beyondblue.
Sarah is sustainability leader and continues to spearhead positive social change in the industry including improving awareness of mental health in the construction industry, increasing Indigenous engagement and employment and improving diversity in the industry.
Sarah has been recognized as a passionate leader in the industry and has received a number of accolades including Winner WME Corporate Sustainability Leader 2014; Finalist Telstra Women's Business Awards 2013 for Sustainability leadership; Winner of the Lendlease CEO Award for Sustainability Strategy and Corporate Leadership 2011 and Winner National Association of Women in Construction Award for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation in 2002.
Mr Marko Misko – Member Director
B Law, B Com
Partner | Clayton Utz
Marko has been a partner of Clayton Utz since 1999 and heads the firm's Commonwealth infrastructure practice. Marko specialises in all aspects of infrastructure, including design, construction, financing, operation, maintenance, remediation and disposal. One of Marko's long-term clients (for over 20 years) has been the Department of Defence. In this role Marko has developed delivery models for both the design and construction as well as the operation and maintenance of defence infrastructure. Most recently, this has involved a focus on integrated project delivery, which is designed to maximise the sustainability of infrastructure and other whole of life outcomes. Marko is well-known throughout industry, as he speaks and publishes widely on infrastructure related issues.
Ms Leisel Moorhead – Independent Director
M Laws, B Laws, GD Legal Practice, BA
Partner | QIC Global Infrastructure
Leisel has had board experience at Powerco Limited, Queensland Motorways Limited, QML group companies and companies in the NorthWestern Roads Group (Westlink and NorthConnex). As a Partner at QIC Global Infrastructure, Leisel is jointly responsibility for the global transport sector within the QIC GI team. Leisel’s role includes reviewing and assessing transport sector opportunities globally and asset management of QIC’s transport sector investments. Leisel has primary responsibility for environmental, social and governance matters for the QIC portfolio assets, including overseeing the integration of ESG matters into QIC’s investment processes. Leisel is responsible for managing QIC’s investment in NorthWestern Roads Group (Westlink M7, NorthConnex Tunnel Project) and CampusParc LLC (parking system at The Ohio State University) and has had responsibility for managing QIC’s interest in Powerco Limited (New Zealand’s second largest electricity and gas distribution company) and Thames Water Limited.
Mr Mark Rogers – Independent Director
BEcon, BA, LLM, GAICD
Managing Director | New Forests (Australia New Zealand)
Mark Rogers is responsible for managing the Australia-New Zealand business for New Forests Asset Management and overseeing the investments in Australia-New Zealand funds business. He manages a team of dedicated professionals in forestry operations, acquisitions, and financial analytics for with a key focus on client service. He has nearly 20 years’ experience in real asset sales, acquisitions, regulation, greenfields project development, and finance with Colonial First State, Origin Energy and the Department of Transport and Regional Services. Mark sits on a number of New Forests’ Investment Committees and operating company boards. He has also had extensive experience as a Non-Executive Director on numerous other real asset companies (such as Anglian Water, Electricity North West, and Hazelwood Power Corporation). Mark has a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Economics, and a Masters of Law from the Australian National University in Australia and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ms Alison Rowe – Independent Director
Alison is the former Global Executive Director Sustainability at Fujitsu Limited. Alison is also a Non-Executive Director at the Future Business Council and Bioregional Australia Foundation; and has previously been a Non-Executive Director at Environment Victoria and One in Five. Alison is a member of the Leadership Council for the Public Utility Challenge in New York. Alison has previously held roles at Transurban Ltd, BEST, Sigtec Pty Ltd, Ericsson Limited, Hermes Precisa Australia, State Revenue Office, Transport Accident Commission and the Royal Australian Navy.
Mr Craig Tucker – Member Director
Group Manager, Environment and Sustainability | CPB Contractors
Craig is a recognised leader in the field of environment and sustainability in infrastructure with a broad range of strategic and operational experiences across multiple industries. A pragmatic and approachable leader Craig is dedicated to developing efficient and practical outcomes through engaged participation in the Infrastructure Industry. With international industry experience and a personal ethos in environment and sustainability Craig provides a unique perspective to the ISCA Board.