Hon. Robert Hill AC
Robert was the former Federal Liberal Minister for the Environment in the Howard Government. He also served as Government Leader in the Senate and as Minister for Defence and was previously Ambassador to the United Nations. He is an Adjunct Professor in Sustainability and Co-Director of the Alliance 21 project at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. He is also a Commissioner of the Global Ocean Commission. He previously held the role of Chairman of the Australian Low Carbon Trust and Low Carbon Australia.
Hon. Nick Greiner AC
Nick Greiner is Australia’s Consul-General in the US. Nick was was Premier and Treasurer of NSW from 1988-1992, Chairman of Council of Advisors, Rothschild & Co. and Chairman of Advisory Board, Crosby Textor. He is a Director of SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd and Northern Gas Pipeline Jemena. He is Director of CPE Capital (formerly CHAMP Private Equity), and of Marand Precision Engineering, Jaybro and Banksmeadow Recycling. Nick is the former Federal President of the Liberal Party and a Member of the CEDA Leadership Council.
Hon. Philip Ruddock AO
Philip served continuously in Cabinet during the Howard Government as Minister for Immigration, Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs and then as Attorney General. He is the second longest-serving Parliamentarian in the history of Australian Parliament. He is the President of the NSW Division of the Liberal Party of Australia. Philip is currently the Mayor for Hornsby.
Chris McDiven AM
Chris was the former State President of the Liberal Party (NSW Division), and was the first female Federal President of the Liberal Party, and as such led the Party through most of the Howard Government. Currently, she is the Chair of the Together for Humanity Foundation. In addition, she chaired the Powerhouse Museum Fundraising Committee for five years and has been a Board member of the Rotary Club of Sydney for many years.
Hon. Robyn Parker
Robyn was the Liberal NSW Minister for the Environment and Minister for Heritage in the O’Farrell Government. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of Taronga Conservation Society and Chief Executive Officer of Delphis Australia
Ian Carson AM
Ian is former President of the Liberal Party in Victoria. He is the Chairman of Markets at PwC. Previously Ian was Chair of PPB Advisory, a professional advisory firm, of which he was a founding partner. He is co-founder of SecondBite, a for purpose organisation which rescues nutritious food that would otherwise go to landfill, President of The Victorian Arts Centre Trust and Trustee of The Melbourne Cricket Ground. In 2017, Ian was awarded an Order of Australia for his work in Food Rescue and Business. In 2018, together with his wife Simone, he was appointed ‘Melbournian of the Year’. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants a and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
Hon. Matt Kean MP
Matt Kean entered Parliament in 2011 and spent his early years advocating for stronger mental health policy. Elevated to the NSW Cabinet in 2017, he was appointed Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation in 2017.MFollowing the 2019 NSW election, he was appointed Minister for Energy and Environment. Since this appointment, Kean has added substantial expanses of land to the NSW National Parks’ Estate, beating and then doubling acquisition targets which will mean an extra 400,000 hectares (over five per cent) will be added by the end of 2022. An outspoken critic of “climate denialism” he has campaigned for greater and national action on climate change, particularly in the wake of the 2019-20 bushfires. Championing a more progressive set of energy and climate policies in the Liberal Party, he has argued that the centre of Australian politics needs to reclaim its voice in the political debate. In 2020, he delivered the biggest renewable energy policy in Australia’s history. The Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap: a 20-year plan for NSW’s energy infrastructure that incentivises private investment in renewable energy while simultaneously reducing emissions and lowering electricity bills for the families and businesses of NSW.
Hon Damian Drum MP
Damian Drum MP was the Nationals Chief Whip and Federal Member for the rural seat of Murray and Nicholls in the Australian House of Representatives since the 2016 federal election as a member of The Nationals. Drum was the Deputy Leader of the Nationals, served as the Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister in the Second Turnbull Ministry between 20 December 2017 and 5 March 2018. Drum is a former member for the North Western Province, and later the Northern Victoria Region, in the Legislative Council of Victoria between 2002 and 2016. He has served as the Victorian Minister for Sports and Veterans Affairs in the Napthine Ministry from March to December 2014. He is also a former Australian rules footballer and coach, most notably as senior coach of Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League from 1999 to 2001.
Cr Craig Chung was elected to the City of Sydney Council in September 2016. Prior to this, he served for years as a councillor on the City of Ryde Council. He was also a small business innovator in the hospitality and education sectors. As councillor, Cr Chung is committed to ensuring Sydney is a prosperous, healthy and successful city with a socially responsible heart. Cr Chung is a member of the Environment Committee and the Transport, Heritage & Planning Committee at the City of Sydney Council.