Roger has more than 30 years' global experience investing in, financing and running growth companies. He was formerly CEO of ABN AMRO Asia Pacific Securities and Global Head of Technology for ABN AMRO Bank, and subsequently founded North Ridge Partners, a technology investment bank. He has served as a director or chair of multiple technology companies, including travel.com.au Limited (ASX: TVL), which he chaired until its sale. Roger is currently the Chair of Iress Limited (ASX: IRE) and Lotto New Zealand (which is Government owned) and is a Non-Executive Director of software company Geo Limited (NZX:GEO). Appointed 01/01/2013.
Don ClarkeLLB (Hons) (Independent Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chairman, Chairman of Risk and Remuneration and Nomination Committees)
Don is a lawyer and company director. In addition to being a consultant to the law firm, Minter Ellison (having retired on 30 June 2015 after 27 years as a corporate partner of the firm), Don is a director of a listed company, Zoono Group Limited, and two unlisted public companies. He has extensive commercial law and business experience from over 30 years advising both ASX listed and private companies. Appointed 10/01/2008.
John was appointed as Webjet Managing Director in February 2011, after serving on the Webjet board since 2003. John was previously Managing Director, Asia Pacific for GTA and formerly Managing Director, of the Travelport Business Group, Pacific region. Based in Tokyo, Japan, he was responsible for the Galileo and GTA brands in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea and Indonesia. Previous to that John was Managing Director, Galileo South Pacific and Flairview Travel. Appointed 25/01/2006
Brad HolmanBCom (Senior Independent Non-Executive Director and Member of the Remuneration and Nomination and Audit Committees)
Brad has over 20 years’ experience working in and providing services to the travel industry, including President for Travelport’s Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and African Operations. Brad more recently was the President for International Markets for Blackbaud a NASDAQ listed software and services company specifically focussed on serving the non-profit community, he was responsible for developing and leading the company’s international business strategy and new market entry. Brad left Blackbaud in November 2015 after serving five years in the role. Appointed 19/3/2014
Shelley RobertsB.Bus Sci, ACA, GAICD (Independent Non-Executive Director, Member of Audit and Remuneration and Nomination Committees)
Shelley has extensive strategic, commercial and operational experience in the travel sector and is currently employed as the Group Chief Commercial Officer of Compass Group. Previous roles have included Executive Director of Aviation Services at Sydney Airport and Managing Director of Tiger Airways Australia. Shelley also held leadership positions in organisations including Macquarie Airports, Macquarie Bank Limited and the EasyJet Airline Company Limited. Shelley’s appointment in April 2016 as a Non-Executive Director has enhanced the diversity and finance, accounting and operational management experience of the Board. Shelley is an active member of Chief Executive Women. Appointed 30/04/2016.
Denise has extensive financial, corporate and board experience across multiple sectors. She is also a Non-Executive Director of Macmahon Holdings Limited and Beyond Blue Limited, and a member of the Takeovers Panel. Denise was a partner with KPMG for 30 years, specialising in audit and advisory services, and a member of the Board of KPMG Australia for 6 years. Denise is also skilled in the function, governance and performance of Audit and Risk Committees, and has chaired such committees in numerous organisations. Appointed 1 March 2021.
The management team is responsible for the success of Webjet Limited and is accountable to shareholders.
Shelley has over 25 years’ experience in travel and travel technology with globally recognized firms such as United Airlines and Travelport. She has significant management experience in leading global commercial and operational teams.
Tony has more than 15 years' experience working in a range of senior finance and corporate roles in Australia and overseas, most recently as CFO of ASX listed TechnologyOne Limited. He is experienced working with companies undergoing growth, both organically as well as through acquisitions, and has considerable international experience having worked in Europe, Asia and the United States. Previously with Computershare, Tony is a Chartered Accountant, has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) as well as an Executive MBA from Melbourne Business School.
Lynne brings a depth of hotel industry knowledge and global experience to Webjet having managed businesses across Australia, New Zealand, India and North America.
Carolyn has more than 25 years’ experience in professional services and corporate roles across law, investment banking, investor relations, executive search and leadership development with organisations including Clayton Utz, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Virgin Blue Airlines and Egon Zehnder. Carolyn has a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Australia, an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management and a PhD in Finance from the University of Queensland.
David has contributed over 10 years of service at Webjet. With extensive experience in search engine, e-mail and mobile marketing, he brings an excellent array of skills and experience to this business.
Darren has more than 25 years’ of international experience working for entrepreneurial and multinational organisations, including Johnson & Johnson, Disney, and Universal Pictures, located in NZ, Australia, Singapore, and Europe. He has lead multi-functional teams through digital and business transformations, business cycles and across many geographies.
Daryl has more than 20 years’ experience in travel. Prior to joining Webjet, he was Regional Vice-President at GTA responsible for its businesses in the Middle East & Asia Pacific. Daryl also previously held various management roles in Far East Hospitality and Singapore Airlines.