Director & Interim Chairman – Campbell Walker
Campbell has over 20 years business ownership and facilities management experience. He is the Executive Chairman of Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd and Ultum Pty Ltd. Campbell also directly contributes to the operations of the business in the areas of business development and customer relationship management. Campbell is actively involved with community-based activities such as Chair of the Melbourne Day Committee, helping to celebrate the city’s rich history and is the Deputy Chair and immediate past Chair of St Vincent’s Hospital’s O’Brien Foundation.
Director, Founder and CEO – Russell White
Russell White’s experience in the Driver Training and Road Safety Industry spans more than 29 years. He is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading Road Safety commentators and advocates. Governments at both State and Federal levels have sought Russell’s views on Road Safety issues. He has presented papers at hearings for the Queensland Travel Safe Committee and the Transport and Regional Policy Committee at Parliament House in Canberra. Russell has established key industry contacts with road safety stakeholders in the non-government sector (NGO) in Australia. He has proved expertise in road safety advocacy enhancing community action.
Director – Garry Connelly
Garry Connelly AM, brings 40 years of motor sport involvement to the board of the Australian Road Safety Foundation. He represents Australian Motor Sport at the world governing body for Motor Sport, the FIA, where he is a member of the FIA World Motor Sport Council. He is also a director of the Global Institute for Motor Sport Safety. Garry has spent considerable time as a competitor in motor sport rallies; he has been an FIA Steward and FIA Observer since 1989. He is also Chairman and director of the Australian Institute of Motor Sport Safety and is currently one of the Chairmen of Stewards in Formula One.
Director – Quentin Crombie
Quentin has 20 years of experience working in the motor sport sector. This includes over a decade working in senior motor sport safety roles for the FIA in Paris and Geneva. Prior to that Quentin worked for management consulting firm Accenture, and he is currently Director of Policy at Roads Australia. Quentin has tertiary qualifications in economics and accounting, having most recently completed a Master of Professional Accounting. He is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is currently completing his CPA qualification.