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Nicholas Moore (Chair)

Nicholas Moore

Mr Moore was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Macquarie Group in May 2008. Macquarie Group is a global financial services provider operating in 28 countries. It provides services to institutional, corporate and retail clients and has $A486 billion of assets under management.

Mr Moore joined Macquarie in 1986.

Mr Moore has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from UNSW and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. He is also Chairman of the University of NSW Business School Advisory Council and the Sydney Opera House Trust, and a Director of the Centre for Independent Studies.

Mr Moore’s first term expires 24 March 2018.

Al Clark

Mr Clark has 30 years’ experience as a film producer, first in the UK – where his credits include Nineteen Eighty-Four, Absolute Beginners and Gothic – and then in Australia. His Australian films – which have been selected for most major festivals and distributed worldwide – include The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Chopper, Siam Sunset, The Hard Word, Razzle Dazzle, Blessed and Red Hill. Priscilla was nominated for a Golden Globe® as Best Film, won an Oscar® for Costume Design, plus two BAFTAs and multiple festival awards, and remains one of the most successful Australian films of all time. The stage musical derived from it has played in 10 countries. A former board member of the Australian Film Commission, Mr Clark was the recipient of the 2013 AACTA Raymond Longford Award for lifetime achievement. He is also the author of two books, Raymond Chandler in Hollywood and The Lavender Bus.

Mr Clark's first term expires 11 December 2017.

Michael Hawkins


Michael Hawkins is a management consultant practicing in the fields of negotiation and facilitation. He is the Chairman of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival. He is also Executive Director of the National Association of Cinema Operators – Australasia and the Australian International Movie Convention, a Director of Creative Content Australia Ltd and a member of Advisory Boards including HLB Mann Judd Chessboard and two prominent Australian’s Family Offices. He is a Member (part time) of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. He serves on the Foundation of the Queensland State Library. He was formerly CEO of Australian Multiplex Cinemas Ltd and Deputy Chair of Screen Queensland. He is a lawyer by training and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mr Hawkins' first term expires 23 August 2019.

Claudia Karvan

Ms Karvan is an acclaimed actor, producer and director. Her acting feature film credits include Daybreakers, Gillian Armstrong's High Tide, Phillip Noyce's Echoes of Paradise, The Heartbreak Kid, Paperback Hero and The Long Weekend. Claudia has starred in many Australian television series and mini-series including the Jack Irish series, Puberty Blues, The Secret Life of Us, The Time of Our Lives, My Brother Jack, Small Claims, the award-winning drama series Love My Way, for which she was creator and producer, and Spirited on which she was a producer. As well as co-producing in Spirited, Love My Way and House of Hancock, Claudia also made her directorial debut on The Secret Life of Us.  Ms Karvan has won several AACTA, Astra, Logie and AFI Awards.

Ms Karvan is currently starring in a new eight-part drama series Newton’s Law and co-producing the TV drama Doctor Doctor.

Ms Karvan's second term expires 23 August 2019.

RIchard King

Based in Victoria, Richard King is a corporate communications and public policy professional. As Managing Partner of GRACosway Melbourne, a public affairs and financial and corporate communications consulting firm, Richard brings over 20 years of experience in government, media and markets. Richard’s strong understanding of corporate governance and the political environment is drawn from his in-house experience at NAB, advisory roles for Australian and international blue-chip companies, industry groups, not-for-profit organisations and government agencies. Richard has also held a number of senior advisory roles to government in the Treasury portfolios, and has specific expertise in communications, tax policy, fiscal policy and federal–state relations.

Mr King's first term expires 23 August 2019.