Board of Directors
BBAMZ Chair, Principal Advisor Energy & Strategy Bell Bay Aluminium
Leigh is the Principal Advisor, Energy & Strategy for Bell Bay Aluminium. He started his career as an electrical apprentice before gaining an Associate Diploma of Electrical Engineering and now has over 30 years’ experience in the aluminium industry.
General Manager, George Town Council
A passionate local government professional, with a career spanning almost 20 years across metropolitan, peri-urban and rural municipalities. Shane has a keen interest in social entrepreneurship, driven by shaping communities, improving liveability and prosperity. Shane holds multiple tertiary qualifications including the fields of engineering, arts and business. Shane is the General Manager of George Town Council.
Director, AP Kempe
Roger is a boiler maker welder by trade and started the business in 1985. The company currently supports the mining, ports, forestry, food and power sectors through the sales and delivery of process equipment, hydraulics and pneumatics, engineering, maintenance and fabrication, employing over 90 people.
Director, Tasmania Electrical Services
Pat was one of the founding directors of Tasmanian Electrical Services. From a workforce of six in the Bell Bay area the company now employs over 30 people statewide.
He completed an electrical apprenticeship and went on to gain an associate diploma in Electrical Engineering. With over 50 years experience in the electrical industry he brings a wealth of knowledge to the board.
Sales and Administration Co-Ordinator, East Arm Resources
Rachael has lived and worked her whole career in the greater Tamar region of Tasmania. She has built a valuable network of stakeholders to assist in her role at the East Arm Resources Quarry, supplier of high-quality crushed rocks, specialty products and aggregates to Northern Tasmania.
Communication and machine/mobile plant operation skills are a notable strength. As the quarries first point of call for all product and sales enquiries, Rachael provides a high level of service to the local customer base.
Principal, 3P Advisory
Kym Goodes, the principal of 3P Advisory, is recognised as one of the foremost public voices in Tasmania.
She has two decades of experience working in government and the Not for Profit sector in social and economic public policy fields as diverse as education, employment, transport, energy, digital inclusion, health, housing and human services. She has worked across both the public and private sectors as a sought-after adviser specialising in stakeholder and community engagement, facilitation, community sentiment tracking and social licence assessment.