Chair Person and Board of Directors

Greg Smith Board Member

Greg Smith

Chair

Greg Smith is the Chair of the Board of The Junction Works, joining as a Director in 2012.

Greg is a CPA with extensive executive management, leadership and project delivery experience and knowledge of local government, electricity and the not-for-profit sectors. He has been responsible for strategic, operational and service delivery functions and has a proven track record in initiating and delivering business change through strategic corporate projects, service delivery reviews, business process improvements and innovation through ICT and partnerships. His experiences extends to financial modelling frameworks for operations and property development.
 
Greg is a Senior Consultant with Morrison Low, and has held senior positions with Parramatta City Council and Evolve Housing.  Greg has a Master of Business and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.



Keri Pratt Board Member

Keri Pratt

Deputy Chair

Keri’s business career includes experience in superannuation, investment consulting, institutional marketing, and sales and management.

She holds an MBA (Exec.) from AGSM and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD) and the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees.

Keri is also a non-executive director of Women in Super, a not-for-profit association which provides networking opportunities for women in the industry and is the largest donor/fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.  Keri joined The Junction Works Board in late 2010.
Tina Tang Board Member

Tina Tang

Tina has over 31 years international experience in the property industry, having worked in London, Hong Kong and Australia managing many successful mixed-use developments across all property sectors, and commercial office assets in particular.

Tina commenced her career in Australia before moving to London in 1987 to work on several boutique commercial developments and then moved to Hong Kong to work on several large infrastructure projects. Tina returned to Australia in 1997, as Project Director for Lend Lease, before joining Brookfield Multiplex where she eventually took on the role of Director of Capital Transactions.

In August 2008, Tina joined Investa Property Group where as the Group General Manager of Commercial Developments, she had overall responsibility for the growth and strategic direction of the Developments business through the challenging global economic conditions at the time. Tina subsequently established a property advisory business Jattca in 2011, which she has successfully grown and which currently has many clients in both the public and private sector with projects ranging up to $500 million in value. Tina has been affiliated with Property Council of Australia as the Chair of NSW Capital Markets and Investment Committee and a Member of Divisional Council.

Tina commenced on the Board of The Junction Works early 2011.

Jonathan Swain Board Member

Jonathan Swain

Jonathan is an experienced commercial lawyer, corporate governance professional and general manager. He worked for more than 15 years with two major law firms, led the legal function for an ASX-listed financial services company and is currently a consultant counsel and company secretary.

Jon also spent several years as a member of the senior leadership team at Sunnyfield, an organisation that provides a wide range of disability support services across New South Wales. In that role, Jon led the quality, safeguarding, risk management and compliance teams through the transition into the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Jon is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jon joined the Board in February 2019.

Richard Amos Board Member

Richard Amos

Richard is an experienced Chief General Counsel with a demonstrated history of working as a part of an executive leadership team.  He has direct experience in dealing with governance and strategic issues faced by public and private boards alike. His broad-based executive experience includes leading a corporate development and risk team as well as a communications and public relations team.

Richard is skilled in Mergers & Acquisitions, Strategy Build and Implementation. He is passionate about bigger possibilities, a positive, values-oriented culture, coaching and development in all walks of life and is committed to making a contribution to disability organisations during their transition to the post-NDIS world. Richard joined the Board in February 2019.

Scott Wagstaff Board Member

Scott Wagstaff

Scott Wagstaff has spent over 30 years in senior roles in the marketing, communications and online learning industries.   He has developed communication and learning programs across a wide range of industries including financial services, tourism, telecommunications, higher education, healthcare, retail, government and community services

Scott started his career at American Express before moving into the advertising industry where he worked on many blue-chip brands and held senior management roles with global advertising agencies.

In 2004, Scott moved into the online learning and development industry and worked with major brands including McDonald’s, Telstra, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank, Wesfarmers and Canon.

As Chief Sales Officer at Peopleplan, a digital learning & technology company, Scott worked with a diverse range of NFPs including McGrath Foundation, Australian Network on Disability, Endeavour Foundation and Volunteering Services Australia.

In 2017 Scott joined The Career Insight Group as CEO of the career transition firm, Audrey Page & Associates and in 2019 moved into a newly created group role as the Chief Digital Officer where he leads the digital transformation of career transition systems, training programs and new innovative solutions focused on the future of work.

Scott has a Commerce Marketing degree from UNSW, as well as qualifications in advertising , digital marketing, business management and change management from AIM, Sydney University and AGSM. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Helen Bouropoulos

Helen Bouropoulos is a senior executive known for commercialisation and product development strategies in the not for profit and ICT industries.

As the National Manager for Marketing and Communications at Stride Mental Health, Helen has led the brand transformation of the organisation and manages Stride’s digital and field marketing initiatives and the customer experience.

As the General Manager for Enterprises & Business Development at National Disability Services, Helen has led the development and launch of new enterprises for the disability sector and has commercialised for the organisation.

Prior to her current position, Helen acquired comprehensive experience in corporate engagement, enterprise start-ups, initiatives in revenue diversification and growth, strategy formulation, corporate governance and financial management.

Helen has a Bachelor of Business and a Graduate Diploma in Communication Management (PR and Media) from the University of Technology Sydney.  She is a Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute and a Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM).

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