Jo Scard - Chair
Jo has played a unique role as a senior adviser in the Australian Federal Government for over a decade. She’s also worked as a communications strategist in London, a TV political journalist (Australia/UK) and as a s strategic adviser to countless corporates and Not-For-Profits across the globe.
George is the principal solicitor of the National Justice Project and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Macquarie University. He is well known for his work in fighting for justice for the mentally ill, LGBTI Australians, immigrants, prisoners, asylum seekers, youth detainees, and Aboriginal Australians. Read more
Duncan has been a lawyer for over 30 years and is also an author, journalist, media advisor and social commentator. He has worked on Aboriginal Land Claims in the Northern Territory and for the Aboriginal Legal Service. Read more
Lizzie is a public interest lawyer, working on cases which address issues of community concern and further the public good.
Steve is an experienced Barrister based in Margaret River, Western Australia who also operates as a Nationally Accredited Mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) facilitating non-confrontational conflict resolution across civil, commercial and family law.
Dan is an American lawyer who attained the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps. Mori was the military lawyer for Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks.
Entrepreneur Audrey Rodda Frack, the founder of Phonelink Communications, is one of the youngest and most successful business owners within Australia's male-dominated telecommunication industry. Ms Rodda has also turned her strategic, organisational, and sales skills to other areas including philanthropy and creative business restructures.