Ian has more than 25 years’ experience as a non-executive director and advisor for boards and CEOs in the private and not-for-profit sectors. He runs a successful strategic advisory business focussed in the areas of non-executive board work, assisting senior leaders to create clear direction while managing complex issues. Ian holds board positions with SRA Ltd, an industry-owned research and development company and The Leadership Foundation Pty Ltd. He also guides the owners of two private companies operating in manufacturing and digital markets. Ian chairs a syndicate of the CEO Institute and has served as chairman and member of several Audit, Nominations and Strategy Committees. He has held senior executive positions in steel manufacturing, mining, sugar production and professional services businesses.
Director and Chair
Andrew has more than 35 years’ experience in the commercial property industry and currently is the CEO of Retailspace Property, based in Fortitude Valley. He has a proven record of successfully delivering major property projects within the retail, commercial and health sectors. Prior to establishing Retailspace, Andrew held senior roles with large property groups, including AMP, QIC, Lend Lease, Mirvac and The Stockwell Group. His formal qualifications include a valuation degree and a CSMA qualification through the Property Council of Australia. Andrew gained the GAICD accreditation in 2017.
Director and Chair of the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee
Chair of the 3rd Space Finance, Audit and Risk Committee, Ole has a long history of success in finance and management at the executive level. He provides strategic organisational support through senior-level contract Chief Financial Officer (CFO), business transformation and business advisory services. In addition, he is Chief Executive of Brisbane Hay & Produce, which supplies feed and produce to the equestrian sector. Ole has previously provided strategic and operational financial leadership as CFO for large organisations including CS Energy, CSR Energy, Downer Mining and Meat and Livestock Australia.
HON ANDREW FRASER
Former Queensland Deputy Premier and Treasurer, Minister for State Development and Trade, Minister for Employment and Economic Development and the Minister for Local Government, Planning and Sport, Andrew was actively and successfully involved in state politics for eight years. He then took on the role of Head of Strategy and Investment at the National Rugby League, where he oversaw corporate strategy and major commercial projects. Andrew is now a professional company director and Chair of Sunsuper, one of Australia’s fastest growing super funds with more than $50 billion in funds under management.
IAN KEMISH AM
Ian joins us with an extensive background in business, humanities, and academia. He is co-founder and director of Forridel Consulting, a regional representative of the World Bank’s Global Partnership for Education, the Chairmen of the Kokoda Track Foundation and the Vice President of the Australia-PNG Business Council. At the University of Queensland, he is an Adjunct Professor in History and chairs the ChangeMakers program for alumni engagement. He is a Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute of International Affairs and an Honorary Fellow at Deakin University. Ian is also a Director of the Australia-Indonesia Centre at Monash University. Ian’s 25-year government career included service as Head of the Prime Minister’s International Division, Ambassador to Germany and Switzerland, and High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea. He was also Head of the Consular Division at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He was awarded membership of the Order of Australia for his leadership of Australia’s response to the 2002 Bali bombings. In 2013, Ian joined the private sector, taking on different leadership roles in the internal resource sector. In March 2020 he retired from the position of Chief People and Sustainability Officer at Newcrest Mining Limited and now joins the 3rd Space Board as a Director.
As company secretary, Justin brings diverse experience from senior finance and governance positions in a broad range of sectors, including mining, aviation, petroleum and financial services. He is an advocate for strong corporate governance and is currently operating his own business, Right Source, which provides accounting and governance solutions to businesses. Justin’s previous roles include finance manager for engineering company Ausenco and company secretary for New Hope Corporation, where he also performed the role of Manager Corporate Development after several years leading the finance team. Justin has a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Governance (Governance Institute of Australia) and received the Thomas Henry Nevitt Memorial Prize from the University of Queensland where he completed his Bachelor of Commerce. He is a Member of CPA Australia and the Governance Institute of Australia.