A team that spear heads GTNT into the future
GTNT is a not-for-profit organisation, with a voluntary Board of Directors that oversee and govern the organisation. The Board works with our CEO to develop strategic goals and direction.
The capabilities and experience of the current GTNT Board is extensive including a balanced mixed of financial, legal, business and other skills.
Melissa is an Associate with Ward Keller Lawyers working in in their succession and estate planning and civil litigation (specialising in construction litigation) areas. A Solicitor with over 10 years’ experience, Melissa has graduate and post-graduate qualifications in Law, Accounting and Biotechnology.
Melissa has been a member of boards and local not-for-profit incorporated associations (including a ministerial appointment to Bremer TAFE in Queensland) for nearly 20 years and brings a great deal of governance, risk management and corporate experience to the board, with a passion for using her skills and experience to benefit the local community.
John Clelland is Regional Manager for Kinetic IT, a privately owned Australian IT services business. John has been a leader in the ICT industry for over 10 years, and has lived in Darwin since 2009. A commercially astute business leader, he has extensive experience in the delivery of high quality, customer-focussed service solutions. He has a track record of delivering highly successful outcomes for his customers, and is renowned for his enthusiastic and positive engagement style.
Camille Fong Lim
Camille has worked in the IT industry both nationally and internationally for over 30 years and is currently the Regional Manager - NT for SRA Information Technology (SRA). Camille manages partnership relationships with several businesses and government departments within the NT and nationally and is a trusted advisor to the CEO of the organisation.
Camille has managed small and large teams, in her various roles across a number of organisations, both as a Customer and as a Service Provider. She has industry experience in, pharmaceutical (sales, manufacturing and R&D), banking & finance, education and government. She is highly skilled in the area of performance & people management.
Camille has a keen sense of social responsibility and in 2008 raised $5000 for the Leukaemia Foundation by participating in “The World’s Greatest Shave”. In 2013, Camille volunteered and participated in the St Vinnies CEO Sleepout, raising over $3000 and being the 3rd highest Female Fundraiser in the NT and the 8th Highest overall fundraiser for the NT. Camille also partook in the 2014 St Vinnies CEO Sleepout and doubled the previous year’s funds raised to $6,591.00.
Terry is the Industry Skills Advisory Council NT (ISACNT) as the Industry Engagement Officer.
ISACNT is the peak representative voice on multiple workforce development and training issues for all NT Industries. This position compliments Terry’s previous role as Executive Officer of the Transport Engineering and Automotive Training Advisory Council NT.
For over 10 years Terry has been a director on the GTNT board and was provided with the opportunity to complete the Australian Institute of Company Directors course during his early years with us. Terry uses the knowledge and skills gained from this, every day.
Terry still uses his trade skills as a mechanic, maintaining friend’s vehicles and restoring Classic BMW motorcycles. Terry expansive career path from the farm in southern Tasmania to a mechanic, then trainer, to his current training advisory role has allowed him to realise many childhood dreams. Terry says that travel is still a key part of his life experiences, but he still loves the NT lifestyle and Territorian friends.
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Fran is a long-term Territorian having been born in Alice Springs. She has had a wide and varied career with qualifications and experience in radiography, prehistoric archaeology, teaching, local government as Mayor of Alice Springs for 8 years and most recently as General Manager Operations in Ninti One, a national research organisation headquartered in Alice Springs and focussed on remote Australia. She has a keen interest in economic development for the Northern Territory and in particular training and employment for the next generation of Territorians
Chris is Director of property development for the Lay Group, a family owned and run company that has business interests in logistics, wholesale/retail foodservice, commercial and residential property.
Working across many industries and in various roles has given Chris extensive experiences and knowledge which he has applied to the benefit of his customers and suppliers alike. A strong community focus and pragmatic approach, Chris is always looking to put his best foot forward for the Northern Territory.
Mr Garraway is a private company director, with extensive professional qualifications in both law, business and accounting. He is currently vice president of the Property Council Northern Territory Division and a Board Member of GTNT.
He graduated with degrees in Law and Business (Management) and a Masters in Professional Accounting from the local Northern Territory University. Mr Garraway’s business interest include managing commercial and retail buildings located in Darwin’s CBD, rural land development, and pearling.