Our Board

The National Advisory Board of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia shapes the priorities and sets the policy directions of the organisation. Board Members – drawn from the most senior levels of government and industry - draw on their expertise and industry leadership to ensure a focus on the reforms, policies and projects that will build a better Australia.

Members of IPA's National Advisory Board are: 


Mr Adrian Kloeden

Chairman, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia 
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Mr Scott Charlton

CEO, Transurban Limited 
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Mr Jim Miller

Chairman, Infrastructure Victoria 
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Dr Kerry Schott AO

Chair of Moorebank Intermodal Company and Director of NBN  
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Mr Fernando Fajardo

Managing Director, ACCIONA 
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Mr Darren Black

Partner, Infrastructure Advisory, PwC 
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Ms Lara Poloni

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Mr John Pickhaver

Co-Head Infrastructure, Utilities & Renewables, Macquarie Capital  
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Mr Steve Lambert

Executive General Manager Capital Financing, NAB 
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Ms Leilani Frew

Executive Director, Commissioning & Contestability Unit, NSW Treasury 
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Mr John Clarke

Founding Director, Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd 
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Mr Geoff Daley

Deputy General Manager – Australian Structured Finance Office 
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Mr Andrew Day

CEO, Hastings 
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Mr David Larocca

Oceania Leader, Infrastructure Advisory, EY 
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Mark Lynch

Chief Development Officer, Pacific Partnerships 
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Mr Ashley Mason

Managing Director, Lendlease Services 
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Ms Carolyn McNally

Secretary, NSW Department of Planning 
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Mr Mike Mrdak

Secretary, Australian Department of Infrastructure  
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Mr David Webster

Deputy Secretary, Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance 
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Mr Josh Sgro (Honorary General Counsel)

Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills 
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