Non-Executive Director, Chairman
Bachelor of Engineering, Diploma of Corporate Finance, GAICD
Phillip Campbell is an independent and experienced director, having been involved with a number of listed and unlisted entities in capacities including managing director and chairman. He has a proven track record of guiding businesses through challenging and volatile environments to restore and enhance shareholder value.
Mr Campbell’s business experience includes dealing with domestic and international companies across a range of industries including resources, construction and manufacturing. Mr Campbell is currently a non-executive chairman of Vmoto Limited and a director and advisor to a number of unlisted public, private and not-for-profit organisations across Australia.
Bachelor of Commerce, Fellow of CPA Australia
Brad Denison was appointed as Managing Director on 1 August 2014. Prior to this, Mr Denison was Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of Fleetwood Corporation Limited for 12 years.
Mr Denison has significant corporate experience in commercial and complex projects, finance, risk and mergers and acquisitions.
Non-Executive Director, Chair of Audit Committee
Bachelor of Commerce, FCA, FAICD, FFin
Jeff Dowling was appointed as non-executive director on 1 July 2017, and thereafter as Chair of the Audit Committee.
Mr Dowling is a highly experienced corporate leader with over 40 years’ experience in professional services with E&Y, and is a non-executive director on both listed and unlisted corporations. Mr Dowling’s experience centres around finance, risk and financial transactions derived from acting as lead partner on numerous large public company audits, capital raisings and transactions. As a non-executive director on a number of ASX listed companies he has been involved with various corporate acquisitions and takeovers, debt restructures and equity raisings.
Mr Dowling is currently the Chair of S2 Resources Limited, non-executive director and Audit Chair of NRW Holdings Limited and Chair of Battery Minerals Limited.
Non-Executive Director, Chair of Nominations and Diversity Committee
Bachelor of Laws
Adrienne Parker was appointed as non-executive director on 23 August 2017, and thereafter as Chair of the Nominations and Diversity Committee.
Ms Parker is a partner in the global law firm, Pinsent Masons, and specialises in major construction, engineering and resources projects, including disputes in the infrastructure, mining, oil and gas and transport sectors.
Ms Parker’s experience includes both domestic and international front end negotiations advising all parties on procurement strategies, risk assessment and management, and project delivery. Ms Parker has also acted in many large scale complex disputes involving mining projects, processing plants, oil and gas facilities, and major commercial building and infrastructure projects.
Ms Parker is a Governing Board Member, Deputy Chair and Member of the Remuneration and Nominations Committee of the Perth Public Art Foundation Inc, a Board Member of the UWA Centenary Trust and a past President of the WA Chapter of National Association of Women in Construction. She is also a member of the Joint Law Council of Australia and Law Society of WA, Construction and Infrastructure Law Committee.
Bachelor of Science (Hons), MBA
Mark Southey was appointed as non-executive director on 10 October 2018, and thereafter as Chair of the Remuneration Committee.
Mr Southey is a highly experienced senior executive with extensive global experience in the manufacturing, industrial technology and natural resources sectors. Mr Southey has previously held senior executive positions with Honeywell and ABB both in Australia and internationally, and more recently was part of the global executive leadership team within WorleyParsons where he held the position of Group Managing Director for the Minerals, Metals and Chemicals Sector.
Mr Southey is currently a non-executive director of ASX listed Arafura Resources Limited, an advisory board member of Tas Cleaning Technologies (GCT) LLC, USA and the principal of Arethusa Advisory.
Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary
Bachelor of Commerce, Certified Practising Accountant, FINSIA Fellow
Andrew Wackett commenced as Chief Financial Officer on 12 June 2017. Prior to this appointment Mr Wackett was a Division Director of Macquarie Securities Group for 20 years. During that time, Mr Wackett gained significant commercial experience with large Australian and international listed entities, developed an in depth knowledge of corporate governance, and statutory financial requirements, and has proven financial and leadership skills in guiding business, departments and teams in the formulation and execution of financial strategies. Prior to Macquarie, Mr Wackett worked at Wesfarmers Limited for over six years.
General Counsel and Company Secretary
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Bachelor of Commerce
Elizabeth Maynard commenced as General Counsel and Company Secretary on 3 September 2018. Prior to her appointment, Ms Maynard spent a number of years in private practice as a Corporate / M&A lawyer with a top-tier Australian law firm advising clients in a variety of sectors on domestic and cross-border transactional and commercial matters. Ms Maynard also has significant international experience, having spent over 3 years working in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region at a top-tier UK law firm.
General Manager – WHSE & HR
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons), Masters of Engineering (Industrial),
Diploma of Human Resources
Andrew McCormack was appointed as General Manager for WHSE and Human Resources in July 2014, after commencing with Fleetwood in July 2011. Prior to joining Fleetwood, Mr McCormack held a variety of Operations Management, Industrial Engineering and Human Resources roles in Australian and international manufacturing firms.
Mr McCormack has significant experience in risk management and employee relations legislation and a genuine passion for the wellbeing and development of our people.
Chief Executive Officer, Modular Accommodation
Bachelor of Economics and Marketing
Jarrod Waring was promoted to the role of Chief Executive Officer of Fleetwood Modular Accommodation on 8 November 2017. Joining Fleetwood in February 2012, Mr Waring has held several General Management roles within the business overseeing the growth and development of its national operations and market expansion strategies in both the education and affordable housing sectors in Australia. Prior to joining Fleetwood, Mr Waring held a number of senior management roles in both the public and private sectors in Australia and Asia with proven leadership and people management skills gained over the past 20 years in manufacturing and the execution of turnaround and growth strategies.
Mr Waring is a Board Member of prefabAUS and an Executive Member of the Modular Building Industry Association Australia.
Chief Executive Officer, Parts & Accessories
Bachelor of Engineering
Manny Larre commenced at Fleetwood in September 2011. Prior to his appointment, Mr Larre held various senior executive roles in the automotive and consumer products industries over a 25 year period. During that time, Mr Larre gained significant operational and commercial experience with large Australian and international listed and private companies, leading several companies through operational turnarounds. At Fleetwood he has held several senior executive roles from General Manager of Flexiglass through to CEO of Parts & Accessories, gaining further experience with business acquisitions and sales.
Executive General Manager, Village Operations
Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, GAICD
Dominic Letts was appointed as Executive General Manager Village Operations on 1 January 2018. Prior to this,
Mr Letts fulfilled General Manager and Operations Manager roles at Fleetwood for 9 years.
Before joining Fleetwood Mr Letts served as an Army Officer.