John Wylie AM - Chair
John Wylie AM is Chief Executive Officer in Australia for the global financial advisory firm Lazard. He co-founded Carnegie, Wylie & Company, a corporate advisory and private equity investment firm acquired by Lazard in 2007, and in the 1990s was Australian Chairman of investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston. In these roles, Mr Wylie has advised companies and governments globally for over 25 years.
Mr Wylie is Chairman of the Melbourne Cricket Ground Trust, a position he has held since 1998. From 2001 to 2006 he chaired the MCG Redevelopment Steering Committee in the lead up to the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.
He is President of the Library Board of Victoria, a Trustee of the Global Rhodes Scholarship Trust, Chair of the Victorian Olympic Council Foundation Committee, and a Director of the University of Queensland Endowment Fund and the Melbourne Stars Big Bash League cricket team. He is also an accredited junior cricket coach. Mr Wylie is a former Board member and Honorary Treasurer of the Howard Florey Institute for Neuroscience and former Director of CSR Limited.
Mr Wylie is a member of the ASC Finance, Audit and Risk Committee and the Governance and Executive Performance Committee.
David Gallop - Deputy Chair
David Gallop was appointed Chief Executive of Football Federation Australia in November 2012.
David enters the world of Football with a rich sporting background having been Chief Executive of the National Rugby League for over a decade where he guided the game through its most successful era in terms of crowds, television ratings and commercial success. Prior to this he held the Legal Adviser role to the game, since its inception in 1997.
One of the most respected sporting administrators in the country he was appointed to the restructured Australian Sports Commission in 2008 and is currently the Deputy Chairman. He is also a member of the ASC Commercialisation, Innovation and Technology Committee.
A winner of the Australian Sports Administrator of the Year Award (2006) and the NSW Sports Administrator of the Year (2002), Mr Gallop was also the Secretary of the Rugby League International Federation from 1998 to 2011.
A law graduate and a former first grade cricketer, David is known for a considered approach in dealing with complex issues and for his ability to combine the passion of sport with the realities of a competitive business world.
Glenys Beauchamp PSM, Ex-officio
Prior to this appointment she was a Deputy Secretary in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet overseeing the rollout of the infrastructure components of the Government’s Stimulus Plan.
Glenys has also served as Deputy Secretary in the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. In this role, she was awarded the Public Service Medal for coordinating Australian Government support for the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
In addition to an economics degree from the Australian National University, she has an MBA from the University of Canberra.
Alisa Camplin-Warner OAM
Alisa Camplin-Warner has worked globally with the IBM Corporation for 16 years, most recently holding the position of Strategy and Transformation Executive, Global Technology Services. She is currently a Director of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia, Director of the Collingwood Football Club and Chair of the Australian Sports Foundation. Ms Camplin-Warner is also a regular keynote speaker, sports commentator and co-founder of the charity Finnan’s Gift.
Ms Camplin-Warner represented Australia in freestyle aerial skiing at two consecutive Winter Olympic Games, winning gold in Salt Lake City in 2002 and bronze in Turin in 2006, and was Australia’s flag bearer at the Opening Ceremony. She was also the Australian Olympic Committee Chef de Mission for the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Ms Camplin-Warner was appointed to the ASC Board on 23 March 2007. She chaired the ASC Audit Committee from May 2008 through to May 2011 and remained a member of the Committee until March 2012. Ms Camplin-Warner was appointed as Director of the Board of the Australian Sports Foundation on 6 July 2007 and became Chair of the Australian Sports Foundation Board on 5 April 2010. She is also a member of the ASC Commercialisation, Innovation and Technology Committee.
Sally Carbon OAM
Sally Carbon, an Olympic and World Cup gold medallist, represented Australia in hockey at two Olympic Games and two World Cups. She trained at the WA Institute of Sport for 11 years and at the AIS for nine years. Ms Carbon also represented Western Australia in athletics.
Ms Carbon has managed a large WA-based communications agency in Perth, but is now the Managing Director of her own marketing and communications business, called Green Eleven. Ms Carbon has a Bachelor of Arts with Majors in Physical Education and Mathematics, is a qualified strategic marketer and qualified company director. She has published five books and two interactive whiteboard products for the school environment. Ms Carbon has had 22 years experience in the media, most of which has been in Western Australia and Victoria.
She has served on the Board of the Western Australian Sports Council and the Strategic Directions Board for the WA Education Department. Ms Carbon continues to be an active member of many Western Australian sport, health and education boards including St John Ambulance, WA’s High Performance Sport Committee, Vision for Committee for Perth, and Aquinas College. She is a current AICD ASX 200 Chairman’s Mentoring Program scholarship recipient.
On 7 May 2008, Ms Carbon was appointed to the ASC and Australian Sports Foundation Boards. She is also a member of the ASC Governance and Executive Performance Committee and is Chair of the Australian Sports Foundation Audit Committee.
Liz Ellis AM
Liz Ellis is a former captain of the Australian national netball team. A three-time world netball champion (1995, 1999 and 2007) and two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist (1998 and 2002), Ms Ellis is the most capped Australian netballer, and third most-capped netballer of all time, having represented Australia on 122 occasions. She is also the most successful leader in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy, having captained the Sydney Swifts to four league titles in 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2007. In 2007, after leading Australia to win the Netball World Championship in Auckland, Ms Ellis retired from netball.
Holding a Bachelor of Arts/Law from Macquarie University, Ms Ellis was a practicing solicitor in property and infrastructure for four years. In 2000, realising that law was not her passion, she started her own business, conducting netball coaching clinics at various locations around New South Wales. The Liz Ellis Netball Clinics are now the largest in Australia.
Ms Ellis is a Board member of the Sydney Olympic Park Authority and the NSW Institute of Sport. She has served on the Boards of the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre, the Australian Sports Drug Agency and NSW Major Events.
Ms Ellis is a respected sports commentator and host, and is a popular keynote speaker as well as a regular guest on radio and television programs.
Ms Ellis was appointed to the ASC Board on 7 May 2008 and is a member of the ASC Finance, Audit and Risk Committee.
Andrew Fraser served as Minister for Local Government, Planning and Sport in Queensland before being appointed as Treasurer of Queensland in 2007. When his career in Parliament ended in 2012, he was serving as Deputy Premier. When appointed as Sport Minister he was the youngest Minister in the State's history. He championed the introduction of the Young Athletes Assistance Program aimed at encouraging participation across Queensland's broad geography. As Treasurer he oversaw significant economic reforms, including leading the public float of QR National, the second largest IPO in Australian corporate history. Andrew holds First Class Honours degrees in Law and Commerce from Griffith University and is a University Medal recipient.
Mr Fraser is a member of the ASC Finance, Audit and Risk Committee.
Kyle Vander-Kuyp is the fastest sprint hurdler in Australian history. Early in his career, Mr Vander-Kuyp won a bronze medal at the World Junior Athletics Championships. He went on to be part of the 4 x 100-metre relay team that won a silver medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada, and he was a finalist in the 110-metre hurdles at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Mr Vander-Kuyp represented Australia at four Commonwealth Games, including the Melbourne 2006 Games, and four world championships. He is the current Australian record holder for the 110-metre and 60-metre hurdles and has been national champion on 12 occasions.
He has received many honours, particularly for his contributions to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sport. In 2003 he won the prestigious Charles Perkins Award.
Kyle spends a great deal of his time in ambassador and mentoring roles for both government and private enterprises.
Mr Vander-Kuyp was appointed to the ASC Board on 6 May 2008.
Margy Osmond is Chief Executive of the Australian National Retailers Association which is the voice of Australia’s largest retailers.
She chaired Sydney’s successful bid to host the 2009 World Masters Games on behalf of the NSW Government and was Chair of the Sydney Organising Committee for the event. Mrs Osmond sits on the Boards of the Bell Shakespeare Company, the Retail Employee’s Superannuation Trust and the Australian Sports Foundation.
Previously, Ms Osmond was Chief Executive of the State and Sydney Chambers of Commerce in NSW, on the Boards of the State Transit Authority and NSW Police Advisory Board, and a member of the NSW Major Events Board and Tourism NSW.
Ms Osmond was appointed to the Board on 6 November 2009. She is the Chair of the ASC Commercialisation, Innovation and Technology Committee and a Director of the Australian Sports Foundation Board.
Andrew Plympton continues to undertake a wide range of business and sport administration activities. He is Chairman of three ASX listed companies, a Director of one, and Director of a NZX company. In addition he is an Advisory Board Director in Australia of one of the world’s largest financial services companies.
Sport has been a lifelong passion for Mr Plympton, particularly sailing where he has been competing at the highest level for over 45 years. He has won a world championship and numerous national and state titles in international classes and ocean racing yachts.
Mr Plympton has held many positions in sport administration. He was Chairman/President for AFL club St Kilda for eight years, retiring in 2000, and was the club’s second longest serving President. Most recently he was the President of Yachting Australia, a position he held for over seven years.
In 2008 Mr Plympton was elected to the Australian Olympic Committee. He was made a Director of the Australian Olympic Foundation Limited and is a member of the Audit Committee.
Mr Plympton was appointed to the ASC Board in January 2011. Since May 2011 he has served as the Chair of the ASC Finance, Audit and Risk Committee and is a member of the ASC Governance and Executive Performance Committee.
Ken Ryan AM
Ken Ryan AM is the Regional General Manager Victoria & Southern Australia for Qantas Airways based in Melbourne.
He has worked for Qantas for the past 15 years in a variety of senior management positions. These positions include five years as Group General Manager, Marketing, during which time the iconic ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ children’s commercial was developed; Head of Corporate Development; Regional General Manager South East Asia, Qantas and British Airways; and Chief Executive, Jetstar Asia.
Mr Ryan holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Melbourne University and has recently been appointed as a Board member of the Victorian Major Events Corporation, Ambulance Victoria and the Australian Grand Prix Corporation.
Mr Ryan was made a Member of the Order of Australia on 11 June 2012 for services to children’s and youth charitable organisations, tourism and sport. His sporting background includes selection in numerous schoolboy cricket and baseball representative teams, as well as many years of first grade cricket and baseball.
Mr Ryan was appointed to the Board on 1 October 2011 and is a member of the ASC Commercialisation, Innovation and Technology Committee.
John Lee is currently the CEO of the Tourism and Transport Forum — Australia. Before this he held a variety of positions in the NSW Public Sector including Director General of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Department of Commerce, and Ministry for Transport. He was previously CEO of the NSW State Transit Authority and Managing Director of Westbus and National Bus Company.
His early career included teaching physical and health education in Western Sydney as well as being a high performance coach in the NRL and Secretary of the Metropolitan Catholic Schools Sports Association.
Mr Lee has served on a number of major event committees including the Events NSW Board and Rugby World Cup 2003, and was head of Marketing and Communications for Railcorp in the lead-up to, during and following the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
His previous Board appointments include the Advertising Standards Bureau, Parramatta Stadium Trust, and Mary MacKillop Foundation.
Mr Lee was appointed to the Board on 1 October 2011 and is a member of the ASC Governance and Executive Performance Committee.