Board of Directors
Julie is an urban planner with over 25 years of experience working in diverse roles around the country. She is currently a Director at Urbis and has very wide experience across various levels of government, the not for profit sector as well as in the private sector.
She started her career in town planning and has undertaken large scale master planning for communities across South East Queensland. Julie has also undertaken roles involved in the reform of the planning system through her work with the Queensland State Government, advocacy work across the education sector through the Queensland Schools Planning Commission and as manager of large scale development assessment teams in local government.
Julie was recently appointed by the Minister as the Chair for the Housing Supply Expert Panel and is Chair of the Queensland Chapter of Learning Environments Australasia. She joined Bric as Chair in 2020.
David is the Chief Information Officer for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission. David has performed executive and information technology focused roles in a number of organisations.
David has significant expertise in business planning, portfolio management and effecting digital transformation. He has experience with information management, business change and technology across industries including construction, healthcare, utilities, mining, defence and justice.
David holds tertiary qualifications in Information Technology and Business Administration. He has completed the Company Directors Course Diploma and has been active in information technology governance and advocacy bodies.
Gillian, through a series of longstanding board appointments has a proven track record of delivering excellence in strategic thinking, financial management and legal knowledge with commercial acumen. With 20 over years’ of non-executive director experience within the private, government and NFP sectors across financial services, regulated infrastructure (airports, ports and rail) and utilities.
As a Partner at law firm MinterEllison for over 20 years, including three years as the first female Chair of the firm, Gillian’s experience includes advising across the entire lifecycle of financings, projects and transactions.
Gillian has been independently recognised with numerous accolades including Queensland Lawyer of the Year (Joint Recipient) in 2012 by the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland. Best Lawyers Australia also lists Gillian for Banking and Finance Law, Project Finance and Development Practice and Structured Finance Law (published in the Australian Financial Review).
Gillian is a director of QIC Limited, Australian Rail Track Corporation Limited and the Queensland Community Foundation and formerly a director of the Queensland Treasury Corporation and DBCT Holdings Pty Ltd.
Tim is a Chartered Accountant with more than 25 years’ experience as a financial professional, spanning industries including Government, manufacturing and financial services. Tim’s most recent role was Chief Financial Officer for Sunwater and prior to that Tim spent a year at the Queensland Building and Construction Commission as CFO and five years as an Executive Director and CFO for The Public Trustee of Queensland.
Allison brings over 15 years of experience in the both for profit and not for profit sectors. She has extensive experience at budgeting and forecasting as well as having worked in tax and advisory positions (preparation and lodgement of financial accounts and taxation returns). Allison has also been responsible for instigating business efficiencies through the implementation of proper accounting policies and procedures across finance departments and organisations.
Allison is currently a Financial Accountant for a not for profit organisation. In this role she is responsible for the preparation of financial accounts, ensuring that all statutory reporting obligations are adhered to. Allison has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia for almost 10 years.
Hiro brings over 25 years of experience in property market analysis and strategic asset management in the private, government and not-for-profit sectors. He has extensive experience in social housing management including eight years as Executive Director responsible for the management of the state owned 60,000 social housing dwellings in the Department of Housing and Public Works and acting Deputy Director-General in the Department of Communities managing social housing as well as disability services, child safety and other social service based properties.
Hiro’s career experience includes being property market research manager, lecturer in a Masters Degree course in property economics and manager in international class hotels.
Hiro is currently Group Manager, Property in a not-for-profit organisation, and is responsible for the strategic and operational management of the organisation’s property portfolio.
Craig Brennan is the former CEO of Pacific Link – a Tier 1 Community Housing Provider that delivers affordable housing and support services in Northern Sydney, Hunter and Central Coast Regions.
He has an impressive track record as a results-focussed and energetic executive leader as well as substantial involvement within the affordable housing sector. Craig has a commercially focussed skill set and strong leadership skills that complement each other to produce successful outcomes.
Craig’s previous experience also includes senior roles within Defence Housing Australia, the Chief Minister’s Department in the ACT Government, and CEO of Community Housing Canberra.
Craig holds an MBA from the Australian National University and a degree in Communications from the University of Canberra.
Eoin is an internationally experienced executive with a strong finance and commercial background and extensive experience working in the private, public and not for profit sectors in Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America and here in Australia.
He joined Bric Housing as the CFO and General Manager Corporate Services during October 2017, later progressing to the Acting Chief Executive Officer during March 2019.
His most recent role prior to joining Bric was a senior executive role of 9 years within the FMCG industry.
Eoin is a team player and strongly believes in collaboration for the best outcome and enjoys working in an environment where not one person has the right answer all the time.
He has strong leadership and people management skills with a proven ability to recruit, lead, train and develop successful teams to meet and exceed strategic and operational objectives.
Eoin is a strategic thinker with an equally well-developed ability to cultivate and implement commercial and innovative solutions that deliver results.
Jane is an experienced housing professional with policy, regulatory and project experience from management roles within government and housing providers in Queensland and UK.
Clare has over 17 years’ experience working in the housing sector in Australia, New Zealand and the UK in organisations varying from small and large NFPs, a peak-body representative training organisation and Government.
Clare’s experience includes executive management, operational management and business improvement. Clare is a level 3 certified housing professional (Australasian Housing Institute) and holds a professional membership with the Chartered Institute of Housing (UK).