Ms Lynn Richardson


Appointed to the Board: 22 May 2015; elected Chairman 23 November 2017.

Ms Lynn Richardson is an experienced non-executive director focusing on building shareholder value through positive corporate culture, innovation, and delivery against strategic goals. Ms Richardson has experience with ASX listed organisations, not for profit and government boards. Ms Richardson is a current director of Sustain: The Australian Food Network. Sustain is a “think and do” network, specialising in designing and building sustainable & healthy food systems. They work for the transition to a food system that supports flourishing communities, individuals, and ecosystems. Lynn is also the Elected Director, William Angliss Institute.

A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Ms Richardson holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, post graduate qualifications in professional accounting and in educational research from the University of Melbourne.

Ms Richardson brings a unique blend of expertise across a board range of industries and academic expertise in the entrepreneurial arena. A varied 20-year career is complemented by Ms Richardsons’ passion for continuous improvement, which defines her approach to business leadership.

Prior to her current position as EGL Chairman, Lynn was a member of the Baltec IES executive committee where her significant strategic leadership contributed to the company’s growth.

Mr Graeme Nayler

Independant Non-Executive Director

Mr Graeme Nayler is an accomplished Executive Manager and Board Director with a track record of driving significant growth and value. Graeme was recently appointed to the position of Regional Director for BMT Asia Pacific to support significant investment and planned growth in the region. Prior to BMT, Graeme has recently completed his roles at Silentium Defence a technology start-up and Babcock where he grew the business from $30M to over $500M annually over an 8-year period. Graeme held roles as both a Managing Director and Executive Director for Strategy and Future Business including a board member of the Australasian business. Graeme has significant experience across many industries, including defence, government, mining and construction, emergency services, oil and gas, airports, automotive, ports, and engineering consultancy.

Prior to Babcock, Mr Nayler was an Executive at Nova Systems and an Officer in the Australian Defence Force for over 15 years.

Mr Nayler brings 30 years of experience in a diverse range of industries and environments and has extensive strategy, business development, commercial, corporate affairs and program management experience. This is supported by his deep technical knowledge in engineering, operations, safety management and enterprise risk. Mr Nayler’s experience provides EGL with a solid foundation to support ongoing governance critical for a rapidly growing business.

Mr Nayler has a master’s in science from the University of Kingston in London and a Company Directors Diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mr Vincent D’Rozario

IndEpendant Non-Executive Director

Mr Vincent D’Rozario is currently the Regional Managing Director APAC for CHC Helicopters Australia and a Board Director/Secretary for CHC Helicopters and Australian parent company Lloyd Helicopters Australia. CHC is a privately owned company and serves the oil, gas and mining industries along with state and federal governments.

Prior to joining CHC, Mr D’Rozario was Vice President Projects at Jacobs Engineering; procuring and leading a diverse portfolio of projects in the oil and gas, mineral processing, pharmaceutical and infrastructure sectors across Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa and North America.

Mr D’Rozario has also held senior management roles with Aker Solutions and Global Process Systems where he was the general manager and managing director for their businesses in Singapore and Indonesia. His engineering career spanned over 26 years prior to diversifying into the aviation sector for the past 4 years.

A strong advocate for safety and with his foundations in highly competitive business sectors, Mr D’Rozario brings to EGL a diverse range of international experience in growing companies through strong commercial acumen, strategic and tactical planning.

Mr D’Rozario has an electrical engineering degree from the University of Victoria and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Mr Adrian Siah

non-executive director

Adrian has a strong financial management background specifically related to financial control, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and growth funding for businesses. He initially qualified as a chartered accountant in New Zealand and worked in that capacity with one of the larger firms for several years before moving into investment banking.

Adrian is a member of the CA ANZ with a degree in Accounting from the University of Waikato New Zealand and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Adrian brings additional management skills to the Board, as well as broad connections in the investment community and in South East Asia.

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