Advisory Board

Anne Marie Troutman

Advisory Board Member

Anne Marie Troutman commenced her career as a social worker in both counselling and community development roles before moving to executive roles in human resources and employee relations. She has led an interdepartmental women’s policy unit in government and later moved to management consultancy in large global professional services firms in Australia, the UK and Europe. Consulting to both the private and the public sector, she specialised in organisational transformation and change, leadership development, organisational strategy, strategy implementation, organisational development, performance and process improvement, executive coaching and human resource management.
She frequently facilitates strategic and operational planning events and stakeholder negotiations and coaches senior executives. She has sat on two National Committees (Women’s Advisors to Government and the inaugural Committee for Violence against Women) early in her career.
Anne Marie has led projects in public sector reform in the UK, Indonesia, the Commonwealth Public Service and the Queensland Government.
She has volunteered for some time on a medical ship providing health and community services to remote parts of Papua New Guinea.

Brett Saville

Advisory Board Member

Brett Savill is the CEO of Quantify Technology, an ASX-listed smart home automation business. Prior to that, he has held a number of roles – CEO of Free TV Australia, CFO and Corporate Development Director of BAI Communications – as well as being a PwC partner in the UK and Netherlands. Brett lives in Sydney with his wife and children. He is a lover of the arts and a poor golfer.

Caroline Ferris

Advisory Board Member

Caroline Ferris is an experienced executive with nearly 20 years in Banking at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. She has had diverse roles across the CBA Group; working in areas such as transformation projects, divestment projects, development and launch of new products and services, customer experience initiatives, marketing and payments development. In addition to her work Caroline devotes time and energy to mentoring the leaders of tomorrow. She has recently joined a team that will play a major role in the CBA’s simplification strategy by leading the separation of divested businesses. Caroline started her career in Health Sciences, gaining a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at the University of Sydney. She worked across a wide range of clinical settings including the United Kingdom before making the transition to Banking.
Outside of work Caroline has 3 school age children and shows her commitment to volunteering by being highly involved in their schools and sporting organisations. She has a passion for keeping fit and has recently taken up regular kayaking. She has recently joined the Board of WASH House, a not for profit servicing disadvantaged women in the Local Government Area of Bankstown.
Caroline also loves learning and in addition to her Science Degree she has an MBA from University of Technology Sydney and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Diana Nadebaum

Advisory Board Member

Diana is Chief People Officer, Opteon since 2018 where she leads the people, culture, change and communication strategy. She is a commercial and strategic HR leader with international experience across a range of global roles and industries, including property, technology, banking and finance, retail and automotive.
Previously, Diana held Head of HR positions within Telstra Consumer and Telstra Business, and was also General Manager Talent & Acquisition for the national telecommunications leader. Other roles have included Group Talent Manager for Salmat and Senior HR positions for Lloyds Banking Group in the UK.
Diana completed a Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Arts at The University of Melbourne, where she majored in Human Resource Management and Psychology. She holds nearly two decades of generalist HR, change, transformation, leadership and talent management experience.

Graema Kerridge

Advisory Board Member

Graeme Kerridge is an international health development management consultant who has worked in over 25 countries throughout Africa, Asia and the Pacific and in the countries of the former Soviet Union.  He has been a consultant, team leader and technical manager on assignments funded by USAID, AusAID (DFAT), GIZ and other donors. He has particularly focused on supporting grants from the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM).

He comes to international poverty reduction from an economics perspective, having Bachelor qualifications in Economics and Health Administration, and Master degrees in Business Administration, Economic Development and Health Economics. In addition to his technical support work, Graeme has held adjunct appointments and provided lectures to post-graduate programs at several universities around Australia.

Jen Robinson

Advisory Board Member

Jen Robinson joined the Results Advisory Board in 2020 with the goal to actively contribute to the outcomes-focused work the organisation is known for. She has a Bachelor degree in communications and a Masters in international relations.

Jen is a senior leader in strategic stakeholder engagement, with a 20+ year career across not for profit organisations, global corporate companies and international development. Jen is passionate about diversity, capacity building and community-empowerment initiatives that deliver sustained change.

Nicola Atmore

Advisory Board Member

With a background in the human services and local government sectors, Nicola Atmore’s focus for some time has been on outcomes, in particular harnessing the power of volunteers to deliver social impact. She is driven by the big picture and enjoys developing strategy and translating it into action. Nicola’s wish to be involved with Results stems from a belief that the provision of key services can change lives and outcomes for communities.

Ryan Turbill

Advisory Board Member

Ryan Turbill is CEO & Executive Director of Clique Logistics, a National Logistics Management company that he started in 2013. Clique has built to turnover of $13 million this financial year and winning a number of accolades including South Australia’s Fast Movers Winner 2017; AFR Fast Starters list 2016, 2017 and AFR Fast 100 list 2018

Ryan is a member of the CEO Institute, Friend of Rotary and I Track Mentor with the Smith Family.

His personal mission is to positively impact his family, friends, colleagues and broader community. First and foremost as a family man to partner Tamara, and children Mia 8 and Noah 5. He is also a passionate Hawthorn Member, enjoys Horse Racing, enjoying good food and wine with friends.

Terina Stibbard

Advisory Board Member

Terina Stibbard is the Director, Local Area Coordination at St Vincent de Paul Society NSW, where she has operational and strategic leadership of the program for the Society. Her strong ties with the NDIA and disability providers build on her previous role in the society delivering a portfolio of services in the accessibility and inclusion space.

Prior to this, Terina spent  16 years working in international development at community and project levels. This has included working across Southern Africa at the local level on programs to minimise impact of HIV and AIDS though education, advocacy and empowerment in poor and marginalised communities; and In PNG and Timor Leste planning and delivering and projects spanning the areas of health, education, water and sanitation, food security and nutrition and HIV and AIDS.

Terina has a Masters in International and Community Development as well as a Masters of Profession Education and Workplace Training and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Tony Kesby

Advisory Board Member

Tony has extensive experience in the I.T and financial services industries including 20 years in Executive I.T Management roles at FAI Life, TOWER Australia, MBF and most recently Veda/Equifax.

Tony’s most recent role as Chief Information Officer involved a turnaround of the delisted Veda business under Private Equity ownership to ultimately deliver both a successful ASX listing, and finally acquisition by Equifax Inc.

In these roles, Tony has gained significant experience in the due diligence, acquisition, integration, and ASX listing processes including the merger of FAI Life with Tower Australia and subsequent listing, MBF readiness for listing prior to acquisition and integration with Bupa, Veda’s acquisition of 12 companies over an 8 year period, ASX listing, and ultimate acquisition by Equifax Inc.

Tony has lived and worked in the UK and USA but has always called Sydney home. Tony has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science (UTS), a Masters in Business Administration (MGSM), and recently graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Now operating as a (sporadic) independent consultant, Tony’s interests include travel, golf, wine, and giving back to the community.

Yanni Kyriacos

Advisory Board Member

Yanni has broad experience in media and marketing, with 10 years in the industry spanning work in media, social platforms, content, creative and customer experience agencies.

He is a thorough and evidence-based brand and communications strategist, focussed on creating distinctive, desired and differentiated brands.

He has consulted to small and large businesses in a variety of industries, including tourism, entertainment, automotive, technology, finance, FMCG and telecommunications.

He has worked with a number of charities as a consultant, advisor and management committee member. These include charities that address problem areas such as poverty, domestic violence, crime and disadvantaged youth.

He is passionate about helping organisations set and achieve long-term goals.