CTC Australasia Council

The Corporate Travel Community is governed by an advisory council, a regional body consisting of senior corporate travel executives from leading local organisations and multinational blue-chip corporations with physical presence in Asia or Australasia.

Council Members are hand-picked, based on their unique combination of background and expertise. The Council is instrumental in defining and shaping CTC’s direction and membership growth.

Their in-depth industry knowledge makes them an integral part of the Corporate Travel Community. They provide local market insights, identify pain-points, liaise with industry experts, facilitate solutions and recommend future developments.

An experienced relationship builder and a leader with a record of outstanding results in developing high performing teams, delivering savings and meeting the strategic objectives of customers. Experienced procurement leader whose industry experience covers financial services, consulting, FMCG and consumer electronics. managing both strategic and operational procurement in the UK, ANZ and Asia.
After graduating from University of Tasmania, Andrew commenced his career in Chartered Accounting as an auditor and also worked as systems accountant in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland before returning to live in Sydney in 1999.
Demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry complemented by experience and practical research in the small business sector. Skilled in Analytical Skills, Lecturing, Organizational Leadership, Management, and Contractor Management. Internationally recognised small business and independent contracting services professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) focused in Management from Monash University. Dr McKeown is currently President of The Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand (SEAANZ) which is a not-for-profit organisation committed to the advancement, development and understanding of small enterprise within Australia and New Zealand. Founded in Sydney in 1987, SEAANZ is dedicated to research, policy development and the dissemination of ideas relating to entrepreneurship and small business management for the small to medium enterprise (SME) sector within the Australasian region.
As a Procurement Leader, Jen has held Procurement, Supply Chain & Category Expert Leadership roles across various industries including publishing, agriculture, retail & travel for almost 20 years in addition to holding roles on Industry Boards. With expertise in Travel, particularly with TMC’s and Global airlines, she has valuable knowledge of both the Buyer & Seller roles within the travel industry. Jen has been supporting CAPA in an advisory capacity for the last 4 years and has a passion for assisting businesses to achieve their goals.
Jody is the Procurement and Travel Specialist for AECOM. Managing the travel program for both Australia and New Zealand, forming part of the AECOM Global Travel Team.
I have been in the Australian Government for over 15 years. I ran Department of Finance’s travel program for several years before moving into the Whole of Australian Government (WoAG) Travel Team in 2015 where I now manage the Australian Government’s Travel Arrangements.
Nick is a season procurement professional with strong exposure across end-to-end procurement. Specialize in helping companies in managing indirect procurement spent, achieving good savings, collaboration, value creation, and sustainable solutions across various industries from Logistic, FMCG, Oil & Gas, Facilities Management and Corporate Real Estate, Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences, Maritime Classification, and Healthcare provider.
Pru Popple is the Lead Procurement Advisor with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, the agency responsible for strategy, policy, funding, monitoring and regulation of New Zealand’s housing and urban development system. Pru heads up the procurement team that looks after the Corporate and ICT portfolio including Travel. Pru is part of the Finance, Investment and Infrastructure business within HUD, working in close collaboration with business partners to develop and implement sourcing strategies that help realise both social and public value for the organisation.
Rahul Marwah joined Audi Australia in May 2016 and manages different procurement categories across the brands including Audi, VW, Skoda, Lamborghini and Bentley. He has 12+ years’ diverse management experience across 6 industries [Automotive, FMCG, Oil and Gas, IT, Banking and Management Consulting] in 5 countries [Australia, USA, India, Qatar, and Indonesia] with different brands like Kimberley Clark, Kellogg’s, Halliburton, PwC and Infosys.
Siobhán is the Global Strategic Partnership Lead for Accenture’s Travel, Events and Mobility Organisation (including air, hotel, car, GDS, OBT and Travel Agency etc) and has previously been the Global Travel Operations & Technology Lead. Siobhán is responsible for Accenture’s Travel Program including more than 991 thousand airline tickets, 2 million hotel nights, and over $1 billion in travel spend. Siobhán has over 23 years’ experience in the travel industry and is supported by an internal Accenture team of GDS, Agency, Airline and Travel Technology experts. Siobhan is also the Trave Category Lead with experience in strategic sourcing and consolidation of Travel Programs.
With over 16 years’ experience in the Travel Industry, Stephanie is an experienced Global Category Manager. She has successfully implemented new programs through change and management. This has ensured benefits to all stakeholders that are aligned with company values and strategic direction. Her areas of experience include strong supplier relationships, project management, implementation, expense management integration, refining reporting capabilities, sourcing and contract viability. Stephanie is a firm believer in the power of role based leadership and encouraging the opportunity for capability growth, her key areas of interest are centred in continuous improvement, resilience and successful delivery.

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