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Nigel Milan, am Appointed August 2011

Jaime Phillips Appointed August 2011

Peter Phillips Appointed August 2011

Most of Nigel’s career has been in television and broadcasting, in both the public and private sectors, in Australia and New Zealand. He has also held numerous non-executive directorships in not for profit organisations. He was a member of the board of the Fred Hollows Foundation from 1997 – 2007 and was Chair from 2002.

Jaime Phillips’ career has taken her to regional and remote communities across Western Australia. Working in the private sector, Jaime develops community strategies for large resource and infrastructure projects. As a director of Palea Project Associates, Jaime moves between corporate offices, construction sites, mines and remote towns. She is inspired by projects that create jobs, address disadvantage and capture the imagination of local and Indigenous people in the regions.

Peter grew up in Frankston and now lives with his wife and two young sons, Will and Tom, in Melbourne. Following university, Peter worked in Canberra as an economist with the Commonwealth Treasury, and has maintained an interest in economics and regulatory policy since then. Peter is the director of a small regulatory and governance consultancy, specialising in environmental and regulatory frameworks.

He was National Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) from October 2006 until October 2010. He is currently CEO of the Livestock Health and Pest Authority based in Orange NSW. He was Managing Director of the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) from 1998 until 2006. Under his tenure, SBS’s television and radio audiences grew significantly as did the quantity and quality of Australian (including indigenous) produced programs on the network. In Australia, he had a successful commercial radio career in CEO and leadership roles in the Macquarie, Bond Radio and ARN networks. He was Chief Executive Officer of Radio New Zealand from 1991-1995.

Jaime has an honours degree in History and English from the University of Western Australia and is involved in Perth’s creative sector. She volunteers on urban design and art groups and is fascinated by plans to revitalise the cityscape of Perth.

Peter has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons), Master of Applied Finance and Master of Regulatory Studies, and is currently working on a regulatory history of Victoria for his PhD. He has a keen interest in Australian history and is in receipt of a research grant to write a history of Australia in the First World War.

Jaime has served on the National Advisory Council of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Advisory Committee of the Western Australian Maritime Museum.

Peter is involved in a number of small community groups, including his sons’ cub group, football team, and various church committees. Peter also serves as a Bails Justice and Justice of the Peace.

Nigel and his wife Judi own a small cattle farm in the Southern Highlands of NSW. His daughter Lucy is a teaching musician and singer, she lives in London.

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Advertising Standards Bureau - Review of Operations 2011  

The Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) administers Australia's national system of self‐regulation in relation to both public and competitor...

Advertising Standards Bureau - Review of Operations 2011  

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