Rebecca Woods General Manager, CIT Solutions
As the General Manager of CIT Solutions, Rebecca leads the 300+ strong workforce to achieve creative and critical outcomes in workforce skill development and individual learning experiences across Australia and offshore. Her work ensures CIT Solutions operates effectively in the ACT and Australian education ecosystem whilst delivering commercial results. Rebecca’s deep commitment to lifelong learning is evident by the vocational, industry and academic qualifications she holds as well as her contribution to the vocational education sector.
Leanne Cover CEO, CIT
Leanne Cover is the Chief Executive Officer of the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT), the largest government provider of vocational education and training institution in Canberra, the Australian capital, with more than 22,000 enrolments annually. CIT provides programs and services in a wide range of industry disciplines at Australian Qualifications Framework levels 1 – 7. Leanne has undertaken this role since February 2015. She is well known for her leadership in shaping vocational education and training policy to address skills development for entry level and existing workers and ensuring education and training responds to the demands and requirements of industry and the community.
Craig Sloan Board Member
Craig is a Chartered Accountant and has been with KPMG since 1987. He is currently a senior Partner within the Management Consulting division of the firm, responsible for the provision of financial management, costing and government advisory services. He is a member of the firm's national Management Consulting Executive Board and the CFO for the National Management Consulting practice. He has extensive experience which has included the provision of accounting, taxation, business viability, feasibility and due diligence advice as well as costing, modeling, capability development, procurement and program advisory services to a wide range of entities, specialising in the provision of services to both Federal and State/Territory government agencies.
Michelle Melbourne Board Member
Michelle is a talented business professional with an entrepreneurial spirit and a leadership skill for bringing people together to achieve the 'aspirational state'. With over 27 years of international business experience, she has a passion for people, technology and change. As Co-Founder and Executive Director at Intelledox Pty Ltd - a Canberra-based global software vendor that enables the digitalization of complex business processes - Michelle has worked on innovative technology transformation projects in countries all around the world including the US, UK, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, UAE, South Africa and Canada.
James Willson Board Member
James founded CRE8IVE back in 2001 and today enjoys his position as Managing Director. Starting the business in the arena of web and graphic design the business quickly evolved into a market leader in the field of branding, campaign creation and rollout as well as web development. Today the business employs about 25 people and has active clients in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Tasmania. Over the years James has worked on numerous campaigns on a national and a local level and is across all disciplines of the business. James sits on numerous boards including The Canberra Hospital Foundation, the CGS Foundation, CIT Solutions and RDA ACT. A known contributor to Canberra, James acknowledges that the city is a great platform to create oneself and at the same time contribute to the fabric of the city.
Matt Hughes Board Member
Matt is the Executive GM for, an award winning, B Corp Certified, Australian company delivering services around the world. He contributes to the company's’ success by promoting corporate sustainability, providing leadership to multidisciplinary teams, managing multiple P&Ls (including subsidiary companies) and by managing and overseeing the company’s operational arms. Matt is actively involved in providing guidance across governance, risk and strategy and see these aspects as important components of an Executives role.
In addition, Matt is the CEO for an RTO and is an experienced company directors maintaining a number of additional Board appointments providing guidance to an eclectic group of organisations that, deliver Commonwealth funded programs supporting health delivery across primary care, rural and remote Australia, manufacture deployable and modular facilities and provide comprehensive services across Papua New Guinea respectively.