Many people have contributed & continue as great supporters of our work for sustainability. The executive includes…
Communications, Corporate Management & Design Education experience
Innovative Sustainability Exhibitions, Programs and more
Collectively we have made significant inroads to many fields of endeavour, particularly in design, sustainability and education for this. Current and recent major projects includes SRD PRO and supporting the understanding and uptake of Responsible design thinking, development and practice.
Our Exec. Committee
We have a great selection of people to deliver our innovations. Talents and broad experience as corporate business management, directors and principals, covers a complimentary range of fields including, Consulting, Communications, Universities/Education, Politics, Design, Social work and more. We are focused and committed to advancing sustainability outcomes in many areas.
Greg Campbell : SRD Convenor / CEO / Chairman
Encouraging the ‘Responsible Revolution’ with decades of experience in several design fields. Design Leader/manager for print communication/promotions with International companies. Five years of curation/management of graduate sustainability exhibitions to a National level. Lectured at Universities, served with two National design organisations, co-authored conference papers, earned sustainability and graphics awards, well travelled with good connections to many who encourage positive change. Founding Marketing/communications consultant for secondary school level, Plan for the Planet series. Director of DesignOz P/L growing global ecological best practice in multi-disciplinary design. Spoken at four International conferences and keynote speaker at another. Recent International conference paper and presentation on Responsible Design Thinking & Action. Developing a genuinely ‘Responsible Living Economy’ to which your input is invited. Participant in Design Council UK International Roundtable of Designers Nov 2022. Many links at Linktr.ee/srdchange
Cameron Little : Deputy Convenor 1
A versatile sustainability consultant and educator who provides policy, systems, program development, training and staff coaching for organisations. Over two decades of experience within the fields of environment, sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Cameron is a specialist consultant within the sustainable events sector and works with government, industry bodies, retail centres, businesses, ecotourism operations, property developers, Universities, Colleges, Schools, the Early Years Education sector. Cameron has coordinated postgraduate courses in Environmental Auditing and Permaculture Design for UNSW and delivers Sustainable Event Management training for several organisations, state governments and councils. Cameron is a technical adviser in Sustainable Events, ISO 20121 and enjoys providing his expertise to support the judging process for several industry annual national award programs. Cameron has served on the Boards of numerous not-for-profit sustainability-focused community organisations and is currently President of the Sustainable Event Alliance.
Jean Kropper : Deputy Convenor 2
A multi-talented graphic designer, paper engineer and communicator. Jean also has a few good books and courses to her credit in several creative spheres including Advertising concepts, Paper Making and Bookbinding. Jean runs the creative studio Paper & Pixel who focus on creating interesting presentation, communication and advertising projects for a wide range of commercial and charity based clients.
Cheryl Campbell : Public Officer / Secretary / past Deputy Convenor
Well experienced in client engagement, promotions, networking and client services. Cheryl initially worked in executive, administrative and public relations consultancy roles, then at both Federal and State parliamentary levels. Interest in client and corporate services management, broadened while working in the Australian University System managing a suite of specialty Post Graduate Diplomas, for a University Graduate School of Management designed for high profile Australian companies and organisations. Cheryl also worked as a part-time tertiary teacher and in more recent years, assisted the managing of the Graduate Sustainable Design Exhibition Series from 2007-2011. Cheryl has run her own successful business, working as a Counsellor and Coach assisting businessmen, businesswomen and young adults deal with the stresses and challenges of daily living. Many of Cheryl’s skills came together nicely as office manager for the Young Australians’ and Young Persons’ Plan for the Planet Program. Cheryl now pursues other innovative means of encouraging change for good. Co-author of International conference paper on Responsible Design & Thinking.
Janine Cahill : past Deputy Convenor / Treasurer
Janine is a CPA and serial innovator who has recently coordinated and designed her knowledge of learning, engagement and motivation into a platform that delivers learning content to smartphones called Teazl. Her career has featured a range of industries working in Strategy, Foresight and Transformation. Janine designed award-winning employee engagement strategies in large corporates and has been designing experiential learning and simulations. With a background in innovation and entrepreneurship, banking and finance, consulting, energy, higher education, consulting and not-for-profit organisations, Janine was part of the original Change Management team in Westpac. She built her career on designing strategies to engage people and organisations. https://rossdawson.com/list-of-the-worlds-top-female-futurists/#JanineCahill
Dr Rob Crocker : Executive Committee :
Senior Lecturer, Uni South, Australia. Has broad experience in teaching design, design management, avoiding waste and writing about consumerism. (More data coming)
Selena Griffith : Executive Committee : past Deputy Convenor
CEO Enactus, Australia. Has broad experience in industrial design, design management and business management, working in commercial and tertiary positions. Selena has held positions in UNSW Engineering Scientia Experience Director, at the Faculty of Engineering, a senior lecturer in several design disciplines and also at the Centre for Social Impact in the Business school. She designs and delivers courses and programs to instil capabilities towards innovatively solving complex real-world problems, so students develop a portfolio of experience by graduation. Selena is active in many roles including being a mother of 2, a community leader and advocate, artist, designer and an avid edible foods gardener. Selena has been a valued part of SRD for many years, is a Co-founder of Social Innovation Sydney and Chair Of The Board Of Directors at African STEM Education Initiative.
Sean Aley : Executive Committee :
Broad experience in communications design, design management and business management, working in several commercial positions in Australia and internationally. Treasurer / Committee Member of Australian Graphic Design Association NSW for many years. Supporter of numerous environmental groups and initiatives. (More data coming)
Dr Bill Sotiropolous : Executive Committee :
Broad experience in dental practice management and business management, working in several commercial positions in Australia. Supporter of numerous environmental initiatives. (More data coming)
Marie Rowe : Executive Committee :
Broad experience in business finances and business management, working in several commercial positions in Australia. Supporter of numerous environmental initiatives. (More data coming)
Rebecca Fussell : past Executive Committee & Social media planner
A committed and capable promotions coordinator / online communicator and interior design graduate. Rebecca brings broad international experience from superyachts to yacht broking and charters. Design experience matched with several sports and courses in her creative sphere including Surfing, Travel, Cooking and Interiors.
Ian Chambers : past Deputy Convenor
Ian has over 25 years experience in corporate business management working in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Co-Author of the book, ‘Plan for the Planet – A business plan for a sustainable world’ (Chambers & Humble, Gower, 2012) on which the program Young Australians’ and now Young Persons’ Plan for the Planet is based. This program is enjoying International success and growth in over 4 countries. Ian, is completing a PhD in global sustainability at ANU, and has an MBA (AGSM) and undergraduate degree in social work.