Marc has more than 20 years’ experience in the management and leadership of complex business change, across a broad range of industries including resources, engineering, technology, health, professional services, government and education. He is currently Head of Project Delivery at Western Power.
Professor Fiona Wood
Professor Fiona Wood, FRACS AM, is a Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon specialising in the field of burn care, trauma and scar reconstruction. She is the Director of the Burns Service of WA and Winthrop Professor, Burn Injury Research Unit, School of Surgery, UWA. As Chairperson of the McComb Foundation, her research is focused on treatment of burns victims and scarless healing.
Fiona is mother of 6 children involved in a wide range of sports including Trampoline and is enthusiastic about building this sport at all levels. She is a member of a number of boards and is currently the Technical Director for Trampoline in Western Australia. Fiona received the honour of being named Australian of the Year in 2005.
Kimberly is a Petroleum Engineer with 20+ years experience in the international Oil and Gas Industry. Over the course of her career she has worked on major oil and gas field developments in West Africa, the Middle East, Alaska and Australia. Kimberly is currently a Development Manager with Woodside Energy and is supporting international expansion of the oil and gas portfolio through exploration and acquisition activities. She is a strong supporter of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and in the local community. Kimberly is married with two children, one of whom is a keen amateur trampolinist.
Jack is a tech entrepreneur with a background in software development and electronic engineering. Husband and father to 4 active kids, including Jasmine, to whom Peak Trampoline is a second home.
Brad is a qualified Surveyor and Business Manager having spent the past 30 years working in the Civil Construction, Mining and Oil & Gas industries. He has worked on some of Australia’s most iconic projects during that time including Gorgon, Melbourne’s City Link Tunnel, Kutabu in Papua New Guinea, Sydney’s M7 ring road, Melbourne Airport and now works for SITECH WA as their Business Development Manager. He has also managed one of Australia’s largest and oldest Survey/Aerial Photography companies, two Divisions of a Mining Services Company and the Land Survey Division of Fugro Asia Pacific as well as his own Management Consultancy. Brad has an MBA from one of Sydney’s Business Schools, MGSM, and is currently studying a Graduate Diploma in Commercial and Resource Law at UWA, he also finds time to occasionally play golf and holds a Scratch Handicap, mostly derived from a misspent youth. Brad has a beautiful, funny and lively Daughter who is a member of Peak, who adores Nikki and looks forward to Bouncing every Saturday morning.
Peter is a senior Australian-qualified lawyer with over 20 years of project, transactional and governance experience acquired in the oil and gas business in Australia, China, Europe and the Middle East. Peter is currently the Head of Legal for Shell Australia, and a director of the Shell Australia group of companies. He is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Peter is married with 4 children, 3 of whom are keen trampolinists.