The North Queensland Airports Board of Directors is comprised of:

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Ross Rolfe, Executive Chair

Ross Rolfe has extensive experience in senior positions in both the public and private sectors, having served as Director General of five Queensland departments, from the mid-1990s until 2007, including Premier Department, Coordinator General, Department of State Development and Department of Trade. He has also been the CEO of two energy companies and has held a number of roles as Chairman and Non-Executive Director on Boards of publicly listed companies and Government owned Corporations in the infrastructure and energy sectors

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Clinton Dines

Originally from Queensland, Clinton Dines studied here and in France and has lived and worked continuously in the Greater China Region for almost 36 years. A fluent Mandarin speaker, Clinton has extensive frontline operational and commercial management positions in China and was BHP Billiton’s senior country executive in China for 21 years. He was a prime mover in the establishment of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in China in 1993 and its chair for many years and was the Attaché to the Australian Olympic Team for the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008. Clinton is currently a Non-Executive Director of Kazakhmys plc and Zanaga Iron Ore Company in London, and the Aurecon Group and a member of the Griffith University Council.

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Bob Lette

Bob Lette has longstanding involvement in the financial services and superannuation sectors. He is Chairman of the Building Unions Superannuation Scheme (Queensland) and a Board member since 1985. Bob is a Fellow of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He sits on a number of company Boards including Queensland Airports Limited and publicly listed construction and development company Watpac Limited.  Bob is Chairman of The Private Capital Group Pty Ltd which is the Trustee of The Infrastructure Fund, one of Australia’s top performing unlisted infrastructure funds. Bob is a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia, and until 30 June 2008 was a Partner and now consults to Brisbane law firm, Mullins Lawyers.

Tiffany Lewis

Tiffany Lewis

Tiffany Lewis is an Investment Principal within the Infrastructure Investments Group at JP Morgan Asset Management. Tiffany joined J.P. Morgan in the Securitized Products banking team specializing in transportation and government-backed assets. In her current role Tiffany has been involved in the initial investment and ongoing management of infrastructure assets across the OECD countries in the utilities, power generation and transportation sectors. Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Colin Storrie

Colin Storrie has extensive financial and aviation experience, which includes Group Treasurer, Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Chief Financial Officer roles within Qantas Airways Ltd and AMP Ltd. He has also held a number of director roles in both listed and non-listed companies including Qantas Airways Ltd, Jetset Travel Ltd, Qantas superannuation, AMP Bank and AMP Financial Services. Prior to his roles at Qantas and AMP, Colin worked in investment banking and for the government of New South Wales.  Colin is an independent non-executive Director of AIG Australia Ltd and is Chair of both its Board Audit and Risk Committees. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wollongong, a graduate diploma in management from AGSM University of New South Wales, is a fellow of the Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants (FCPA) and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).

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Paul Ryan

Based in New York, Paul Ryan is CEO and Portfolio Manager of JPMorgan Asset Management's OECD Infrastructure Equity Fund. In addition to North Queensland Airports, he sits on the Boards of Electricity North West (UK), Southern Water (UK), and Noatum Ports (Spain). Originally from Sydney, Paul has spent almost 20 years in the United States and has an MBA from Yale and a Bachelor of Economics from Macquarie University.