Our Board


An advisory Board of Indigenous and non-Indigenous members, all leaders in their fields of speciality, oversee the strategic business operations of Bama Services.

David Stewart

David Stewart B.Sc., B.E, FIFEAust, FTSE, MAICD

Chairman

David is a civil engineer with 35 years’ experience managing operations in the construction and mining industry, throughout Australia and Internationally. He was previously Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Leighton Holdings Limited, the parent company of one of Australia’s major project development and contracting organisations. David provides invaluable advice, guidance and contact to Bama Services; and his experience and expertise are second to none.


Richie Ah Mat

Richie Ah Mat

Director

Richard (Richie) Ah mat was born on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait. His mother is a Wuthathi woman and his father was a Yupungathi man. Richie worked for Comalco (now Rio Tinto Alcan) for 27 years and was the Aboriginal man to hold the position of President of a Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union Lodge. Richie is the Chairman of the Cape York Land Council, a non-executive director of Cape York Partnership and a member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council.


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Duncan Murray

Director

Duncan is the CEO of Cape York Partnership and former investment banker and lawyer, but for the majority of his career has been a CEO and COO lead operator in the public and private sectors, as well as the private equity and not-for-profit Industry. He has occupied senior executive roles for more than a decade.

 


Dion Creek

Dion Creek

Director

Dion Creek has been an influential leader on Cape York for the past 10 years. He is currently the Operational Director of Kalan Enterprises, serves on the Board of the Cape York Land Council and Kalan Enterprises Aboriginal Corporation, is the Chair of Toolka Land Trust and a Director on the KULLA Land Trust. Dion also serves on the Cape York Turtle and Dugong Taskforce.