Catherine Ford (GAICD) was appointed as Chairperson of the Board of Transmax in September 2011. She is also Senior Director – ICT Strategy and Innovation at Queensland Health, Chair at the Smart Transport Research Centre, and Managing Director of Avaelis. Her previous positions include General Manager – Information, Productivity and Technology at Data#3, Chief Operating Officer of McCormick Rankin Cagney (a specialist engineering firm), and Regional Director for SMS Management and Technology. Catherine is a management and ICT professional who works with organisations to transform their business by developing strategies to make better use of people, information, systems and technology. Catherine has a Bachelor of Science with first-class honours from the University of Queensland and a Graduate Diploma in Computing Science from Queensland University of Technology.
Mark Williamson (MAICD) commenced in the role of Managing Director of Transmax in July 2015, and between September 2011 and July 2015, was a non-executive Director. Mark brings to Transmax more than 25 years of experience as a member of several boards across a range of industries. During his career, Mark has held senior roles in sales, marketing and general management across sectors including energy, airlines, and telecommunications. His previous roles include: National Enterprise and Government Sales Director, Vodafone; Director of Sales, Northern Region, Optus; General Manager Corporate Sales, Ansett Australia; State Manager Queensland, Ansett Australia; Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Mincom; and National Sales Director, Wang Australia.
Stephen Golding AM
Stephen Golding AM (FAICD) has been a non-executive Director at Transmax since September 2011 and previously had a long career with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland. He joined the Department as a scholarship holder in 1963 and remained with the organisation until he retired in 2005. He held the position of Director-General of the Department from 2000 until his retirement. Stephen is active in four professional associations including being an Honorary Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia. In addition to his role with Transmax, he is Director and Chair of Transport Certification Australia Ltd, Director of North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation, board member of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority, and Chair of the Diocesan Services Commission of the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane. In a parallel career, Stephen enlisted as a private soldier in the Australian Army Reserve in 1963 and continued service until 1998 when he became inactive with the rank of major general, and having been the senior Army Reserve officer in the Australian Army. In 1998, he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia.
Allan Krosch (MAICD) was appointed as a non-executive Director of Transmax in September 2011. He worked at the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Queensland, for 42 years before leaving in July 2010, and has worked in the fields of construction, design, transport planning, and traffic operations and management. Allan is currently the Managing Director of Allan Krosch Consulting Pty Ltd. Allan has master degrees in Civil Engineering and Business Administration, together with bachelor degrees in Engineering and Economics. He is a Fellow of Engineers Australia.