Coralie Morrissey is President - Asia Pacific for LCI Education network and oversees four campuses: LCI Melbourne and Languages Across Borders Melbourne in Australia, and La Salle College in Jakarta and Surabaya, in Indonesia. Coralie has a reputation for innovation, building programs that lead to incredible employment outcomes for students, and for her ability to foster commercial and industry. She was Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business and Hospitality at THINK Education Group (a division of Laureate International Universities) in Sydney, Executive Director of the Centre for Engineering, Technology & Trades at Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria, and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Technical and Trades Innovation at Victoria University.
Prior to her relocation to Victoria she was General Manager of Training at Swan TAFE (now Polytechnic West) in Western Australia, where she was instrumental in developing partnerships with industry and community through a range of projects that have gained national and international recognition. Coralie is a Board Member and passionate advocate of WorldSkills, for whom she has been actively involved in promoting and supporting teams from Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria, in Australia and abroad.
Professor Warren Bebbington has had a long career in the arts, including periods as Director of the Victorian College of the Arts and as Chair of Music Committees at the Australia Council for the Arts. Professor Bebbington was most recently the Vice Chancellor and President of The University of Adelaide, a post he held from 2012 – 2017. Throughout his tenure he effected sweeping changes to curriculum, infrastructure and external engagement that resulted in a noticeable uplift in the University’s enrolments and international ARWU ranking. Born and educated in Melbourne, before studying in New York as a Fulbright Scholar, Professor Bebbington has held a number of high profile roles in Australian Universities. He was a full Professor and the youngest Dean at the University of Queensland at the age of 32.
Subsequently, he rose through a succession of leadership roles at the University of Melbourne, from Dean then Pro-Vice Chancellor (Global Relations) to Deputy Vice Chancellor (University Affairs), before becoming Vice Chancellor of the University of Adelaide in 2012. Professor Bebbington holds a Ph.D. from the Graduate School, City University of New York, and M.A. from Queens College, New York, a M.Phil. from the Graduate School, City University of New York, an M.Mus. from the University of Melbourne and a B.Mus. from the University of Melbourne.
Claude Marchand has been the President and CEO of the LCI Education network since 2014. Claude joined the organisation in 2008 as Director of Marketing, and showed continuous commitment to LCI Education’s vision of growth through teaching excellence and successful partnerships. This was followed by roles as Vice-President of Marketing for two years, and Executive Vice-President of LCI Education for three years. Now with over 2,500 faculty and staff in the organisation as well as thousands of students who graduate yearly from around the world, Claude envisions LCI Education to become the world’s leading network of select private educational institutions and has a mission to connect people to opportunity through high-quality education. Claude is currently a Board Member of Ellicom and is an Honorary Patron of Fondation de la mode de Montréal.
Professor Flitman is currently Principal of iMORSE, an analytics and higher education consultancy based in Melbourne Australia. In this capacity he has advised several client in the financial services and higher education sectors. He is Fellow of both the Australian Computer Society and the Operational Research Society, as well as an honorary professor of the Florey Neurosciences and LH Martin Institutes of the University of Melbourne Andrew is also a current Subject Matter Expert in Higher Education for Price Waterhouse Coopers. Prior to his current roles, Professor Flitman was Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) of Swinburne University from 2007-2012, including 9 months as the Acting Vice Chancellor. Before Swinburne, he held positions as Dean of Science and Technology at Deakin University and Head of School (Business Systems) at Monash University. Professor Flitman is an internationally recognised expert in financial (corporate and market) and strategic computer modelling. He has significant commercial consulting experience developed chiefly through senior positions held at Deloitte Haskins and Sells (London), Coopers and Lybrand Deloitte (UK) and Price Waterhouse (Melbourne). Since obtaining his PhD in Operations Research from Warwick University in the UK, Professor Flitman has published well over 100 research publications and has authored a number of commercial reports.
Piero Greco is a professional leader in results-oriented leadership, with 23 years of experience in national and international companies, both public and private. Piero has developed strong expertise in mergers and acquisitions, having worked on more than thirty including several in Latin America (Chile, Colombia and Peru). He has also conducted several negotiations in Lebanon, Algeria and Ecuador. Piero also has over 18 year’s treasury experience. He has implemented several procedures and internal control policy, contract negotiations, financing and financing structure of projects with different financial institutions including some in public-private partnership (PPP) mode. Piero holds a range of accreditations including an MBA from University of Quebec in Montreal, a BAA from HEC Montreal, CPA and CA.
Mark Licciardo is an ASX experienced Director and Chair of public and private companies with expertise in listed investment, infrastructure, bio-technology and online and digital sectors. Mark is considered a corporate governance professional and recognised leader in the sector. He has extensive experience working with Boards of high profile ASX listed companies; guiding and implementing effective corporate governance practices. Mark is the Managing Director and founder of Mertons Corporate Services; a successful governance consulting business. He possesses specialist expertise in the areas of corporate governance, finance and accounting and company secretarial practice, and is experienced in all elements of business operations, leadership and relationship management. Mark has a range of accreditations including: B.Bus (Acc), Grad.Dip CSP, FGIA, FCIS and FAICD.
Leslie (Skip) Triplett is a Partner at Triplett & Triplett, Advisors. He is currently Chair of the LaSalle College Vancouver Board of Directors, Board Director of LCI Melbourne (Australia), Provincial Vice-Chair of the Canadian Forces Liaison Council, member of the BC Synod Council of the Lutheran Church, and Luther Court (a seniors' residential care facility). Skip has practiced leadership as a CEO reporting to a Board and as a Board Chair overseeing a CEO. He uses both perspectives to design governance and leadership strategies that tap into an organisation's creativity. Skip’s experience includes creating governance models, chairing Boards of Directors (both for and not for profit) merging private colleges, conducting government reviews, and transforming a public community college into a teaching university. Skip holds a B.A. from Concordia University, an M.B.A. from Simon Fraser University, and an LL.D. (Honoris Causa) from Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He is a BC Premier’s List recipient of Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee Medal, Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and a Siyam (Respected One) of the Kwantlen First Nation.