Managing Director – BBus (Acc), GDip (AIC), Dip & OM (AICD), MBA (Fin and Strategic Mgt)
Founder of IndiEnergy in 2007 who has successfully secured over $25m in proceeds for his respective clients and self-funded the company for the first 4 years. Previously held positions at Carnegie Wylie investment bank (4yrs) and Woodside Petroleum (6yrs). Dux for Strategic Management at University of Western Australia Master of Business Administration and Order of Merit for Australia Institute of Company Directors.
Executive Director – BSc (Com Dvt & Mgt), Dip (Bus)
Managed community engagement with IndiEnergy for the last 4 years and served in variety of Government roles up to A/Director for over 10 years. Areas of expertise include native title, project management, trust fund establishment, corporate governance, ministerial and Government relations. Received Bachelor of Applied Science in Community Development and Management from Curtin University (WA) and Diploma in Business from Charles Darwin University (NT).
Executive Director – LLB
Shaz is leading the entry into the Native Title legal area, he has practiced in Native Title and litigation for over 11 years holding senior land council positions for Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (WA – Pilbara), New South Wales Native Title Service (NSW) and Queensland South Native Title Service (QLD). Expertise includes future acts, heritage, commercial and resource agreements. Received Bachelor of Laws from University of Western Australia.
Prior to Lusona Capital, Asfandyar worked in the investments team at Lazard Carnegie Wylie where he was involved in a number of small cap investment opportunities by the fund. Asfandyar has also worked within the Financial Sponsors Investment Banking team at the Royal Bank of Scotland (formerly ABN AMRO). Asfandyar has been on the boards of Scottish Pacific Benchmark and Ochre Health Group.
DUniv (Hon.C) FAIM MAICD
Warren is the Managing Director of NyunggaBlack, an advice and communications business. He is also Chairman of the Australian Indigenous Chamber of Commerce
Most recently Warren was the CEO and Executive Chairman of Generation One. Prior to this he was the CEO of NTSCorp Ltd for 9 years. Other previous roles include National President of the Australian Labor Party, National Convenor of the ALP National Indigenous Labor Network and Chair of the ALP (NSW) Indigenous People & Reconciliation Policy Committee. Warren has Honorary Life Membership of the NSW Local Government Aboriginal Network and has been awarded the Centenary Medal for services to the community and local government and the Bennelong Medal for Leadership in Indigenous Affairs. He is a Doctor of the University (honoris causa) from the Southern Cross University for services to the community, business and local government.
BEng, MBA, MBR, FAICD
Jill is a Commercial Manager with 20+ years experience across engineering, infrastructure and resource sectors. She has formal qualifications in business and engineering. Prior to becoming a special advisor to IndiEnergy, Jill spent 10 years with Woodside Energy as a Commercial Manager focused on the commercialisation of the company’s oil and gas assets. Here she held responsibilities across development and operating assets including the $27b North West Shelf Venture and $15b Pluto LNG project, as well as corporate areas.
Jill’s experience extends across project development, operations, land access, gas marketing, shipping, contracting & procurement and business management. She is a former Board member on gas marketing and transport companies, has spent 10 years as University of Western Australia (UWA) Senate Sub-Committee member advising on risk management and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Adam is a Partner at Hemsley Lawyers – a multidisciplinary law firm and chartered accounting practice. Adam practises as a commercial lawyer and a chartered accountant. Prior to Hemsley, he was a Senior Associate in the Tax practice at Allens Linklaters (formerly Allens Arthur Robinson) and a Senior Manager in the Energy and Natural Resources Tax practice at KPMG. Adam is the former Chair of the Taxation Law Committee of the NSW Law Society (Young Lawyers). He is a published author, having authored topics Thomson Reuters on various areas of the taxation law.
Gabriella de Mori
Gabriella is a social responsibility specialist with experience in social research, community development and stakeholder engagement among vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in Australia and abroad.
Gabriella assists exploration and mining companies navigate complex community relationships and issues to deliver creative and valuable corporate social responsibility programs among both local government and traditional stakeholder groups. This includes policy, strategy and implementation framework development, that is aligned to the local socio-economic needs of the area and the business drivers of the Company. She excels at building relationships and managing expectations between local government, traditional leadership structures and corporate clients, securing their social license to operate. She holds a Bachelor of Social Science & Master of International Health from Curtin University with co-authored research articles published most notably in the Oxford Journal of Refugee Studies and the Australian Journal of Education.