Professor Ian O’Connor AC, Vice Chancellor and President
Professor Ian O’Connor was appointed Vice Chancellor and President of Griffith University in 2005, and has overseen the University’s rapid growth to a population of more than 50,000 students from 131 countries.
The Honourable Rob Borbidge AO
A former Queensland premier, Rob Borbidge is committed to promoting Griffith University’s research and innovation activities. As well as being a Friends of Griffith Board member, he is Chair of the Institute for Glycomics Board of Advice.
Robert A. Grantham is a founding partner of Los Angeles law firm Hoffman & Grantham LLP, and has 26 years’ experience as an attorney. His areas of expertise are environmental, corporate and insurance law.
Robert McNulty has 35 years of experience of working at the city, county and state level in government, non-profit, community advocacy, business leadership, and philanthropy organisations advancing liveable communities in the United States.
Damien Perriman is a San Diego-based business executive at the forefront of sustainable innovation with a track record of executing substantial partnerships in the chemical, agricultural and pharmaceutical sectors.
Greg Phipps is San Francisco based and is Technical Program Manager at Google. He is a Griffith alumnus with over 20 years experience in the IT industry, across Microsoft, Yahoo! and now Google.
Dhanesh Raniga has been leading the University's Audit, Risk and Compliance department since 2015. He has 30 years' experience in all facets of management, treasury, finance, and audit.
Mary Roosevelt has spent her professional life as an educator, with a passion for international educational experiences for all students. She is a former Director of External Relations for the University of California, Irvine, Department of Education.
Geoffrey Thomas owns Maleny Manor, the most awarded wedding venue in Queensland, Settlers Rise winery and Carbrook Nursery. He is an experienced businessman and has held a range of chair positions.