The InteliCare Board
Jason Waller — CEO & Managing Director
Jason possesses extensive experience in defence, aviation and technology including significant strategic, commercial, transformation and project delivery expertise. Between September 2017 and December 2018 Jason was CEO of ASX listed Spookfish (ASX:SFI) that was acquired in December 2018 by EagleView for $136 million.
Jason holds a Bachelor of Science, Masters of Management and a Graduate Certificate of Corporate Management (Finance). He is also a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Greg Leach — Non-Executive Chairperson
Greg is a founder of InteliCare and has been in the Information and Communications Technology industry for over 30 years and during that time has established and continues to oversee multiple successful companies and held multiple executive level roles spanning management, technology and innovation. Greg was a co-founder and previously chief technology officer of Empired Limited (ASX:EPD). He also co-founded Frontline Services (of which he is a director), BigRedSky Limited and founded Alkypro Fuel Systems. He founded and is currently a director and CEO of Blockhead Technologies Pty Ltd.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Business (Information Processing).
Branden Dekenah — Non-Executive Director
Branden has in excess of 30 years’ experience in technology and innovation, as a business founder, consultant and senior executive. Branden was co-founder and managing director at Conducive, which was sold to Empired Limited (ASX: EPD) in 2012.
Before co-founding Conducive, Branden consulted internationally on intelligent transport, smart card systems, management & business, technology strategy and system development. With over 27 years’ experience, Branden has had the opportunity to work in a number of diverse industries including IT, industrial automation, financial services, telecommunications and automated fare collection, and consulted to many others.
Branden has experience in developing and selling businesses, and has held leadership positions in multinational finance and technology companies, as well as consulting internationally in Africa, South East Asia, USA and South America.
Branden holds an Honours Degree in Commerce, Diplomas in Engineering and Computer Science, and an MBA from Curtin University, Perth. Branden is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Scott Taylor — Non-Executive Director
Scott holds a Bachelor of Laws and is the founding Partner of Taylor David Lawyers with over 15 years’ experience in reconstruction and insolvency law. He acts for Federal Government departments, Fortune 500 companies, global leading insolvency practitioners and foreign multinationals. Scott’s engagements include advising on acquisitions, securities, risk mitigation, asset management and debt equity swaps in addition to leading strategic negotiations. Scott sits on the London based expert review panel for The Law Reviews and is the author of the Australian chapter of the annual International Insolvency Review. Scott was previously a non-executive director of the Children’s Hospital Foundation Queensland.
Neil Hackett — Non-Executive Director & Company Secretary
Neil works closely with ASX boards, directors, CEO’s, government enterprises and private boards on strategic and corporate governance requirements. Neil has project-managed multiple corporate transactions including public equity capital raisings, debt financing, corporate takeovers and business acquisitions and has 25 years’ ASX company expertise. His current ASX board positions are Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS), Ardiden Limited (ASX:ADV) and Calima Energy Ltd (ASX:CE1).
Neil holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Australia, post-graduate qualifications in applied finance and investment, post-graduate qualifications in financial planning, is a graduate and facilitator with the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia.