2018 Parliamentary Alumni Network Event
Please note: This event has been cancelled
- Monday 09 July 2018 12:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Alumni and Advancement
- Presented by:
- Alumni and Advancement Office | Office of the Vice-Chancellor
- Type of Event:
- Free but registrations are essential
Moderated by our network patron, Terry Moran, the discussion will focus on the infrastructure needs of our rapidly growing and ageing population and how this will impact all Victorians.
We are delighted to welcome Infrastructure Victoria Chief Executive Officer Michel Masson as a speaker at this event. Michel will present Victoria’s first ever cross-sector infrastructure strategy which tackles some of the biggest challenges facing Victorians.
La Trobe University is currently undertaking major infrastructure works of its own that will see our Melbourne (Bundoora) campus evolve into a ‘University Town’ and cement our presence in Melbourne’s North. Executive Director, Infrastructure and Operations Group, Paul Farley will showcase La Trobe’s bold and dynamic plans for the future.
Michel Masson: Chief Executive Officer at Infrastructure Victoria
Michel Masson is Chief Executive Officer at Infrastructure Victoria, an independent body responsible for delivering Victoria’s first ever 30-year infrastructure strategy.
Michel started his career at Deloitte before joining the Bollore Group where he held various senior finance positions in the transport and logistics division in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. In 2005 he joined Keolis as head of Finance and Operations for the International Division where he was responsible for leading public transport operations in seven countries and held various non-executive director positions in UK and German rail franchises.
Michel was appointed CEO of Yarra Trams in 2009 and helped lead the development of Keolis Downer throughout Australia, before joining the Calibre group in 2014 to create and lead its Transport Infrastructure business.
Paul Farley: La Trobe University Executive Director, Infrastructure and Operations Group
Paul joined La Trobe University in September 2011 to lead a multi-disciplined team committed to optimising the University's property portfolio, infrastructure and support services.
His key areas of focus include strategically reviewing the University estate; delivering campus development programs in support of the University's strategic plan; and providing customer-focussed infrastructure support services to all teaching, research and support areas.
Terry Moran AC
Terry Moran patron of the State and Federal Parliamentary and Government Alumni Network at La Trobe University. Terry has worked with several Australian Federal and State governments and held senior roles in public policy development and implementation and public sector management.
Terry graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in 1972, and has had a distinguished career in the Australian and Victorian public sectors.
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