Mark Turner

Mark Turner

Chairman, and Chair Housing, Assets and Development Committee


Director since 2014

Skill Area: Property Development, Finance, Real Estate

Mark has more than 30 years experience in real estate funds management in Australia, the UK and Asia. During this time, Mark has held senior executive roles including the Head of Funds Management at DEXUS Property Group, fund and asset management roles at Lend Lease and GPT as well as Chairman of an Asian property investment company. Mark is currently an Executive Director at EG Funds Management, based in Sydney. He graduated from the university of Portsmouth UK with a Bachelor of Science in Urban Land Administration, is a member of the RICS and a licensed real estate agent in NSW.

Carolyn Scobie

Carolyn Scobie

Deputy Chair, and Chair Human Resources, Nominations, Remuneration and Marketing Committee

M.A. (Japanese) B.A./LL.B. Grad Dip CSP GAICD

Director since 2015

Skill Area: Legal

Carolyn is Group General Counsel and Company Secretary of QBE Insurance Group. Carolyn has over 30 years of legal experience in corporate and commercial property areas, including prior to Goodman three years within the legal profession and six years as in-house Counsel with the Japanese construction company, Kumagai Australia Group. She is a member of the Governance Institute of Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Gary Milligan

Gary Milligan

Director, and Member Housing, Assets and Development Committee

BSc BEng (Electrical) (Hons 1), Grad. Cert. Human Resource Development, MIVMA

Director since 2007

Skill Area: Asset Management

Gary has retired from a 40-year career as a professional engineer in the NSW Government where he contributed to the asset management of the state’s buildings and infrastructure in diverse roles encompassing policy, planning, evaluation, design, procurement and construction management. He is a trained Company Director with experience on the Boards of several community organisations.

Shirley Liew

Shirley Liew

Director, and Member Finance, Risk and Audit Committee

BBus MBA Grad Dip Appl Finance. FCPA, FTIA, MIIA, FAICD

Director since 2009

Skill Area: Financial and Risk Management 

Shirley is a professional non-executive director and has a range of business interests. She has more than 30 years of experience as a senior executive and held practice-led partner audit, corporate and project finance and advisory roles in the banking, financial services, health, infrastructure, retail and wholesale sectors.  She is the chair of Outset Group (Amber Tiles) Australia Pty Limited, non-executive director and chair of the Audit Committee at Hunter United Credit Union, director and chair of Audit and Risk Committee at Hearing Australia, chair of the Audit and Risk Committee at Central Coast Local Health District and member of the Audit and Risk Committee at Long Service Corporation, NSW.

Graham Monk

Director, and Chair Finance, Risk and Audit Committee

BComm (Hons), FCPA, MAICD

Director since 2016

Skill Area: Finance, Real Estate and Funds Management

Graham has accumulated 40 years of financial and commercial experience, having worked for CSR, Lend Lease, Lion Nathan and Investa Property Group. He has extensive experience in property investment, management and development as well as strategic planning, mergers and acquisition. Until May 2009, he was the Finance Director of Investa Property Group, a diversified property group and one of the largest owners of commercial offices in Australia with assets valued at more than $6 billion. He now works as a non-executive director sitting on the boards of Tenix Group (engineering and technology solutions), 151 Property Core Plus Management (unlisted wholesale investment fund that owned in excess of $0.5 billion commercial assets) and Arcadia Funds Management (institutional investment management and advisory business). Graham also provides consulting services to a range of organisations including Westpac (on property matters) and Avid Property Group (a property developer with estimated project values of $3 billion).

Jill Hannaford

Director, and Member Human Resources, Nominations, Remuneration and Marketing Committee

BappSc (AppEcG) (Hons 1), MUrb&RegPlg

Director since 2018

Skill Area: Community and stakeholder engagement, social sustainability

Jill is a social scientist who is passionate about diversity and social equity. Jill leads the Technical Communities of Practice at global professional services firm GHD, where she has worked for the past 25 years. She is responsible for collaboration and the pursuit of technical excellence across the broad range of infrastructure sectors. Jill is responsible for GHD’s Reconciliation Action Plan. She co-founded IAP2 in Australia in the 1990s and has strong community engagement expertise. Jill is a founding corporate partner of CareerTrackers: an Indigenous internship program and has worked very closely with CareerSeekers: an organisation that provides internships for refugee and asylum seeker professionals. She is a leader of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and in community organisations. She has guided change at GHD and in the infrastructure sector.

Stephen Bull

Director, and Member Finance Risk & Audit Committee

BCom, BPsyc(Hons)

Director since 2020

Skill Area: Real estate development and management, Finance, Community development, People and culture 

Stephen has over 25 years experience in real estate, community creation and finance roles. He has worked at Westfield, AMP and Stockland. The last five years of his executive career were as Group Executive and CEO of Stockland’s retirement village business. Prior to his real estate career in Australia, Stephen spent several years working in investment banking in London. Stephen is a member of Chartered Accountants (Australia and New Zealand). He currently sits on the Investment Committees for the MaxCap Industrial Opportunities Fund and the Wingate Direct Property business and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Moits Group. 

Liz Forsyth

Director, and Member Housing, Assets and Development Committee

BSW, Member of IPAA

Director since 2020

Skill Area: Housing and human service policy; Strategic planning, Service delivery and implementation, Government administration, Professional services consulting 

Liz is currently CEO, Disability and Aged Care for APM Human Services International Ltd. Until recently, Liz was KPMG’s Global Industry Lead for Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare along with being their Global Sector Head for Government and Global Lead for Human and Social Services. Liz has had a 30 plus year career in the human services sector working in a range of areas focussed on improving outcomes for citizens, improving their lives and the communities within which they live.  Prior to KPMG, Liz held senior and executive positions in the Commonwealth and NSW Governments. She started her career as a social worker working in rehabilitation for the Commonwealth Rehabilitation Service.