A diverse team with a wide range of experience is important to our success. And it’s also true of our Executive Leadership Team.
Our group of highly experienced leaders bring a wealth of knowledge and understanding from corporate and government sectors to health care and employment services.
This combination of complementary skills and expertise has grown our business since 1994, from three people in a single office in Perth to more than 13,000 people in 11 countries and a culture that allows all of us to enable better lives.
Michael joined APM in March 2018 as Group Chief Executive Officer and was appointed to the Board.
Prior to joining APM, Michael held a number of senior leadership roles across Oceania and Asia at global professional services firm, Ernst & Young. His most recent positions were Managing Partner, Western Region; Managing Partner, Oceania Strategic Growth; and Managing Partner, Growth Markets, Asia Pacific.
Michael has strong relationships across government, corporate and community groups. He has a mergers and acquisitions background.
Michael is also involved in a number of not-for-profits including as Chairman of Celebrate WA and is a former Director of the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Business from Curtin University.
Megan established APM in January 1994 and was Managing Director until 2020 when she became Executive Chair.
Megan has been responsible for driving APM’s strategy and growth over the past 27 years.
Megan is an Occupational Therapist and has a background in vocational rehabilitation. While working in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Royal Perth Rehabilitation Hospital, she established a private Occupational Therapy practice at St John of God Hospital in 1990, and subsequently went on to manage the Vocational Rehabilitation and Occupational Therapy Services of Perth Pain Management Centre.
Megan holds a Master of Science (Rehabilitation), a Post Graduate Diploma (Health Sciences), and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy), Curtin University.
Karen brings over 25 years of experience to her role and has been with APM since 2010 when she joined as National Operations Manager for Disability Employment Services. Today, her team of more than 1,700 help around 120,000 Australians each year to live independent and fulfilling lives through support services including DES, jobactive, ParentsNext, NEIS and the Career Transition Program.
Jack joined APM as CEO of Ingeus Group when it was acquired in 2019. With extensive experience in the delivery of large-scale programs, Jack has held a number of senior operational posts across the private and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining Ingeus, Jack worked for National Express Transport Group and for the Notting Hill Housing Group. Jack joined Ingeus in 2004 and was UK Chief Operating Officer and then UK Chief Executive Officer between 2012 and 2015.
At APM, he is responsible for APM’s operations, contracts and employment-related programs in Canada, the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, South Korea, and Singapore. In Australia, he oversees APM’s delivery of Assessment Services and Community programs across Aged Care and Disability Services.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University.
Liz joined APM in 2021. Liz previously worked at KPMG and held positions including Global Industry Lead for Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare as well as Global Sector Head for Government.
Liz also served as KPMG’s Global Lead for Human and Social Services, having established the Health, Ageing and Human Services practice in Australia in 2003. Prior to KPMG, Liz held senior and executive positions in the Australian Federal and New South Wales Governments.
Liz holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of New South Wales.
Uschi has an international profile and is recognised as a transformational leader with extensive experience in driving change in large and complex organisations. Originally from Germany, Uschi has lived and worked in the USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia with experience spanning mature and emerging markets.
Until 2018, Uschi Schreiber was a member of the Global Executive Board of EY, the global professional services firm. Based in New York, she was responsible for EY’s account and industry focussed go-to-market approach, and its globally integrated planning across service lines, sectors, and geographies. This included responsibility for seamless, international service delivery to EY’s biggest global clients. Uschi also led the EY Health and Government industries when based in Hong Kong and Sydney, Australia.
Prior to joining EY, Uschi was a successful CEO of a multi-billion dollar health organisation in Australia. She has significant experience as a senior public servant in Government, leading social, economic, and legislative reform processes. Uschi is also a Non-Executive Director on the board of Domino’s (DPE), an ASX 100 listed company which works across 10 countries. At Domino’s, she is the Chair of the Nomination, Culture and Remuneration Committee, a member of the Audit Committee and a member of the business Advisory Boards for Germany and Australia/New Zealand.
She continues to work as a consultant on business and market strategy as well as an executive coach. Uschi holds Bachelor of Social Work and Special Education, University of Braunschweig/Wolfenbuettel, Germany, Graduate Certificate in Management, UWS, Australia and Masters
of Arts (Leadership), Griffith University, Australia.
Michele is an experienced, energetic and versatile executive with a strong track record of growth, performance optimisation, innovation and change leadership. She is a highly regarded strategic customer relationship manager and business development driver with experience working across multiple geographies and industry sectors.
Michele is a highly regarded specialist in workplace health and wellbeing and is recognised for her understanding and knowledge of workplace issues and her ability to provide strategic advice to organisations on resolving complex issues, optimising effectiveness and enhancing health and connectedness in the workplace.
Michele is a regular presenter at conferences and workplace forums on key issues such as employee wellbeing, mental health, workplace risks and leadership effectiveness. She is a Fellow of both the Australian Human Resources Institute and the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia/New Zealand, and is a member of Chief Executive Women and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Michele has been a significant contributor and leader of the EAP and employee wellbeing industry on a global basis for more than two decades. She has undertaken ROI research and introduced multiple new initiatives to the industry that have been widely embraced.
Steve joined APM in 2021 having previously held a number of senior leadership roles including CFO of WesTrac and CFO and Company Secretary of iiNet and Southern Cross Electrical Engineering.
Steve has also spent almost six years with Fortescue Metals Group where he managed a diverse range of portfolios including IT, procurement, group business planning and non-process infrastructure. Steve was previously a member of the EY corporate finance team where he was involved in a number of mergers and acquisitions.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Business from Edith Cowan University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and is a Chartered Accountant.
Cait joined APM in 2019 with over 15 years’ experience leading human resources strategy across a range of industries including mining, telecommunications, and media, holding senior leadership roles with companies including WesTrac, iiNet and Foxtel.
Cait leads several multi-disciplinary corporate support functions including People & Culture, Marketing, and the Contact Support Centre. As a culture influencer, Cait helps create and deliver value through people and culture across APM’s team, customers, suppliers, investors, and the community.
Cait holds a Bachelor of Business from Edith Cowan University.
Stephen has over 13 years of experience leading finance teams, starting his career with accounting practices in Dublin and Perth. In 2008, he joined APM, where he has held finance leadership roles, most recently Group Finance Director and Joint Company Secretary.
Stephen is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University College of Dublin.
Prior to joining APM in 2018, Greg was an Audit Partner at EY for over 30 years. At EY, Greg led the Audit Division of the Perth office and was the lead audit signing partner on a variety of listed and unlisted companies, including Wesfarmers and Woodside.
Greg previously served as a Director of West Australian Ballet and the Police and Citizens Youth Clubs.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment. Greg is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand.
Joining APM Group in the UK with Ingeus in 2015, Matthew relocated to APM’s Australian headquarters in 2019. He brings experience as a senior lawyer, having worked for some of the UK’s largest companies including BP, SABMiller and Balfour Beatty.
At APM, Matthew ensures that the global business manages legal risk effectively, while acting as a trusted adviser to the senior leadership team and the wider business.
Matthew holds a Master of Laws degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degrees from the University of Melbourne.
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