Executive Leadership Team
Meet the leaders who are guiding the Cenitex vision and strategy
Catherine’s commercial and financial career spans over 22 years, working with some of Australia’s largest companies including AXA, Members Equity Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and most recently the Victorian Government. She has also worked in Singapore and the United States and her varied career has equipped her with a range of commercial and financial skills. Catherine manages the financial functions of Cenitex, focusing on implementing business improvement processes and governance.
Over the past 20 years Adrian has helped deliver customer success stories for blue-chip clients across a diverse range of industries, with considerable experience in the IT sector at IBM and here at Cenitex. With senior roles in client relationship management, sales and delivery for large strategic customers, Adrian is seen as a trusted partner, with a passion for the delivery of reliable and cost-effective ICT services.
Cath is an experienced HR generalist with a strong focus on organisational culture and change for Victorian Government public sector entities. She has delivered high quality HR programs that have increased employees’ productivity and improved customer service. She has held senior and executive HR roles with the Victorian Managed Insurance Agency, VicForests and VicUrban.
Nigel has held executive leadership roles over 25 years with global IT companies such as Microsoft, SAP and SMS Management & Technology. He has an extensive background in professional services, product sales, education and support across cloud, strategy, application development and infrastructure. Nigel also has significant experience in business transformation to improve service delivery, customer satisfaction and employee engagement.
Sharon has extensive experience in the public sector, predominately in health, industry development, science, innovation, design and ICT over 25 years. She has held executive positions in both policy and program areas and corporate support as well as advising government and the private sector on strategy through her own consulting firm. She is qualified in health and research methods and has a Master’s degree in statistics.