Travis has extensive experience in the energy and sustainability sectors. He is currently the CFO at Senivon and has previously served as an executive at Pacific Hydro and CFO at Sustainability Victoria. He has a commitment to and passion for MEFL’s work, having previously served on its Board and as a current sub-committee member.
Alison’s experience in the sustainability field spans over 15 years, including global responsibility for strategy development, designing and delivering transformation programs, commercialising new services, product development, consulting, marketing and advocacy. Alison has experience across a range of industries.
Lucy manages MEFL’s Engagement team. Lucy is an expert in Community Engagement and offers input to the engagement elements of all MEFL proposals. She also develops content for a wide variety of uses, including the MEFL, Positive Charge and Our Energy Future websites, eNews and social media.
Sam supervises the reporting of accurate financial information for MEFL management and Board, ensuring that MEFL is financially viable and able to deliver our core activities.
He also assists all business units to achieve their specific financial goals, and ensures that incoming and outgoing payments are correct and timely.
Board member since: 2010
Andrew Hewett is a Brunswick resident and joined the MEFL Board in late 2010. He worked at Oxfam Australia for nearly 22 years, including over 11 years as Executive Director (CEO).
Ali Irfanli is a Fawkner resident and joins the MEFL board as the Moreland Council nominee. Ali is a consultant to small to medium businesses on digital transformation and has a been working in technology for a decade. Ali is excited to use his role within the local community to advocate for sustainable living and energy efficiency.
Board member since: 2019
Cameron is Senior Legal Counsel at Jemena Limited
Board member since: 2018
Imogen is the National Manager of Zero Carbon Communities – a Beyond Zero Emissions initiative that helps local communities reduce local emissions.
Sebastian manages the Zero Carbon Evolution team – delivering on Moreland City Council’s ambition for the Moreland community to reach zero net carbon emissions. This will involve delivering energy efficiency upgrades and solar installations on homes, businesses and community buildings throughout Moreland, as well as liaising and working closely with Council staff.
As the Director of Engagement and part of the MEFL leadership team Rachel is responsible for promoting awareness of MEFL and our services to all client-stakeholders and the broader community. Specifically, MEFL’s overall strategic approach to content marketing including digital strategies, marketing communications, public relations, community engagement activities, brand and events.
Board member since: 2016
Dugald is Executive Director – Policy & Public Affairs at the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Board member since: 2018
Nikki is an accomplished senior executive and board member with over 30 years of leadership experience in a variety of mid-market companies in diverse industries. She has led organisations through start-up, accelerated growth and major turnarounds.
Board member since: 2011
James is the Executive Director Strategic Operations at Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (EMPHN). Prior to joining EMPHN, James was the Director Corporate Services at Moreland City Council during which time he joined the MEFL Board and facilitated closer co-operation between MEFL and Council. It also aligned with his personal passion for the work that MEFL does.
Company Secretary since: 2018
Sarah heads up the policy and regulation practice at Marchment Hill Consulting (MHC). Prior to joining MHC Sarah worked with the Low Carbon Contracts Company, one of the UK government’s central implementation agencies for energy market reform and emerging technology development.