Acting Chair and CEO, EPA NSW
Anissa Levy joined the EPA as Acting Chair and CEO on 12 March 2018.
Anissa has held several senior executive positions within the NSW Government. As Deputy CEO at Infrastructure NSW, Anissa oversaw the development, implementation and operation of the Infrastructure Investor Assurance framework, a risk-based framework for the oversight (review, reporting and monitoring) of the Government’s ambitious infrastructure program.
Prior to joining Infrastructure NSW, Anissa was the Deputy Director General of Planning and Programs at Transport for NSW where she was responsible for the Transport Cluster capital budget, the Bureau of Transport Statistics, strategic integrated transport planning and transport project development.
Anissa is a civil engineer and her 25 years’ experience spans strategic transport planning, and infrastructure planning and delivery. Anissa has a mix of private sector as well as state and local government experience.
Chief Financial Officer, Veolia
With a Masters in Business Accounting and more than 10 years in business management, Preet’s passion for sustainable solutions and the circular economy is evident in the way she runs her business. A creative thinker with shrewd business savvy, Preet fosters and develops these same qualities in the people around her.
Preet has been with Veolia for 14 years, across multiple business units.
In her current role as Chief Financial Officer, she establishes the strategic, growth and performance expectations and is accountable for the regions overall financial performance.
Preet is a staunch believer in a circular economy and leads a team which has delivered a circular model of innovative resource management, supporting economic growth whilst saving our valuable resources.
Founder and Managing Director, Envirobank Recycling
Narelle Anderson is the founder and managing director of Envirobank Recycling, Australia’s most innovative container deposit systems operator. Envirobank’s services include automated depots, reverse vending machines, mobile collections, scheme coordinator services, charity bottle drives, and more.
A born entrepreneur Narelle has had the determination to accomplish what other people say can’t be done.
Leaving home at 16 she started her first business, a promotions company, before beginning her distinguished career in the waste industry. In 2000 Narelle became the first aboriginal woman to solely own a waste management company, buying and expanding CBD Enviro Services, then selling it through a trade sale to a public company.
The great niece of the late Senator Neville Bonner, Narelle is passionate about indigenous welfare and has achieved many firsts as an indigenous woman and entrepreneur. In Narelle’s words ‘my culture makes me a custodian of the land so cleaning up the country seems a natural fit.’
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