Bryan was a partner of legal firm Freehill, Hollingdale & Page (now Herbert Smith Freehills) for 14 years before joining Macquarie Bank as a Divisional Director working primarily on major infrastructure projects.
Bryan has held non-executive board positions on two ASX listed companies: Recruiters Australia Limited [ASX : RAL] and Wridgways Australia Limited [ASX: WWA] and was Chairman of Wridgways leading into its buy-out and de-listing in 2011. Bryan is currently non-executive director of LJ Hooker; non-executive director of real estate technology company Nurture cloud Technologies and Chairman of broadband services provider GET Mutual Communications.
Bryan has had a long-standing interest in the promotion and development of indigenous businesses (having first represented the Northern Land Council in negotiations with mining companies in the 1980s) and through his involvement (as a director of the U Hooker Foundation) with the Culture College Arnhem Land Corporation.
Chris Hunt has more than 30 years’ experience in Facilities Management and worked in the UK, SE Asia, Australia and India. In 2004 Chris was appointed by the Australian Department of Industry to participate in the Facility Management Action Agenda. His role with the Strategic Industry Leaders Group led to him being recognised as an industry leader and he is Chairman of the Education and Training Working Group. Chris was Chairman of the Facility Management Association of Australia from 2012-2015 and is a current member of the Board of Directors.
Troy Rugless founded PSG Holdings in partnership with Shane Jacobs in 2011 and currently resides as PSG Holdings CEO, Director, Business Development Manager, Company Cultural Leader and Indigenous Business Mentor. Troy’s Indigenous heritage is from the Wiradjuri people who were the first inhabitants of central western NSW. Troy ensures that PSG Holdings thrives based on a culture of respect, humility, ingenuity and hard work and that these values pervade all aspects of the business.
Adrienne Revai has a distinguished history of working with leadership teams to enable them to effectively set and implement national strategies, including the broader business support functions of Human Resources, Marketing, IT, Administration, Legal and Compliance and Finance functions.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Over the past 20 years Amy Castro has managed property strategy and facilities management services for Government organisations and blue-chip clients throughout Australia. As Chief Executive Officer for Evolve FM Amy has facilitated and assisted the growth of the business from start-up in 2017 to a thriving multi-million-dollar business, which has received industry recognition for service delivery and industry impact. Amy is particularly proud of Evolve FM’s commitment to Indigenous Business development and to the wider diversity agenda within the property industry. Amy is a founding member of the Property Council of Australia’s Diversity Group and has championed diversity within Evolve FM’s workforce, achieving strong representation by Indigenous and female employees at all levels of the organisation. As a people-focused leader Amy has built teams from the ground-up whilst fostering agile, high performing cultures to respond to ever-changing customer demands and market conditions. Amy is a Licensed Agent and current member of the PCA, FMA and AICD.
Rajesh is a seasoned professional with a strong financial and operational understanding of Government property requirements.
For the past 13 years in senior roles in the private sector, Raj has delivered excellent commercial outcomes for his employers by providing strategic solutions to various Government entities in the management of their property portfolio.
Raj’s previous experience includes 2 years in consulting with Synergy Group, where he played a major part in an EOI and RFT process that enabled the TGA to secure a lease that would not only give them a brand new office and state of the art laboratory but also save them $101M over the term of the lease. Prior to that as a part of the senior leadership team at JLL, Raj’s role included the solutioning and pricing for several high value government facilities management contracts. This role required an in-depth knowledge of facilities management, sub-contractor management, help desk, leasing, and finance. Raj also lead a team of 20+ in the delivery of the financial management for more than $1.5 Billion of property related expenses.
Raj’s key skills and services include Contract Negotiation, Solutioning, Stakeholder Management, Service Delivery, Savings Identification, Performance Management and Governance and Assurance. Raj possesses a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and has an ACT Real Estate Licence.