Chief Executive Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief People Officer
Chief Experience Officer
General Manager, Americas
General Manager, EMEA
VP of Marketing
VP Data & Analytics
VP Corporate Development & General Counsel
VP Finance & Strategy
Global Head of Customer Support
Senior Director of Engineering
Director of Engineering (Platform & Services)
Principal Software Engineer (Architecture)
Director of Engineering
Luke developed SafetyCulture after 7 years working in the workers compensation industry. His focus on solving industry problems is evident as far back as 2004, when he developed a system to provide generic safe work method statements for the construction industry in Australia. He reduced the costs for compliance by 90% and developed an online marketing model for the delivery of products in an industry that was built around consultancy services until that time.
Luke’s deep industry knowledge continues to guide the product development at SafetyCulture, ensure that there is a continual focus on solving the most significant and relevant problems facing the safety and compliance industry.
As a member of the SafetyCulture board, Scott Farquar provides advice, input and introductions every week. He works closely with SafetyCulture’s CEO Luke on product development and marketing strategies and has mentored team members across the Townsville and Sydney offices.
Scott is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Atlassian, a collaboration software company that helps teams organize, discuss and complete shared work. More than 182,000 large and small organizations, NFPs, and government agencies worldwide, including companies like ANZ bank, and Spotify use Atlassian’s products.
Scott was the youngest person ever to be awarded the ‘Australian Entrepreneur of the Year’ in 2006 by EY alongside Co-Founder and Co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes. In 2016 both Scott and Mike were awarded AFR’s ‘Australian Business Person of the Year’, and in 2017, Forbes named them on their ‘Global Game Changers’ list.
In addition, Scott helped spearhead Pledge 1%, a corporate philanthropy movement dedicated to making the community a key stakeholder in every business. He has also co-founded a private investment fund, Skip Capital, which focuses on fast-growing technology companies on big data and health.
Robyn sits on SafetyCulture’s advisory panel, providing valuable counsel drawn from decades of experience shaping some of the world’s most recognizable businesses. Robyn currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Tesla Inc. She joined the Board in 2014 and was appointed to serve as Independent Chair of the Board of Directors in November 2018.
Robyn also works with later-stage technology company founders as Operating Partner at Blackbird Ventures. Since coming into the role in January 2021, she’s helped put in place programs that scale operations and boost the broader Australian/New Zealand start-up ecosystem.
Robyn’s global experience encompasses leadership roles across a range of technology companies. These include Juniper Networks, Sun Microsystems, and particularly her role at Telstra as Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy, where she also served as its Chief Operations Officer.
Robyn’s past public board of director service includes ABB Limited & Echelon Corporation. She is a current member of the UNSW Business School Advisory Council, and a member of the Board of Governors of Amcham.
As a member of the SafetyCulture board, Rick supports company strategy alongside attending all SafetyCulture board meetings.
Rick is co-founder and Partner at Blackbird Ventures. Blackbird Ventures is a venture capital fund which focuses on backing the most ambitious founders from Australia and New Zealand. It invests in highly innovative startups, from software to space, and from the idea stage through to growth stage. As well as SafetyCulture, Rick is also on the board of companies such as Canva, Baraja, Gilmour Space, Movus, Roborigger and Lexer.
Prior to Blackbird, Rick was responsible for MLC’s venture capital portfolio and before that he co-founded two software startups.
Craig sits on SafetyCulture’s board as a Non-Executive Director, providing valuable counsel and strategies to drive company growth and expansion.
Craig is CEO of Tennis Australia and Australian Open Tournament Director. He is known for transforming the Australian Open into Australia’s largest and most successful international sporting and entertainment event watched by over one billion people worldwide.
His bold vision for the future of tennis is unique in his industry. Tennis Australia’s revenues have doubled in his seven years at the helm, from $160 million to over $450 million.
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