SEN’s members elect a Management Committee annually in accordance with the Constitution and the Associations Incorporation Act 2015.

Fraser Maywood (Chair)

Fraser has over 40 years of international experience in the Oil & Gas, mining and power sectors. Roles include engineering, project management, business management and management consulting.

He is a passionate and vocal advocate for the clean energy transition. Fraser has been a member of SEN since 2021.

Fraser on Linked In

Dr Rob Phillips (Vice Chair)

Rob is a retired scientist and science educator who played leadership roles in educational technology and university policy development over 35 years. He has a long-term interest in environmental sustainability and a long history of contributing to the broader community.  His major role in SEN has been in making SEN’s work more accessible to the broader community, including briefing notes, submissions to various government inquiries, and three major reports: the Kimberley Clean Energy Roadmap (2018), the SEN Jobs Report (2020) and the Broome Clean Energy Study (2022). Rob has been a SEN member since 2013.

Louise Tomlin (Association Secretary)

Louise is a professional Sustainability & Health, Safety and Environment Advisor with experience in Australia’s greenhouse gas and pollution reporting schemes, Corporate Social Reporting and Global Sustainability Goals. She has worked onsite and corporate for various industries including energy (fossil fuel and renewable) and mining for 12 years. Louise has been assisting the SEN Committee since October 2020 and been the SEN Association Secretary since June 2021.

Louise on Linkedin

Natasha Doumanis (Treasurer)

Natasha has accumulated over 8 years of experience in the construction industry, having worked in both Perth and Melbourne. Fuelled by an increasing awareness of environmental challenges within the construction sector, Natasha has initiated a transformative journey toward sustainability. Acknowledging the imperative for a more eco-conscious design approach, she is currently deeply engaged in the study of sustainable living, pursuing additional qualifications to enhance her existing design expertise. Natasha became a part of SEN in September 2023.

Nasrin Aghamohammadi (Committee Member)

Nasrin Aghamohammadi is an experienced researcher in the field of sustainable energy for more than 18 years. She holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering and published more than 75 high-impact, scientifically peer-reviewed research in international journals in the categories of energy and sustainability. She has drafted sustainability, energy and environmental related policies in Malaysia, Australia, China and the United Kingdom.

Nasrin on Linkedin

Paul Caston (Modelling Working Group Team Lead and Webmaster)

Paul has BSc in Physics from UWA.  He is a retired IT Professional with over 40 years’ experience in a diversity of roles in the mining, banking, government and transport sectors in Australia, the UK, Singapore and USA.  Paul joined SEN in 2018 and has led the SEN modelling group since March 2022. His passion is to apply information technology to solving real world problems such as the energy transition.

Matthew Saxon (Infrastructure Working Group Lead)

Matthew is a document management consultant with 20 years’ experience in the Mineral Processing, Energy and Infrastructure Engineering sectors with specific expertise in corporate and industrial Carbon Inventories. Matthew holds tertiary qualifications in Energy Management, Sustainability & Climate Policy with extensive knowledge in the fields of Energy Management, Policy and Economics. Matthew has been a SEN member since 2017. Matthew on LinkedIn.

Gabriel Omonria (Outreach lead)

Gabriel is a Development & Delivery Manager with extensive experience in renewable energy projects.

Gabriel on LinkedIn

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We recognise that this land always was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land because sovereignty has never been ceded.