staff & executives
Hepburn Wind employees a small team to undertake operational and administrative activities. Current employees are:
Tracy Anthony, Chief Executive Officer
Tracy’s background is in business process and systems implementation in large corporate businesses. Between 2000 – 2005, Tracy worked exclusively within the Electricity and Gas industries during the roll-out of retail contestability. During this time she was an industry representative as well as project manager for the various processes and systems required to enable customer transfers between retailers.
Tracy joined Hepburn Wind at the beginning of construction as a project officer. In December 2011 the Board of Hepburn Wind appointed her to the newly formed role of CEO. Her key roles are operations, financial and compliance management across the organisation as well as managing the other staff members.
Her aim in the role is ensure maximum efficiency across the organisation. Tracy and the team provide a diverse range of skills to meet the regulatory requirements both as a cooperative and as a electricity generator.
Taryn Lane, Community Officer
Taryn has extensive local and international community development experience. She joined Hepburn Wind at a critical time in the communications phase of the project and has delivered industry best standards in community engagement.
Her aim is to ensure the effective delivery of communications,engagement with community and stakeholders as well as the delivery of public engagement such as site tours.
In recent years, Taryn has worked with Indigenous artisan co-operatives in East Timor and Mexico, Aboriginal organisations in Victoria and undertaken research for various education institutions. She holds a BA in International Studies an MA in Integrative & Transformative Studies and is a fellow of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership’s, Future Sustainability Leaders course.
His aim is to ensure effective financial, statutory and members administration.
In recent years, Jay has worked for local governments in Victoria, focussing on carbon management, urban sustainability, community education and engagement, natural resource management and pest plant and animal management. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and is currently studying a Diploma of Carbon Accounting.
Kim L Woodrum, Bookkeeper/Administrative Officer
Kim joined Hepburn Wind in early 2012 as part of the implementation of the long term business management strategy. She performs bookkeeping activities along with a host of member management activities.
Her aim is to ensure effective financial, statutory and members administration.