Advisory Board

  • Ron Geekie

    Ron Geekie

    As the Chairman of the Pink Finss Charity Advisory Board Ron has extensive experience and history in business and executive leadership having managed and grown SME’s for many years. His experience mainly comes from being Managing Director and then Director of Amber Group Australia for over two decades.  Ron was also the Chairman of Oz Design Furniture for 10 years and most recently Ron worked as a CEO coach at The Executive Connection to help senior executives become better leaders.  Ron specialises in leadership management and growth, brand management, business development and strategic planning.

    Ron is based in the Hills and after attending a Pink Finss Charity Race day is looking forward to working with the Advisory Board members to see the success of the Pink Finss continue.

  • Liz Giblett

    Liz Giblett

    Liz Giblett is the Founder and Principal of Strategic Marketing Matters, a successful consulting practice established in 1998.  Working predominantly in the professional services field, Liz provides high level strategic marketing advice and is actively involved in both the planning and implementation of marketing programs, building business brands and developing the skills of staff.

    Liz has worked with a range of professional services clients including commercial law firms, accountants and member associations and is also on the Board of not for profit organisation Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads (APSMO).

    Liz lives locally in the Hawkesbury and has been affiliated with the Pink Finss for many years having carried out the successful re-brand of the Pink Finss in 2017.

  • Kirsten Carey

    Kirsten Carey

    Kirsten is the Global Chief Financial Officer for iMS Global, an organisation that implements high impact consumer brand strategy all over the world.  With over 24 years experience Kirsten was instrumental in the growth of iMS into global offices in Europe, China, Singapore and India and has played a vital role in their development as profitable regions.

    Having lived in the Hawkesbury her whole life, Kirsten has a strong connection to the ethos of the Pink Finss and has been the Management Accountant for the Pink Finss since it started in 2010.  Kirsten not only brings a high level of commercial experience but connects with the Charity personally after losing her own mother to breast cancer.