Senior Management

Alan Tilley
Chief Financial Officer

 Alan Tilley by VB    

Alan Tilley is a seasoned senior executive and finance professional with over 30 years’ experience across a broad range of sectors and geographies. Alan joined Quickstep as Chief Financial Officer in June 2018 and prior to that was Interim CFO at Murray Goulburn for 12 months. Previous to Murray Goulburn, Alan was Group CFO with NRMA Motoring and Services with a broad range of responsibilities including Thrifty Car Rental, Finance, Treasury, ICT, and Procurement. Before joining NRMA Motoring and Services Alan held senior Finance roles with Brambles (based in Brussels, Belgium), and Transfield. Alan started his career with Price Waterhouse including a 3 year secondment to their Paris office. Alan was instrumental in implementing an innovative funding solution for Thrifty Car Rental and is passionate about driving improved business performance. Alan has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UNSW, is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Graduate of the AICD.

Jacque Courtney-Pitman
Chief Human Resources Officer

JCP 2016

Jacque Courtney-Pitman joined Quickstep Holdings in March 2016 having previously held the role of General Manager, Corporate Services for Devine Limited.  Prior to this she held senior human resources positions with large companies from diverse industries including Jones Lang LaSalle, Veolia Water, Coca Cola, Berri and Wyndham Vacation Resorts.  Jacque brings over 20 years’ experience in strategic and operational human resources and business support functions and is passionate about developing and driving HR strategies across all levels of the business, to a achieve strong, performance driven and inclusive culture.  Jacque holds a Masters of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resources, and other post graduate studies in Career Counselling, WH&S, and Training which are complemented by other executive leadership programs from ASGM and AICD.

Ross Mahon
Chief Business Development and Technical Officer

 Rosco 2017

Ross Mahon is a highly experienced manufacturing and engineering professional with over 30 years of experience in the global automotive industry, joining Quickstep Holding in January 2017.  Prior to joining Quickstep, Ross was based in China for the past 6 years, with the most recent role as Futuris COO Asia Pacific, with revenues in excess of $300 million and 3,000 direct reports.  Since starting his career with Ford, Ross has worked in diverse roles including manufacturing, purchasing engineering, business development and general management with companies including Venture Industries, Plexicor and Futuris.  He has played a key role in the conquest and winning of new customer contracts in USA, China, Thailand and Australia including the introduction and commercialisation of new technology.  Ross has had significant experience in M&A, strategic partnerships, technology agreements and establishing and operating Joint Ventures.  The experience in Asia has also included the establishment and operation of several greenfield sites.  Ross has completed a number of post graduate studies including a Masters of Business Administration from RMIT.         

Gary Robinson
Executive General Manager Operations

 Gary Robinson

Gary Robinson is an executive manager with extensive experience across Operations, Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, Supply Chain, Product Development and M&A in medical devices, automotive and defence industries. Prior to joining Quickstep, he spent 17 years at ResMed in senior management roles with the most recent being responsible for the operation and integration of an acquired medical device business in Austin, Texas. Immediately prior to this, he was responsible for ResMed’s global supply base where he focused on the development of strategic partnerships to drive quality, value and innovation.

Gary is an Aeronautical Engineer and has a Masters of Business Administration from the AGSM. In addition, he has completed courses in Negotiation, Project Management, OH&S and Coaching.