Our People

RMAC are proud to work with our industry delivery partners and steakholders in unlocking seven billion dollars in growth for Australian red meat and livestock businesses.

Our industry delivery partners include the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework, Boyce Assurance Services,  Kristine Kenins, Minchin Moore Wealth Management and 23 Wise Words.


Our Board

The RMAC Board is made up of Directors who are skilled in all aspects of agribusiness across the red meat supply chain,
governance and regulatory affairs and led by an Independent Chair.


Don Mackay

Don Mackay joined the Board of RMAC in October 2016, bringing with him over 40 years’ experience in major corporate agriculture in Australia. This includes Managing Director of Rangers Valley Pty Ltd, Managing Director of Agricultural Co Ltd (AAco) and General Manager of Elders. Don has extensive experience in raising funds in capital markets in Australia, Britain, North America and Asia; and investment management.

Currently, Don has a number of other non-executive roles including Chairman of B&W Rural Pty Ltd, Director and Chairman of Seymour Whyte Pty Ltd, Chairman of New Harvest Investment Management, Director of the Queensland Investment Corporation Agribusiness Industry Advisory Board and non-executive Director of Thames Pastoral Co Pty Ltd. Don has been actively involved in industry not-for- profit associations in key leadership roles of the immediate past president of the Australian Lot Feeders Association and past president of the Australian Council of Livestock Agents (ACLA). He is also the immediate past Chair of the Meat & Livestock Australia Board Selection Committee.

Holding management qualifications from the University of NSW and the Australian Graduate School of Management, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors; Don was also awarded the “Centenary Medal” by the Prime Minister for “Distinguished Service to Primary Industry”. Don is currently on the RMAC Finance, Audit & Risk Committee.

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Bryce Camm

Bryce was elected President of the Australian Lot Feeders’ Association in October 2018 and is the Chief Executive Officer of the Camm Agricultural Group; and the Vice President of Australia’s preeminent celebration of all things beef, Beef Australia.

Bryce has been actively involved with the Australian Lot Feeders’ Association as Councilor since 2007 and was the second ever chair of the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework Sustainability Steering Group.

Bryce holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Communications from Bond University, and was the 2014 recipient of the Rabobank Emerging Leader Award.

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David Galvin

Mr David Galvin was elected Chairman of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council in October 2019, and officially commenced his role as chairman in February 2020.

David Galvin is the former chair of the Australian Livestock Export Corporation (Livecorp) and has extensive experience in the northern pastoral industry, land management, infrastructure and tourism development.

David served as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Torres Strait Regional Authority from 1995 to 2000, CEO of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) from 2001 to 2012 and the Director of Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia from 2010 to 2012.

He is on the Advisory Board of the North Queensland Livestock Recovery Agency (NQLIRA), a non-member Director of the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee), an Advisory Board Member of Paga Hill Development Company in Papua New Guinea, Managing Director of Tubarao Investments Pty Ltd and on the Executive Committee of the Queensland Livestock Export Association.

David holds a Master of International Development from Deakin University, Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, a Member of Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Certified CEO.

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Gary Hardwick

Gary Hardwick of Hardwick Meats has been in the processing industry for both the domestic and export markets for over 40 years.

Gary is a qualified accountant, Gary is a qualified Accountant, a Director of the Australian Meat Processors Corporation (AMPC) and Director of Australian Meat Industry Superannuation Trust (AMIST). Gary has held many positions on various boards sharing his experience in the production, processing and retail sectors of the red meat industry.

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Tony Hegarty

Tony Hegarty was elected president of Cattle Council in 2018, having served as a Cattle Council board director for five years and as vice president since 2014.

Tony runs a family beef enterprise at Cassilis in the Hunter Valley of NSW. He has been involved in a range of primary production enterprises at grassroots and business management levels in the Hunter Valley since completing a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Sydney University in 1980. Tony has also undertaken the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Foundations of Directorship Course.

He holds some 30 years extensive agricultural and environmental knowledge and experience in the Upper Hunter, along with community representation locally and throughout NSW and is on the Board of Hunter Local Land Services and the National Farmers Federation.

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Chris Mirams

Chris Mirams has 30 years’ experience in farm management and has served in senior governance roles in a range of organisations including Meat & Livestock Australia, the MLA Donor Company and Integrity Systems Company.

He is part of the Graham Centre Industry Advisory Panel in NSW, providing advice to the board, and spent nine years as a director of the Holbrook Landcare Network. He brings knowledge in governance, finance, sheep production systems, research and the application of new technologies on-farm to combine with his leadership and organisational development skills. Chris has spent many years in hands-on roles on-farm as well, managing Woomargama Station in New South Wales for nearly 20 years and Humula Station for four years. Chris is a graduate of the Australian Rural Leadership Program and the Australian Institute of Company Directors ‘Company Directors Course’. Chris’ role at SPA is Chair which involves providing leadership to a new skills based board, under a new governance structure.

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Terry Nolan

Terry Nolan is a Director of Nolan Meats Pty Ltd a family–owned, integrated meat processing company situated in Gympie SE Queensland. Terry has hands on experience in a range of activities including cattle breeding, backgrounding, feedlotting, beef processing, wholesaling and distribution of quality beef products to the Australian and International markets.

With over 40 years’ experience in our industry Terry has seen a lot of change, learnt some lessons and expect to see the rate of change only increase going forward. Terry is a past Chairman of AMIC (2005-2011) and been involved in a wide range of industry committees with an aim to improve the image and performance of our industry.

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Chief Executive Officer

Anna Neelagama

Anna uses her not-for-profit executive and company secretary experience, to unpack and solve complex organisational problems and translate them into ground outcomes for small businesses – supporting the view that a whole-of-supply-chain framework approach, along with strong government relationships are core to achieving customer confidence and business growth, for Australia’s red meat and livestock industry.

Anna believes that change is the only constant for business and food producers, and that good policy leads to a better Australia, and great policy to an exceptional and prosperous red meat and livestock industry.

As well as being invited to be part of the exclusive KPMG Agrifood Leaders Program + Traction Tour, Anna is a proud supporter of Meat Business Women and has addressed audiences across APAC, to advance the industry’s strategic directions.

Further to launching the State of the Industry report, collaborating on the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework and facilitating Red Meat 2030, Anna wholeheartedly supports the industry goal: Aussie red meat to be the most trusted, revered and high value meat in the world and for everyone to benefit from its nutritional value.