Kimberley Ports Authority governing body is a board of seven directors appointed by and responsible to the Minister for Transport.
The Board sets the strategic direction of KPA.
Mr Waldock was appointed to the Board on 1 January 2019 and his current term expires on 31 December 2021.
Mr Waldock has more than 35 years’ experience in strategic management with expertise in organisational reform. His appointment as Director General of Transport followed a 20 year career with various State Government transport agencies with 15 years as CEO. He was appointed the inaugural head of three Transport agencies in May 2010, Director General Transport, Commissioner Main Roads WA and Chief Executive Officer of the Public Transport Authority. Prior to his public sector career Reece held a number senior management roles with BHP.
Mr Waldock is currently Chair of Lifeline WA, Chair of the Planning and Research Centre (PATREC), a Director of Infrastructure Australia and a Commissioner of NTC.
He has a Master of Business and a Bachelor of Science (Metallurgy with distinction) is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Mr Mofflin was appointed to the Board on 21 October 2013 and his current term expires on 30 June 2020.
Mr Mofflin has broad experience in the engineering sector, including overall business management, strategic planning, business acquisition, project advisory and due diligence; technology commercialisation, and project management. In recent times he has been engaged in developing bankable feasibilities and delivery strategies for multi-billion dollar mining projects.
Mr Mofflin is a civil engineer, and holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge. He is currently a non-executive director of Engineering Education Australia, and a past Chair of the WA Centre for Engineering Leadership and Management.
Ms Dartnell was appointed to the inaugural KPA Board from 1 July 2015, with her term expiring on 31 December 2020.
Ms Dartnell is an operational leader with significant experience developed within global resources, manufacturing and consulting companies. Ms Dartnell is Founding Director of Continuo, a management consultancy who advise clients in the areas of business improvement, supply chain optimisation and workforce engagement.
Ms Dartnell is the current Chairman of the Board of Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and the WA Chair of NAWO (the National Association of Women in Operations).
Ms Bergersen was appointed to the Board on 1 July 2018 and her current term expires on 30 June 2020.
Ms Bergersen is a resident of Broome and has extensive experience as a corporate executive in not-for-profit and commercial sectors working in state, national and international roles in Perth, Sydney and Japan.
Ms Bergersen has held various directorships most notably eight years as Australian subsidiary director Transhex Group SA, five years Australian director foreign private services company NZ and past chair of the Ear Science Institute Australia executive board for five years. She is currently on the board of the Broome Chamber of Commerce and the Shire of Broome Economic Development Advisory Committee.
Mr Larsen was appointed to the Board on 1 July 2019 and his current term expires on 30 June 2022.
Paul has experience as a senior executive in the transport and infrastructure industries.
For the past 12 years Paul as CEO of Arc Infrastructure has lead the transformation of both the rail network and the broader business. Paul recognises the significance of Arc Infrastructure’s role in managing significant transport infrastructure (5,500kms of rail network) and wants to make a positive difference in the communities across the state. During the last 12 year Arc has undertaken over $2 billion of investment in the open access rail network. Arc has increased freight transported by rail by over 100 percent in this same period
Paul sits on the board of Youth Focus, an independent West Australian not-for-profit working to reduce youth suicide. In 2017, 2018 and 2019 Paul took part in the Hawaiian Ride for Youth spending five days riding 700 kilometres from Albany to Perth to raise money for the important work Youth Focus undertakes in preventing youth suicide.
The Kimberley Ports Authority Board of Directors hold regular full board meetings with three reporting sub Committees being the:
Governance sub Committee, chaired by Reece Waldock
Audit and Human Resources sub Committee chaired by Paul Larsen
Risk sub-Committee, chaired by David Mofflin