- Brian O'Donnell - Chair: Non-Executive
- David Boshoff - Managing Director
- Gabrielle Bell – Non-Executive Director
- Miriam Stanborough AM - Non-Executive Director
- Richard Court AC – Non-Executive Director
- Garret Dixon - Non-Executive Director
- Chris Salisbury - Non-Executive Director
In addition to being Chair of BCI, Brian is Director, Finance and Investments for the Australian Capital Equity Pty Limited (ACE) group, which includes BCI’s largest shareholder, Wroxby Pty Ltd. He is a director of various ACE group companies, including companies active in the property, agricultural and investment sectors.
Brian is also a non-executive director of the Guide Dog Foundation Pty Ltd, and a Commissioner of the West Australian Football Commission. He is a former director of Capilano Honey Limited, Iron Ore Holdings Limited, Coates Group Holdings Pty Ltd, WesTrac Pty Ltd, Landis & Gyr AG, Fremantle Football Club Ltd and YMCA of Perth Inc. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has 38 years' experience in the finance and investment industry.
David was appointed Managing Director in November 2022 and brings more than 20 years’ leadership experience in the mining industry to BCI, including the delivery of large capital projects.
Prior to joining BCI Minerals, David has held the role of Chief Operating Officer and then Chief Executive Officer at Bravus Mining and Resources and during this time led the start‐up of the Carmichael coal mine to full production and executed a number of large capital projects with full safety, schedule, scope and capital cost accountability. Prior to joining Bravus Mining and Resources, David was the general manager at BHP’s Mt Arthur Coal and Daunia mines and was instrumental in commencing production ramp‐up on schedule at BHP’s Caval Ridge mine.
David holds an Executive Masters in Business Administration from the University of Melbourne Business School and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He also holds a Master in Mining Engineering from the University of Pretoria.
Gabrielle Bell is a corporate lawyer and company director, with broad experience working in Australia and South East Asia. Ms Bell utilises her corporate governance, risk identification and legal transaction skills as a non-executive director in the Australian property sector and the Victorian water sector, and has previously held director roles in the Australian superannuation and public transport sectors.
Gabrielle has degrees in Law and Chemical Engineering, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and has a special interest in occupational health and safety and climate change issues.
Ms Bell is currently the Chairperson of Yarra Valley Water Corporation and a non-executive director of Aware Real Estate Management Pty Ltd. Ms Bell is a former non-executive director of South East Water Corporation, Aware Super Pty Ltd and V/Line Corporation.
Miriam is a chemical engineer with more than 20 years’ experience in the mineral processing industry across various commodities including copper, uranium, lithium and gold. She has previously held a number of senior roles at Monadelphous, Iluka Resources, Alcoa of Australia and WMC Resources in innovation & technology, technical development, production management, project management, business improvement, HR & diversity strategy, and sales & marketing.
Miriam is a Non-Executive Director of Pilbara Minerals and Australian Vanadium, Chair of the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA), Deputy Chair of the Northern Agricultural Catchments Council (NACC NRM), and Director of ChemCentre and Scouts WA. She holds Honours degrees in Arts and Chemical Engineering, a Masters in Mineral Economics, is a member of the AusIMM, and a graduate of the AICD.
In 2023 Miriam was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her significant service to the minerals and mining sector, and to the community.
Richard is a former Premier and Treasurer of Western Australia (1993 to 2001) and served as Australia’s Ambassador to Japan (2016 to 2020). He has held Chairman roles of various companies over the last two decades, including GRD Minproc and Iron Ore Holdings. In 2003, Richard was appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) for his service to the WA Parliament and the community, particularly the Indigenous community, in the areas of child health research, cultural heritage and economic development.
Garret is an experienced and accomplished senior executive with extensive experience in the resources, transport, and contracting sectors in Australia and overseas. His work in both private and ASX listed companies spans more than three decades, having worked in senior executive roles for major mine owners, mine operators and contractors.
Garret’s career includes various roles with civil construction and contract mining group, Henry Walker Eltin Ltd, Managing Director of logistics company Mitchell Corporation, Managing Director of ASX listed Gindalbie Metals Ltd. Most recently, Garret held the position of Executive VP Alcoa & President Bauxite of Alcoa Corporation where he was responsible for the global bauxite mining business.
Garret currently holds the position of Non-Executive Chair of Dynamic Group Holdings Ltd and is a Non-Executive Director of MLG (Oz) Ltd and Chalice Mining Ltd. Garret is a former Non-Executive Chair of Fenix Resources Ltd.
Garret has a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and a Master of Business Administration and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Chris is a highly experienced mining executive, with over 30 years of global experience across senior strategic and operational roles for the Rio Tinto Group, including a number of years as member of the Executive Committee.
During his long career, he has worked across a diverse range of commodities including bauxite, alumina, aluminium, coal, uranium, salt, copper, and iron ore. He has held a number of senior roles including Chief Executive - Iron Ore and acting Chief Executive - Copper and Coal. He has decades of experience in working with international stakeholders across the globe.
Chris is recognised as a transformational business leader delivering significant improvements across safety, productivity, technology and culture. Rio Tinto Iron Ore is globally recognised as a leader in automation, robotics and big data analytics. He has first-hand knowledge of the business environment across Australia and other regions, and extensive experience in brownfield and greenfield capital development.
Chris has significant board experience in the resources industry including technology and startup companies. He serves on the board of several ASX listed and unlisted entities, and is currently non executive Chair of Deep Yellow Limited (Uranium).
A qualified metallurgical engineer, he is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Stephanie was appointed as General Counsel at BCI in January 2019 and has 18 years' experience in the projects and resources industries, with significant experience at both a top tier law firm and in-house at a large global resources company.
Prior to joining BCI, Stephanie held senior roles at Rio Tinto providing strategic development and approvals advice to Rio Tinto Iron Ore, working on an integrated network of 16 iron ore mines, four port terminals and a 1,700 km rail network and related infrastructure.