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Executive Team

  • Emma Skulander

    Emma Skulander

    Acting Chief Executive

    Emma brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the acting Chief Executive role, having joined Health Infrastructure as Chief Operating Officer in 2021 to drive organisational strategy and lead a diverse shared business services function.

    Emma is a natural communicator and effective problem solver, with diversity of executive and project leadership experience across private and public sector organisations. As a strategic thinker, Emma distils complex issues and balances policy, risk and compliance needs with effective, efficient and commercially savvy outcomes.

    Commencing her career in medical research, Emma holds a Bachelor of Science in Medical Microbiology, post-graduate qualifications in Executive Leadership and is an Australian Institute of Company Directors graduate. Prior to HI, Emma held a variety of executive roles in consultancy and has extensive experience leading major projects in government including health, research and higher education infrastructure planning and delivery.

    Emma is a kind, reliable and positive leader and applies a unique perspective to the Acting Chief Executive role that brings together project delivery expertise with strong business, risk and financial acumen. Externally she strives to build strong relationships across NSW Health and NSW Government to drive innovative, sustainable and collaborative outcomes for the health system and the construction industry.

    Connect with Emma on LinkedIn.

  • Bruno Zinghini

    Bruno Zinghini

    Executive Director, Western Region

    With a career spanning over 30 years in the public sector, Bruno has a long history of delivering infrastructure projects that benefit the community. Bruno was key a contributor in the establishment of Health Infrastructure, 15 years ago, as a specialist agency to oversee the planning, design, procurement and construction of health capital works in NSW

    In his role as Executive Director, Bruno oversees Health Infrastructure’s Western Region, which includes some of Australia’s largest and most complex health capital work projects, including Nepean Hospital, Campbelltown Hospital, new Shellharbour Hospital, Shoalhaven Hospital, the Liverpool Health and Academic Precinct and the new Bankstown Hospital.

    Bruno works closely with stakeholders including Local Health Districts, NSW Health partners and stakeholders across government, including as Health’s delegate for the NSW Construction Leadership Group, where his knowledge and experience drives reform across government in the development, procurement and delivery of infrastructure and building projects.

    Among other academic achievements, Bruno is a graduate of the Sydney University John Grill - Executive Leadership in Major Projects and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

    Connect with Bruno on LinkedIn.

  • Amanda Bock

    Amanda Bock

    Executive Director, Rural and Regional

    Amanda brings extensive construction leadership experience and business acumen from a career spanning more than 30 years in the construction industry working in both public and private sectors.

    For over ten years Amanda has led diverse and complex infrastructure projects and programs at HI through all stages from planning through to design, construct and commissioning. a The multi-billion dollar rural and regional portfolio is extensive and includes projects as diverse as the $835 million John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct in Newcastle and the $260 million Eurobodalla Regional Hospital in Moruya on the south coast to the $30 million Wentworth redevelopment in the far south west of NSW, a small but very important rural hospital that provides a range of much needed services for the local community.

    Amanda holds qualifications in Architecture, Construction Management and Public Administration. Prior to joining HI, Amanda led multidisciplinary teams and projects including at Campus Living Villages, Centennial and Moore Park Trust and APP Corporation. Amanda brings an understanding of both public and private sector perspectives to HI, giving insight into both commercial and government outcomes.

    Connect with Amanda on LinkedIn.

  • Leisa Rathborne

    Leisa Rathborne

    Executive Director, Northern

    Leisa Rathborne is a dynamic Executive leader with over 30 years experience in NSW Health leading high-performing teams across Health services and infrastructure development.   

    As the Executive Director of Health Infrastructure’s Northern Region, Leisa leads a team of highly skilled professionals to deliver a multi-billion dollar portfolio stretching from Sydney’s North Shore and parts of Greater Sydney north to the Central Coast. Current projects include the $940 million Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Redevelopment, $479 million Ryde Hospital Redevelopment, $619 million The Childrens Hospital at Westmead Redevelopment Stage 2, $658 million Sydney Children’s Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1 and the new Rouse Hill Hospital.  

    Prior to joining Health Infrastructure in 2019, Leisa held a number of positions in NSW Health including several General Manager positions across Sydney at St George, Royal Hospital for Women, Campbelltown and Camden hospitals. She was also Director of Corporate and Finance at Bankstown Hospital and Physiotherapy Service Manager at Fairfield Hospital.

    A strong believer in continuous learning, Leisa started her career as a physiotherapist and quickly rose to leadership positions. Leisa holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Health Management and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Australian Public Service Commission Women in Leadership Program.

    Connect with Leisa on LinkedIn.

  • Krystle Gray

    Krystle Gray

    Acting Chief Operating Officer

    Krystle is an accomplished leader with a career spanning 20 years predominantly in frontline agencies and complex, regulated environments. She is an expert in strategy, communications, organisational change, risk and issues management, and government relations.

    In her substantive role as head of Communications and Engagement at Health Infrastructure, and having led multidisciplinary teams across the transport, energy, water and services sectors prior, Krystle has a deep understanding of machinery of government, the socio-political environment, and infrastructure delivery.

    Krystle is strategic, results-driven and agile, with a collaborative leadership style that has underpinned success in building high-performing, multi-disciplinary teams. She has been a trusted advisor to executives and Boards throughout her career and brings to the Health Infrastructure leadership team a passion for integrating stakeholder priorities into organisational decision-making.

    Connect with Krystle on LinkedIn.

  • Troy Harvey

    Troy Harvey

    Executive Director, Capital and Commercial Advisory

    Troy brings extensive executive leadership experience in the development of projects across NSW government and private sectors, and a strong track record in leading complex procurement deals and leveraging commercial partnerships for great project outcomes.

    Between 2010 and 2019, Troy led a number of Health Infrastructure capital projects, Public-Private-Partnerships and portfolios. In 2019 he joined the Western Parkland City Authority as Executive Director leading the Planning and Development functions for the Aerotropolis, including the proposed new Bradfield City Centre.

    Troy’s extensive experience in public and private sector investment models as well as a substantial background in infrastructure planning and development, makes Troy a valued member of our Executive Leadership Team to deliver NSW Health’s vision for partnerships and greater health outcomes.

    Connect with Troy on LinkedIn.

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