The Board

Bronwyn Price

Board Member, Australia

Bronwyn is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand, bringing over 30 years of experience to the Board, with particular focus on agricultural and large corporate accounts. She is also a Certified Internal Auditor and Business Coach, with an in-depth understanding of businesses risks and the associated development of strong policies and procedures to mitigate them. Bronwyn also has extensive experience with not-for-profits and charities, ensuring robust financial management in this sector. She is passionate about wild and remote places, and their inherent natural and cultural diversity. Read More

Pietro Girgenti

Board Member, Australia

Originally from rural Australia, Pietro brings a strong legal and business background. Having built and led a successful practice that serviced clients across Queensland and the NT in Commercial Law, Business Law, Corporations Law and Agricultural Law he is now Director of a private IT enterprise. As a lawyer Pietro was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia. Read More

John McDonald

Board Member, Europe

John is based in the UK. He is an investment specialist and has extensive networks across Europe, Asia and Africa, and brings a strong governance background. His professional background has given John wide-ranging exposure to multinational entities including World Bank, UN, Asian Development Bank, the European Union and a range of large corporations. John’s expertise assists to guide Forever Wild’s pathways for investors. John is a member of the Personal Finance Society and Read More

Fiachra Kearney

Board Member, Australia

Fiachra's career has spanned the globe, tackling some of planet’s most pressing environmental and societal challenges. He has extensive experience in Africa, Australia and S.E. Asia working with diverse landscapes and cultures. He conceived and leads Forever Wild as he believes we must link natural and social capital with the economic system in a truly sustainable way, and implement new ways to produce food while protecting our planet. He advocates thinking at a spatial, societal and temporal scale that is truly meaningful - if we don't think at scale we won't act at scale. Read More

Terry Carmichael

Board Member, Australia

An ecologist, Terry completed Australia’s first protected area management course at Queensland University, Gatton campus in the early 1980’s. After a short time as a park ranger he worked for over three decades on national captive breeding programs for endangered species and nature education programs, and worked extensively with print and visual media outlets emphasizing the plight of Australia’s threatened wildlife. Terry is deeply involved in conservation efforts of Northern Australia and specifically on the Wet Tropics World Heritage area. Terry has extensive networks in ecological science and government.