Our Board of Directors

Tony Beck

Tony Beck

CHAIR

Tony has been Chair of CAF since its inception. His background in financial services has given him a keen interest in ethical business practices as fundamental to sustainable investment, a fairer community and dignity for vulnerable workers.

He has had senior Management experience as Group Executive at ME Bank and National Secretary of the FSU. He has also had Board experience as Director of Industry Super Funds (Finsuper/IFS), Chair of MEPM (wholly owned subsidiary of ME Bank) and is currently Chair of ACTU Member Connect.

His key focus within CAF has been to cultivate constructive relationships across the building services supply chain, build a high performing professional secretariat to trial and implement an effective assurance mechanism, work to ensure CAFs financial stability, and maintain high standards of corporate governance.

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Andrew Corones

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Andrew was appointed to his current position as National General Manager Operation – Cleaning, Business and Industry at ISS Facility Services Australia in 2019. He is responsible for leading operational teams nationally in service delivery excellence, with a dedicated focus on staff satisfaction and customer engagement, within a global provider of facility services.

Andrew has enjoyed a successful career leading cleaning service teams for over 24 years in a variety of sectors, including commercial, retail, government, industrial, education and manufacturing.

Starting his career as a cleaner at Ashford Hospital, Andrew brings an acute understanding of the working environment to his role. His focus on engagement and ethical employment is reflective of his experiences, and his commitment to creating a culture of respect.

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Steven Peters

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Steven Peters is the Sustainability Manager at ISPT and has 20 years’ experience in green building performance and sustainability, delivering innovative environmental solutions within the built environment.

Steven is driven by the opportunity to facilitate and implement leading edge solutions that ensure strategic and integrated sustainability outcomes.

He has worked with State and Federal Government, local councils, property developers, large corporates and community groups to demonstrate sustainability measures across residential, commercial, industrial and community facilities.

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Lyndal Ryan

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Lyndal Ryan is National Director for Property Services with United Workers Union and has extensive experience representing the interests of property services union members, to employers, before tribunals, to government and to politicians.

Lyndal was instrumental in campaign and policy work in Canberra that lead to the introduction of the ACT Portable Long Service Leave scheme for cleaners.  She also led other campaigns that resulted in policy or legislative changes, including the ACT Code of Best Employment Practices (a work health and safety initiative) and the introduction of legislated workplace rights training for security officers.

Lyndal is a member of a number of boards and committees, including the Secure Local Jobs Code Ministerial Advisory Council.

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Sandra Silea

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Sandra Silea is a Senior Associate in the ESG and Stewardship team at AustralianSuper. With seven years of experience in ESG, she works within AustralianSuper’s Investments team to integrate ESG considerations into investment processes and conduct stewardship activities (voting and company engagement).
 
Sandra coordinates AustralianSuper’s response to modern slavery risks in its investment portfolio and also sits on the Steering Committee of Investors Against Slavery and Trafficking APAC. Sandra is passionate about the social dimension of ESG and the positive impact integrating social aspects has on investment outcomes and outcomes for individuals.
 
Previously, Sandra worked for political campaigns and non for profits focussed on international affairs and diplomacy in the US.
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Rebecca Stark

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Rebecca is a Coordinator of Property Services at the United Workers Union, and is responsible for the union’s investor strategy and stakeholder engagement.  Rebecca has worked in the union movement for 15 years, in various research, campaign, responsible investment and capital stewardship roles. Throughout that time, she has maintained a focus on working with the union’s cleaning members to campaign for better wages and conditions, and to ensure their hard work is valued and respected.

In 2013, Rebecca worked with CAF’s founding partner, AustralianSuper, to set up the Cleaning Accountability Framework (CAF). Rebecca was previously an employee nominated director on the board of the industry superannuation fund, Hostplus.

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Lauren Zanetti

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Lauren is a Senior Advisor at Pillar Two where she supports businesses to understand and respect human rights, using a principled, integrated and practical approach.

Lauren was previously Acting Director of International Engagement and Business and Human Rights at the Australian Human Rights Commission (Commission). In her work at the Commission Lauren assisted the government and the corporate sector to understand and increase business respect for human rights, and with a particular focus on promoting human rights-based responses to modern slavery risk management.

Prior to joining the Commission, Lauren worked as a lawyer at Clayton Utz, an associate to an Australian Federal Court judge and in public policy and investigation roles. She also Co-Chaired the Business and Human Rights Subcommittee for the NGO, Australian Lawyers For Human Rights, and led their business and human rights advocacy work.