The Board of the trustee company is responsible for all decisions about our management.

Tasplan is jointly sponsored by the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI), Unions Tasmania and the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT).

Board Members

NaomiEdwards 0217 0034 200wNaomi Edwards, Chair


Start date: 14 October 2011

Committee membership: Remuneration committee, Investment committee

Naomi Edwards is currently a lecturer in commercial actuarial practice at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.

Naomi is a Director of the Tasmanian Economic Development Board, the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees and Propel Funeral Partners. She was formerly Chairman of Australian Ethical Investments, Trustee of Australian Ethical Super and Director at Trowbridge Consulting. She was previously an actuarial consultant and Partner at Deloitte.

Roslyn Roz MadsenRoslyn (Roz) Madsen

MBA, Master Industrial Relations, Adv Dip Business Management, BA, GAICD

Start date: 4 March 2011

Committee membership: Investment committee

Roz Madsen is the Tasmanian State Manager of the Australian Education Union. She is the President of Unions Tasmania and a Director of Worker Assist. Roz also holds membership with the Australian Industrial Relations Society and Women in Super. In 2015, Roz was inducted to the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women for her contribution to advocating for working women's rights.

Steve WalshSteve Walsh

Start date: 10 October 2014

Committee membership: Audit, risk and compliance committee, Remuneration committee

Steve Walsh was formally the Secretary of Unions Tasmania. He was previously a State Organiser for the AMWU and has been involved with unions for over 30 years at state, national and international levels. He is currently a Director of the Work Cover Board. He was previously a Director of Media Super and the Skills Council.

Paul ArnoldPaul Arnold


Start date: 24 March 2015

Committee membership: Investment committee

Principal of Paul Arnold Consulting, Paul has extensive experience in management, including over a decade as General Manager of Burnie City Council. He is Deputy Chair of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Director of WorkCover Tasmania, Director of Agritas Trade College, Director of Launceston City Mission and Chairman of Circular Head Christian School. He is also Chair of the audit committees for three North West Tasmanian councils. Paul is heavily involved in dairying and leases eight farms, mainly from Asian investors, which produce over 20 million litres of milk each year.

Susan ParrSusan Parr

BA, GradDipEd(EC), MAICD

Start date: 24 March 2015

Committee membership: Administration committee, Remuneration committee

Susan Parr was the CEO of St Ann’s Homes from 1997 to 2016. She is a graduate of a Harvard Business School program on negotiation. Susan has over thirty years’ experience in leadership positions on a range of boards including Aged and Community Services Tasmania and is currently Chair of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Frank BartaFrank Barta


Start date: 1 December 2015

Committee membership: Investment committee, Audit, risk and compliance committee

Frank Barta was a Quadrant Super director for over 12 years. He is currently Director of Tasmanian Community Fund, as well as the Corporate Treasurer of Clarence City Council, having been Chief Financial Officer of that organisation for 20 years. Frank has worked on various professional committees and voluntary boards over the years, most recently as Treasurer of Guilford Young College in Hobart. 

BrianScullin 0217 0005 200WBrian Scullin


Start date: 18 July 2016

Committee membership: Investment committee (Chair)

Brian was President of RBF from December 2013 to July 2016. After a career in the federal government public sector, Brian served as the inaugural Executive Director of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) and in various executive roles with Bankers Trust and as Regional Head of Asia/Pacific with Deutsche Asset Management. He has held a number of non-executive industry roles including the Investment and Financial Services Association, the State Super Financial Services and BT Investment Management Limited. He is currently Chair of Propel Funeral Partners (previously known as FuneralVest Limited), Tasmanian Development Board and Hastings Fund Management and Director of Possability/Oak and Macquarie Point Development Corporation.

John MazengarbJohn Mazengarb


Start date: 18 July 2016

Committee membership: Audit, risk and compliance committee (Chair)

John was a Director of RBF from September 2013 to July 2016. He is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years consulting experience with PwC, IBM and Litmus Group. In recent years he has also held several contract senior executive roles in Tasmanian Government businesses overseeing planning and delivery of major business transformation projects.

John is a Non-Executive Director, National Councillor and member of the Tasmanian State Council of the Governance Institute of Australia. He is Chair of the Clarence City Council Audit Committee and Independent Member of the TasBuild Limited Investment Committee. He is Chair of the Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission Centralised Long Service Leave Fund Investment Committee, Non-Executive Director of Mafematica Pty Ltd and Executive Director of GSD Advisors Pty Ltd.