The Premier appointed the following Public Service Commission Advisory Board members:

  • Sandra McPhee AM (Chair)
  • Vince Graham AM
  • Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz
  • Jordan O'Reilly
  • Tim Reardon (Secretary, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet)
  • Michael Pratt AM (Secretary, NSW Treasury)
  • Kathrina Lo (NSW Public Service Commissioner)

Our external members of the Advisory Board are: 

Ms Sandra McPhee AM (Chair) has extensive experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in a range of major public, Commonwealth and State government, and not-for-profit organisations including utilities, energy, health, retail, tourism and aviation. Sandra was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2003 and a Member of the Order of Australia in 2013. In 2015, Sandra authored the Commonwealth Public Service Commission Workforce Planning Strategy Report, “Unlocking Potential”. In 2019, she chaired the Australian Government, Expert Advisory Panel review of Employment Services. The resultant report, “I Want to Work’ was accepted by Government in March 2019 and recommendations are being prepared for implementation.

Mr Vince Graham AM is a Director of the Australian Rail Track Corporation Board and the Western Sydney Airport Corporation. He retired as CEO of Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy and Essential Energy in December 2015, having led the NSW Government’s electricity network reform program since July 2012. His leadership career has been in State and Commonwealth owned corporations; where his role was to lead strategic reform to improve the safety, customer service and efficiency of capital and operating programs. In June 2017, Mr Graham was honoured with a Member of the Order of Australia for his significant contribution to the rail and electricity sectors.

Ms Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz is the CEO and Managing Director of Mirvac. Susan has also held senior executive positions at LaSalle Investment Management, MGPA, Macquarie Group and Lend Lease Corporation, working in Australia, the US and Europe. Susan is the immediate Past President of the Property Council of Australia, Chair of the Green Building Council of Australia, President of Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires (INSEAD) Australasian Council and a member of the INSEAD Global Board.

Mr Jordan O’Reilly is the CEO and co-founder of Hireup, an online platform connecting Australians with disability with support workers who fit their needs and share their interests. He was awarded the NSW Young Carer of the Year Award in 2011, the Rotary Community Service Award in 2012 and the Sydney University Faculty of Health Science Leadership award in 2013. Jordan has also been awarded the Foundation for Young Australians Changemaker of the Year Award 2014, a Myer Foundation Innovation Fellowship in 2015, Sydney University’s Young Alumni Achievement Award 2015, NSW State Finalist, Young Australian of the Year Award 2015 and was recognised as EY’s 2018 Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year.