WinZero Leadership Team
Chair - Colin Todd
Colin is the current Chair of WinZero. He studied at Sydney University – Bachelor of Economics, and also has a Diploma in Education. After some time as a Primary Teacher in Minto, Colin became an Adult Literacy Officer at Liverpool TAFE. In this position he worked with the Aboriginal community in Western Sydney to help them gain literacy skills.
Colin is currently a partner in Balmoral Pottery studio assisting in the making and teaching program with his wife, Sandy Lockwood.
Deputy Chair - Clive West
Clive was born in England and migrated to Australia when he was 11 years old. He studied economics and law at Monash University before moving to Washington for his Master’s degree in US Government Procurement Law.
In Canberra, he worked in the Attorney-General’s Department for many years, specialising in major projects and when living in Paris for some years he worked in the legal department of the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency.
Clive is a member of the Austral and Boral community committee. He is also active in Bushcare and Landcare and has been an advocate for global warming due to its impact on biodiversity. Clive believes that it’s important for communities to come together to protect our environment.
Secretary - Derek White
Derek was born and raised on a sheep property in Western Queensland. He was educated at the University of Queensland where he studied mining engineering. He then went to work for Mt Isa Mines as a Mining Engineer before progressing into management positions with Delta Gold, GMA Garnet and Pacific Precious Metals.
His work experience also includes time spent in International commodity marketing, project management and environmental impact assessments. .
Derek is an avid tennis player who has played competitively since his childhood days on the family farm. He has also been actively involved in community affairs including nearly 20 years in Rotary at Board level
Treasurer - Richard Krohn
Gaye White spent her early life on the Gold Coast where she witnessed cyclones and extreme floods and beach erosion. She has resided in Brisbane, Mt Isa as well as Sydney and now lives in the Southern Highlands. A teacher by profession, her work has included teaching at Yarrabah Aboriginal Mission, School of the Air in Mt Isa, East Sydney TAFE and adult education at University of Western Sydney.
In 2008 Gaye was CEO for the Dot Com Mob which is a charity that aims to provide internet access for Indigenous communities members while also improving their digital literacy skills.
Gaye’s passions include bush regeneration and her native garden; she even manages to find time to paint every now and then!
Personal Journeys of WinZero Members