Alwyn Vorster

Managing Director

Alwyn commenced as Chief Executive Officer of BCI in May 2016 and was appointed as Managing Director in September 2016.  He has more than 25 years' experience with numerous mining houses in technical and commercial management roles covering the total supply chain from mine to market for iron ore, coal and other minerals.

He has most recently been employed as Group Executive Mining at Australian Capital Equity, and other recent roles include Chief Executive Officer of API Management, the company responsible for developing the multi-billion dollar West Pilbara Project; and Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Iron Ore Holdings Ltd.

Kerryl Bradshaw

Chief Financial Officer

Kerryl Bradshaw

Kerryl commenced as Chief Financial Officer in January 2022. With a strong background in chartered accounting, she has more than 20 years’ experience leading significant value-creating business transformations within the Resources and Services Industries.

Joining BCI from Microsoft, Kerryl previously held the role of Director of Resources Industry with responsibility for advancing the business in the global mining, infrastructure, oil and gas and manufacturing sectors. Prior to this, Kerryl was APAC Regional Director at Advisian (Worley subsidiary) as well as previously holding senior roles at Rio Tinto including General Manager Innovation, General Manager Strategy and Systems and Acting President South America Operations.

Sam Bennett

Chief Development Officer

Sam was promoted to Chief Development Officer in March 2022, after joining BCI in November 2020 as Project Director for the Mardie Salt & Potash Project. He has more than 20 years’ experience leading major infrastructure projects in the UK, Singapore, Indonesia, the UAE and Australia.

Most recently, he worked for WSP Global as Director of Resources for Australia and other recent roles include PMC Project Director for the $10 billion Roy Hill Iron Ore Project and Project Manager on Fortescue Metals Group’s $2.4 billion T155 Rail & Port expansion.

Kim Boekeman

Head of People and Culture

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Kim commenced as Head of People and Culture in January 2022. She has more than 20 years of local and global experience in a variety of Human Resources and external consulting positions.

Kim joined BCI from the London based company Assala Energy (a large oil & gas company) where she was a Global HR Leader. Previous positions include a Global HR Director role with British Petroleum (BP) in London, a Senior HR Manager for ANZ Bank in Melbourne and a Senior Organisational Development Consultant with the consulting company The Nous Group.

Angela Glover

Head of Corporate Affairs

Jim Cooper

Angela has been as Head of Corporate Affairs of BCI since November 2020. She comes from an agricultural background and has over 20 years of experience in the resource and industry sectors.

She has most recently been employed as Vice President, Social and External Relations for BBI Group Pty Ltd, and other recent roles include General Manager Land Access, Heritage and Approvals for Atlas Iron, Project Manager of the Balla Balla Project for Aurox Resources and before that spent 8 years in operational roles in northern Western Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory with WMC Resources and Alcan Gove.

Stephanie Majteles

General Counsel / Joint Company Secretary

Stephanie Majteles

Stephanie was appointed as General Counsel at BCI in January 2019 and has 18 years’ experience in the projects and resources industries, with significant experience at both a top tier law firm and in-house at a large global resources company. She is responsible for management of both the Legal and Company Secretarial functions and has extensive experience in providing project development and operational advice, mining and resources law, project acquisitions and divestments, tenure and land access, project finance, commercial contracts and corporate governance.

Prior to joining BCI, Stephanie held senior roles at Rio Tinto providing strategic development and approvals advice to Rio Tinto Iron Ore, working on an integrated network of 16 iron ore mines, four port terminals and a 1,700 km rail network and related infrastructure.