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Board Members

Nicholas Curtis, AM

Nick’s career spans more than 30 years in the resources and finance industries. Nick has always had a deep personal interest and commitment to the health care sector.This is evident through Nick’s significant voluntary community involvement in health care. From 2004 until 2011 he was a Director of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. From 1999 he was a Director of St Vincent’s Health Australia Ltd, St Vincent’s Healthcare Ltd and was Chairman of the Board of St Vincent’s & Mater Health Sydney Limited from August 2004 to October 2009. Nick is currently Chairman of the St Vincent’s Precinct Research Executive Council.In 2011 Nick received the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Australian Eastern Division.On 13 June 2011 Nick was awarded an AM (member of the Order of Australia) for his services to the community through executive roles supporting medical research and healthcare organisations and also for his work fostering Australia-China relations.

Peter Leonard

Peter Leonard is a data and technology business lawyer. Peter was a founding partner of Gilbert + Tobin and he has worked as a legal and commercials adviser to global and Asia Pac data, communications and technology businesses for over thirty years. Peter chairs the Australian IoT (Internet of Things) Alliance’s Data Access, Use and Privacy work stream, the Law Society of New South Wales Privacy and Communications Committee and the Australian Computer Society’s Arti cial Intelligence Ethics Committee. He serves on a number of advisory boards, including the NSW Data Analytics Centre, and a number of boards of directors. He is a former global chair of the International Bar Association’s Technology Committee, former global vice-chair of the IBA’s Communications Committee and former director of iappANZ.

Steven Rubic

With over 25 years’ experience in leadership roles in the health services sector, Steven brings a wealth of industry and business expertise to E-Nome.Steven holds a Bachelor’s of Health Administration (UNSW), has completed an MBA (MGSM) and is a Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australasian College of Health Service Management. Presently he is the CEO and Managing Director of I-MED Radiology Network the largest medical imaging network in Australia. Prior to taking on the role at I-MED in 2012, Steven was CEO of St Vincent’s & Mater Health Sydney.He is also a director of the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and has previously served on a number of boards including those of Macquarie University, the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and is a former Chair of the NSW Private Hospital’s Industry Association.


Oskar Buhre

Oskar Buhre has ten years of executive experience in analytical consulting and corporate advisory. In addition, he has been a founding team member of a number of financial service and consumer application start-ups. His comprehensive and intuitive understanding of a business’ core cashflow drivers provides him with the ability to quickly ascertain those drivers, to achieve results efficiently and effectively.

Oliver Curtis

Corporate Advisory and Investment Banking background specialising in the natural resources and start up space. Has advised on multiple billions of dollars worth of transactions as well as trade sales in a wide range of industries including in the medical space. Was part of team that developed and successfully sold Glucoboy, a Gameboy based children’s diabetes incentive platform to Bayer. Oliver has completed transactions in Australia, China, Africa, North America, Europe, Indonesia and Russia.

Reza Farahani

Reza is a result-oriented software developer specializing in iOS and Android development. He is passionate about design and creates exceptional user experience utilizing elegant design patterns. Besides programming, he is interested in AI, Cloud Computing, and Blockchain technology. He is currently a research candidate in Computational Intelligence with University of Technology, Sydney.

Penny Gormly

Penny has twelve years executive management experience within the health sector, including membership of a number of Federal Government Advisory Committees. Her most recent role was General Manager Education, Training and Development at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists. Penny has an Advanced MBA from the University of Queensland and a Masters of Accountancy.

Shane Hartwig

Shane Hartwig is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) and chartered Company Secretary and holds a Bachelor of Business degree, majoring in Accounting and Taxation from Curtin university of Technology in Western Australia. Shane is involved in the areas of Initial Public Offerings, capital raisings, prospectus and information memorandum preparation and project management, company assessments and due diligence reviews, mergers and acquisitions and providing general corporate advice. Shane has over twenty years’ experience in the finance industry both nationally and internationally (Bankers Trust) with exposure to both the debt and equity capital markets.

Tommy Ng

Tommy has degrees in Computer Science, Pure Mathematics, and Electrical Engineering from the University of Sydney. For over 25 years he built, deployed, and managed IT Infrastructure and computing systems. He is interested in developing innovative biomedical and clinical solutions and has worked at major hospitals in Sydney. Prior to taking on the role of CTO at E-Nome, he was the head of Architecture, Planning, and Strategy at St Vincents Health Australia.

David Roffe

David’s passion is to support clinicians manage risk and provide better patient care by the pragmatic application of engineering and computer science in healthcare. He has successfully lead dynamic IT teams who have made significant contributions to the Australian health industry by the strategic development and commercialisation of best practice clinical information systems. David has significant experience as Chief Information Officer and Chief Biomedical Engineer in several Public and Private health organisations.

George Samman

After co-founding (now Magnr), a bitcoin trading platform in 2013, George is a blockchain / cryptocurrency consultant and advisor to global financial institutions, startups and law firms. He writes on blockchain technology and use cases at George holds a MA in international finance from Columbia University and a BA in Political Science from University of Delaware.