Greg Melick, AO SC
Chief Commissioner Greg Melick chairs the Board of the Integrity Commission. Greg practices as barrister and mediator in several jurisdictions in both criminal and civil matters, and holds several concurrent positions, including as National President of the Returned and Services League (RSL) Australia, part-time Deputy President of the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and Special Investigator for Cricket Australia.
He is a former Principal Crown Counsel, former statutory member of the National Crime Authority and the New South Wales Casino Control Authority, and is a Major General in the Australian Defence Force.
Appointed Board Members
Luppo Prins, APM
A former Assistant Police Commissioner, Luppo Prins had a 42-year career in policing. He was awarded the National Police Medal, the Australian Police Medal for Outstanding Service and the Commissioner’s Integrity Medal.
Since retiring from Tasmania Police in 2005, he has conducted major independent investigations and reviews for the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services.
Rob Winter was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the High Court of Australia in 1989. After extensive experience in prosecutions and insurance litigation, he joined an international loss adjusting practice in 1995. Since then, he has investigated and reported on wide-ranging employment and liability matters.
He is a member of the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal and the Code of Conduct Panel established under the Local Government Act. He is a former TFL Tribunal member and former Chairman of the Southern Tasmanian Councils Code of Conduct Panel.
Former Director and member of the executive of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, Phil Foulston worked in the public sector for almost 30 years. He has substantial experience as a senior administrator, adviser and manager within a policy and regulatory framework in the complex political, social and organisational environment of a central government agency.
His key responsibilities included the machinery of government, constitutional administration, general governance, and corporate services. Before joining the public sector, he was a human resource management practitioner in the UK aluminium industry. He has a Bachelor of Science with Honours from the University of Tasmania.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer Michael Easton has led the Integrity Commission since April 2020. Michael commenced with the Commission in 2015 as Director Operations, and was Acting Chief Executive Officer from October 2015 to July 2017.
With a public sector career spanning over 25 years, Michael has previously held management positions in the state and local government sectors. Michael has driven the Commission's evolution to be a positive influence and an agent for change in the Tasmanian public sector, and one that inspires public confidence in our institutions.
Director, Operations Sarah Frost has been with the Integrity Commission since 2013. At the Commission she has worked in various operational, research and investigative roles, specialising in police oversight, legal issues, and misconduct management.
Sarah is a lawyer with a Masters in Legal Practice and background in open source intelligence. She is proficient in Mandarin and Tetum, and has worked in the non-government, Commonwealth government and private sectors. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Asian Studies (Chinese) from the Australian National University.
Rachael Daniels has been with the Integrity Commission since 2012, and in her role as Director, Corporate Services oversees financial management, human resources and information management for the Commission.
Rachael is a CPA of 30 years’ standing and has over three decades experience in various financial management roles within the Commonwealth and higher education sectors. Rachael holds a Bachelor of Business from the Tasmanian Institute of Technology (now merged with University of Tasmania).
Dr Kylie Fisk is currently Acting Director, Misconduct Prevention, with a substantive role of Senior Consultant - Research and Evaluation, leading a 3-year program of work focused on education, engagement, research and evaluation of prevention activities .
Prior to joining the Commission in 2020, Kylie worked as a researcher and advocate for feminist poverty measurement at the International Women’s Development Agency, and as a research consultant for Asia-Pacific rights-based groups. She completed her PhD on the social psychology of government legitimacy in post-conflict societies at the University of Queensland in 2015.