Trustee Board

The Trustee Board’s directors are ultimately responsible for administering the Fund in accordance with the law and the Trust Deed.

The term of office of directors is four years. The Chair is appointed by the Board.

Catholic Super is governed by a Corporate Trustee, CSF Pty Limited (ABN 30 006 169 286) (AFSL 246664).

Chair (Employer Director): Danny Casey

Danny was appointed by the Board in October 2017 as Chair and an Employer Director. Danny has extensive experience as a senior executive and management consultant having worked in and advised private and public sector organisations, as well as not for profits, in Australia and overseas.

Danny’s professional career includes senior executive roles with Energy Australia, Ernst & Young, Lend Lease as well as leadership of a commercial law firm. Danny was appointed as the Business Manager of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney in 2003 and in 2008, was the senior executive (COO) responsible for the planning and delivery of World Youth Day in Sydney - a major international event that involved over 130 nations and more international visitors than attended the Sydney Olympics. Over 500,000 people gathered at each of the major events which were broadcast to an estimated worldwide audience of in excess of 1.4 billion.

Danny is well experienced in corporate governance and has served on many Boards and Committees, including the Finance Council of the Archdiocese of Sydney, the Board of the University of Notre Dame Australia, various Boards of Church owned entities, including the Catholic Cemeteries Board and the Catholic Development Fund.

In 2014, Danny was invited to assist the Vatican where he established new processes based on international standards and best practice. Since then, he has worked as a management consultant and advisor, assisting various businesses and not-for-profit organisations on strategy and governance. Danny is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW, and a Master of Economics from Macquarie University.

Member representatives

Debra James

Debra James

Deb has been a CSF Director since 2004. She has an extensive background in education, has had over 25 years in the union movement and is currently the General Secretary of the Independent Education Union Victoria Tasmania. 

Gregory Quinn

Gregory Quinn

Greg has a long history in teaching and extensive experience in the superannuation industry, including being a CSF Director since 2010 and previously served 22 years as a Director of the National Catholic Superannuation Fund. Greg is currently a teacher at St Stanislaus College, Bathurst, NSW.

John Connors

John Connors

John has been a CSF Director since 2008. He has a long history in teaching, holding various leadership positions throughout his career, including Principal, Religious Education Coordinator and Gender Equity Officer.

Peter Haysey

Peter Haysey (Deputy Board Chair)

Peter has a long history in teaching and has extensive experience in various senior roles in the superannuation industry. He has been a CSF Director since 2010 and previously served 2 years as a Director of the National Catholic Superannuation Fund. He also served for many years as Director/Secretary of the Diocese of Wagga Wagga Superannuation Fund.

Sheree Press

Sheree Press

Sheree has been a CSF Director since 2017, bringing extensive experience in Human Resources and Management. She has worked in roles such as Company Secretary and Human Resources Manager.

Employer representatives

Danny Casey

Board Chair: Danny Casey

Please see above for Danny's full biography.

Carolyn Harkin

Carolyn Harkin

Carolyn has been a CSF Director since 2014. She has extensive experience in administration, finance and resourcing, including providing strategic advice in relation to budget allocations, planning and reporting.

Marcia Clohesy

Marcia Clohesy

Marcia has been a CSF Director since 2003. She previously worked at the Catholic Education Office, Melbourne for a period of 20 years in the areas of finance, administration and human resources.  Marcia’s previous experience also includes 25 years as a Credit Union Director.

Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy

Paul has been a CSF Director since 2012. He has a wide range of professional skills, including Human Resource Management, Organisational Development, Senior Management and Leadership. Paul brings experience in aged care, retirement living and rehabilitation. He is currently Principal Advisor - Retirement Living and Seniors Housing at Leading Age Services Australia (LASA).

Simone Thompson

Simone Thompson

Simone was appointed as a Director in May 2019 and has extensive experience in governance, risk management and compliance. Simone is Managing Director of ST Consult Pty Ltd which is a boutique consultancy specialising in providing tailored and pragmatic governance, compliance and risk management advice and services to APRA and ASIC regulated entities.

Chief Executive Officer: Scott Cameron

Scott Cameron was appointed Chief Executive Officer to head both Equip Super and Catholic Super in September 2019. The two organisations are joining forces to create one of Australia’s largest profit-for-member superannuation funds in market. The joint venture company begins operating in October 2019. It will be the first time that two Australian superannuation funds have concurrently had the same CEO.  

Scott is an experienced CEO and CFO. He has worked across global corporate, financial services and advisory environments with a track record of integrating and expanding a highly complex ASX listed entity. Most recently Scott served as CEO for Computershare’s Australia and New Zealand region, bringing market leading services to corporate clients in multiple markets and countries. He was also a member of Computershare’s global leadership team, co-head of Global Diversity and a director of several companies. Scott was Computershare’s Chief Financial Officer for the Asia-Pacific region. During his time as CFO and then CEO, Computershare completed a number of acquisitions and integrations.

Prior to Computershare Scott was a Partner at Ernst & Young (EY).

Scott Cameron