With over 26 years of experience as an investor, CEO, and board member of training and education companies, including Higher Education (HE) providers, as the Chairman of the Scentia Board, Arvid Petersen oversees the strategic direction of AIM Business School (ABS) and the management of its business as a higher education provider.
Andrew Mills has been involved in the education sector for 25 years working in an executive leadership capacity. More recently over the last decade, he has also held several executive and non-executive board roles with education entities. Andrew provides oversight and guidance on strategy, corporate governance, and risk management. More specifically for AIM Business School, Andrew also works closely with the business on operational and commercial issues. He also provides direction on governance and compliance with TEQSA and other regulatory matters.
Warren Creighton has spent over 13 years in senior roles in finance in the private education sector. He oversees all financial matters, including compliance with corporate and accounting standards and TEQSA standards. He oversees development of budgets for Scentia and its entities, including AIM Business School.
With prior experience as a Dean and Academic Board President, Jeremy Davis provides strategic guidance on curriculum, student assessment and progression, and academic standards and governance. With more than 30 years’ experience as a company director and strategy consultant, he also provides guidance on key business functions of AIM Business School as a HE provider.
Peter Mobbs has spent 15+ years in various roles in the private education sector and provides strategic and education-specific direction in the areas of higher education management. Peter provides input on all key business areasof ABS such as governance, sales, marketing, product development, HR, technology, compliance, and provides specific expertise on education operations and the student experience.
Danny Samson has spent 30 years as professor in a leading university, where he has been a member of academic board and served in various leadership roles, as well as being an experienced curriculum designer, lecturer, researcher, commercial and government board member and consultant. As he also serves as Chairman of AIMET’s academic board, he works to ensure sound connection between academic governance and overall strategic leadership of AIMET.
Carolyn Taylor has over 25 years of corporate experience in global organisations, where her passion for building learning cultures that are future-focused has supported the rapid growth and success of these organisations. Carolyn has specialist experience in learning, leadership capability development, talent and career development, culture and performance – areas that through their integration build workplaces where people can develop and thrive, resulting in a competitive and future ready organisation. Carolyn brings current corporate experience, including a strong understanding of the challenges and needs of businesses as they face an ever-changing and dynamic competitive environment, and how this may impact educational program design and delivery.