Philip Attard spent 33 years in the information technology industry where he held positions in sales, marketing, business development, strategy and general management in Australia and Asia Pacific. Philip is now focused on developing the family business by increasing farm productivity and marketing the specialist merino clip directly to retailers and their supply chains. Philip also holds directorships with UNE Partnership, Grazier’s Investment Company and family companies.
Mark Morton started at Practical Systems as the Chief Executive Officer in July 2008. Mark has a degree in Agricultural Economics, Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment and is a Fellow of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation. Mark has over 20 years experience with Australian agribusiness in both a finance and management consulting role.
Mark has now taken on the role of Executive Director of Sales
Katrina graduated from the University of NSW in 1977 with a B.Soc.Work (Hons).
She is a partner in a mixed sheep and cattle grazing enterprise at Walcha in NSW. She works in the family business with her husband in their superfine wool stud. Katrina has been extensively involved in the business for 39 years including partnering in the financial management of the business, running the office, managing the family superannuation fund & other off-farm investments. She has owned and managed a successful retail clothing store and was involved with the NSW Farmers Association during the 1990’s where she was a General Councillor and a member of the Economics Committee. Katrina is a graduate of Rabobank's Executive Development program.