After an exhaustive process featuring a strong field of candidates, Spatial Vision welcomes Mette Schepers to the Board in the newly created Non-Executive Director position.
Mette brings with her qualifications as a chartered accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne, Associate Degree in Design (Furniture) from RMIT and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from FINSIA. Mette is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Career-wise, Mette is an experienced international financial and professional services executive with extensive exposure to highly regulated companies here and in The Netherlands and US.
Mette has also held senior executive, board and advisory positions in large, small and global financial institutions and non-financial entities. Previous positions include leadership of client and consumer businesses in the private sector, strategy development and risk management for community organisations, and work for universities and government in strategy and policy with the Nous Group and PwC.
In a board capacity, Mette has worked with 3MBS and 3PBS and in a voluntary capacity with the Modern and Contemporary Arts department of The Arts Institute of Chicago. She was a panel member of the Monash University Commission into Post Compulsory Education, the first of the University’s Commissions into Designing for the Future. Mette is currently a Board member of the Public Interest Journalism Initiative and Judo Bank.
With experiences ranging across founder lead, global businesses, market leaders and challengers, Mette is well placed to help Spatial Vision continue its growth and standing as a leading geospatial solutions business.