Chair since: 1998
Groups: TEC 37,  KEY 124

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TEC mentor Jack Graham“Being a TEC Chair is the role I have most enjoyed over my career. As a person who gains satisfaction from seeing others grow and succeed, the TEC Chair role is an excellent fit for me. I view it as a privilege to be of service to enthusiastic, intelligent CEOs and Business owners and participate with them in confidential individual and group discussions of matters of utmost importance to them in their business and private lives. The close relationships and trust developed in my groups is something of real value to the members and great satisfaction to me.”


Jack has over 25 years chief executive and other senior executive experience in corporate and line management roles in a number of industry sectors both within Australia and overseas.

He served as Director of Operations of David Jones for six years and Managing Director of W R Carpenter’s diversified operations in the South Pacific for five years where he had responsibility for sixteen businesses in three countries having total annual sales of $130 million and 2,500 employees.

Jack spent two years in New Zealand managing a $185 million retail business selling furniture, appliances and floor coverings in 62 stores throughout the country. This was followed by three years as chief executive of Amcal, Australia’s largest pharmacy marketing group with 670 member pharmacies having combined sales in excess of $750 million.

Jack’s early career was in Canada as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte and then Financial Controller with 3M. He also has experience in the small business environment.

He brings this broad commercial background and a supportive style of leadership to his present roles of business coach, mentor and facilitator to his members.


  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Leadership development
  • Strategic thinking
  • Business planning
  • Operations management
  • Facilitation

Steve Kellaway, H.N. Olsen Holdings Pty Ltd”]TEC is my research lab and my board – resulting in a 30% increase in value.