Theo Maras is a highly experienced and well-credentialed city business and community leader who has held important roles within the city such as Chair Rundle Mall Management Authority.
Nicole has had an extensive career in strategic communications, stakeholder engagement and marketing, and national board leadership through her roles as Chair of Variety Australia, and Managing Director of Corporate Communications & Public Relations firm The Message Bureau. Nicole comes to ACMA with a strong understanding of the challenges facing the sector, amidst disruption and change and remains buoyed by the opportunity to solidify the Market Precinct’s position as one of the world’s leading food and produce markets.
Steve is an Adelaide local who has been operating in the role of CEO/MD for more than 15 years, has operated in more than 35 countries, and across Agriculture, Livestock, Manufacturing, Retail, and Foodservice. Steve is currently with Sundrop Farms, and previously with South Australian Potato Co and Australian Quality Plus. He has also held many board positions including former Chair of the Premiers Food Council and Marvel Packers.
Christine has over 30 years consulting and board governance experience. She is the Chair of the Matthews Hospitality Group, a Member of The University of Adelaide Council, Board Director of Business SA and an Advisory Board member of Beerenberg. Christine has consulted extensively across the public and private sectors and has a passion for working with business owners to best position them for success. As a business founder herself she is committed to ACMA and particularly its traders to optimise their opportunity for growth while delighting generations of customers.
Councillor Alexander Hyde
Deputy Lord Mayor/ South Ward Councillor Alexander Hyde is an elected member of the Adelaide City Council and sits on the Adelaide Central Market Authority board as Council’s representative.