The Board of Directors (BoD) is the governing body for the Institute.

The BoD exercises overarching corporate and educational responsibility for organisational funding, strategic direction, business and risk management, supported by the Executive Leadership Group and informed by the Academic Board, the Creative Industries Advisory Board and the Philanthropy Advisory Board under delegated authority.




Deputy Chair


Marie Carroll was until 2015 Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs) at the University of Sydney, with responsibilities curriculum, graduate studies and higher degrees by research strategy, and teaching and learning. She obtained her PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Otago University in New Zealand  
Professor Marie Carroll



Professor Margaret Noble is CEO of the Australian Institute of Music (AIM), Australia’s largest music school.


An experienced academic, Professor Noble has more than 23 years in senior executive roles across the Higher Education sector in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Her previous academic roles have included CEO of Waiariki Institute of Technology in New Zealand and Principal and Chief Executive of the University College of Plymouth St Mark and St John (now the University of St Mark and St John), Pro Vice Chancellor (Learning and Quality) for at the University of Greenwich and Director of Lifelong Learning at Teesside University in the United Kingdom. She joins AIM from the University of Tasmania, where she held the role of Pro Vice Chancellor (Academic Quality and Schools Engagement). Prof Noble is also a keen amateur violinist, having played with regional and community orchestras in NZ, Tasmania and the UK.





Athalie has been with AIM since it’s inception and provides continuity with founder Dr Peter Calvo’s vision. Athalie has seen the school develop from its early stages as a VET provider to a fully accredited higher education provider, delivering a range of opportunities that focus on quality and providing students with the highest standards of teaching.



Bio Forthcoming.


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