Jane joined Tritium in 2019 as Chief Operating Officer and Deputy CEO. She was appointed as Tritium’s CEO in March of 2020.

She has extensive experience in operations, projects, and commercial management across multiple industries including aerospace, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), gaming, and entertainment. Her experience includes seven years at Boeing in roles as a company director and Chief Operating Officer of the global Phantom Works division which was responsible for the rapid prototyping and development of advanced technologies.

Jane has chaired the South Queensland Defence Advisory Board.

Along with Michael Hipwood and David Toomey, Jane is a member of the Tritium Executive Committee.

Jane has a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Queensland and is a qualified barrister.

David, along with Paul Sernia and James Kennedy, founded Tritium in 2001 to commercialise the lightweight motor control technology they developed for their solar car racing team.

At Tritium, David has been intrinsically involved in the development of technical and specialised projects which not only include the company’s award-winning and world-leading EV DC fast chargers but also electric submarines, cryogenic cooling systems, underground mining vehicles, and uncrewed aerial vehicles.

David was Tritium’s CEO from its founding until earlier this year when he stepped down to focus on applying his strategic and innovative leadership, and broad management and engineering experience to his new role as Chief Vision Officer. David remains an Executive Director on Tritium’s board.

David has a PhD and a Bachelor of Engineering (hons) and Bachelor of Science from the University of Queensland.

James has more than twenty years of experience in embedded power electronics design and manufacturing and has been a key member of the Tritium team since founding the company in 2001 with David Finn and Paul Sernia. He has directed engineering operations at Tritium since 2005.

James has had a long association with electric vehicles. Prior to Tritium, James was involved with the University of Queensland’s SunShark solar racing car. In 1999, team SunShark took third place at the World Solar Challenge and was awarded the GM Sunraycer Award for Technical Achievement. For the team, this award represented technical innovation that could be translated to commercial, real-world applications. As a result, James, David and Paul founded Tritium in 2001, selling motor controllers based on the SunShark technology to other solar car teams worldwide. Since then, the company has continued to grow through research and investment to be one of the leading innovators, manufacturers, and suppliers of DC EV fast chargers globally.

James is currently Tritium’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and also leads the Tritium software team. As CTO, James has oversight of all aspects of charger design and technology and is particularly involved with forward-looking work in the standards and regulatory areas.

As leader of the software team, James oversees the development of all on-board and off-board software for Tritium’s chargers. This is a critical role as the software is becoming increasingly more complex, regulated, and standards based. However, Tritium’s decision to develop its own charger software is a key differentiator for the company as this means that Tritium has complete control over all aspects of development, manufacturing, and deployment of its products. James and the Software Team ensure that the software in Tritium’s chargers is purpose-designed and fit-for-purpose. This control over software development permitted Tritium to be the first company in the world to implement Plug and Charge (ISO 15118) which enables EV and charging equipment to communicate, authenticate, and transact seamlessly via the charging cable.

James has also been integral in other non-EV battery storage projects, ranging from James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger submarine to multi-MWh stationary storage systems in green buildings.

James has a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from the University of Queensland and is a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland.

David has more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry in the USA, Europe and Asia, working in direct investment roles on both the equity and debt side of transactions that have included corporations and infrastructure projects across a range of regions and industries.

David has been an adviser to the Tritium board and an alternate director since 2013. He joined the company full-time in 2016 as Chief of Staff and Corporate Development and became Chief Revenue Officer in 2019. He has global responsibility for managing Tritium’s sale enablement and marketing activities, and he has been responsible for all capital raising for the company.

Along with Jane Hunter and Michael Hipwood, David is a member of the Tritium Executive Committee.

David is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a Chartered Accountant. He has a Bachelor of Business from Queensland University of Technology and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute.

Rob Topol became Tritium’s chief financial officer (CFO) in September 2022. He has extensive experience as a corporate leader at Intel, where he served as a finance and manufacturing executive for more than 20 years. Rob drove significant savings in capital investment through supply chain optimization and manufacturing contracts. His most recent role with the company was CFO and Vice President (VP) of Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics, managing revenue, cost, and reporting for graphics and high-performance computing business, including Intel ARC, Xeon HPC, and data center GPU and blockchain products.

Rob also served as Intel’s CFO of Global Supply Chain, Cost, and Inventory, where he managed a multi-billion dollar manufacturing and research and development (R&D) portfolio and led a team of global controllers supporting cost functions at the company. He served as the General Manager of Intel’s 5G wireless and next-generation standards division for four years, creating corporate strategy and helping to build a portfolio of devices, internet of things (IoT) and network infrastructure, and data center and cloud computing solutions. Mr. Topol also served as a Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) board member from 2019-2021.

Glen has more than two decades of C-level experience in the manufacturing sector across a broad range of industries including automotive, waste and energy, defence and engineering. He has a consistent record of positioning organisations for success through sales growth, operational efficiency improvement and supply chain optimisation. Glen has held senior leadership roles at several large, complex manufacturing businesses including Philips, Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) and Nylex Limited (Nylex), where he was involved in major transformations and operational improvement in Australia, Asia and Europe. Upon joining Nylex, an ASX-listed manufacturer, Glen progressed to CEO and Managing Director of the group which consisted of more than forty manufacturing facilities and in excess of AUD$1 billion sales and 6,000 employees. During this period, he was also Vice President of St. Kilda Football Club and was instrumental in restoring profitability and eliminating debt in this period.

Glen then set up his own advisory business which he has operated until now providing services to a large number of manufacturing companies seeking to improve productivity and profitability. He has also worked on a number of Government Grant Programmes to assist manufacturing companies affected by original equipment manufacturer (OEM) automotive closures, coal power plant closures and also upgrading processes for companies wanting to enter the defence sector.

Glen has a Bachelor of Business (marketing), Graduate Diploma of Business and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

David joined Tritium in 2022 to lead global sales and marketing. He has more than 20 years of experience in leadership roles and experience with electrical engineering, smart cities, industrial IoT, and energy management. He served as President and CEO for Philips Lighting (UK and Ireland), Rockwell Automation (UK and Ireland), and Schneider Electric (Sweden and Romania). David most recently served as executive vice president of marketing and sales in smart power and smart buildings at international technology company ABB. 

David holds a master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Physics from Loughborough University of Technology in the United Kingdom. He is also a Fellow in the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Institute of Marketing and Management Institute and recently completed Digital Transformation Strategies at Cambridge University.   

Keith is a global HR leader with over 20 years of experience working in the energy industry. As Chief People Officer he is responsible for the delivery of operational HR services, and setting Tritium’s People strategy covering reward, talent, leadership and culture, ensuring the Company has the right people and skills in place to pursue our exciting growth plans.

Prior to joining Tritium, Keith served as Chief HR & Diversity Officer for National Grid’s North America business since 2016.  Keith began his career with National Grid as a Team Leader in their UK Gas Distribution business before moving into HR and undertaking senior HR positions in their Gas Distribution, Electricity Transmission, Electricity Distribution and Non-Regulated Businesses. He moved to New York in 2009 as VP, Head of Organizational Effectiveness, leading the establishment of a Change Management and Organization Design center of expertise and was instrumental in the creation of a new global business operating model which is still in place today. He returned to London as VP, Global HR Business Partner, leading HR for National Grid’s global corporate function groups, before returning to the US in early 2016 to head up labor relations, business partnering, strategic workforce planning, diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) and talent management and then became Chief HR & Diversity Officer in late 2016.

Under Keith’s leadership, National Grid USA was widely recognized externally as a Top Employer, Best Employer for Diversity, and a World’s Most Ethical Company. Keith was recognized by the National Diversity Council in their 2020 Top 50 Chief Diversity Officer List and most recently in their 2022 Top 100 HR Professionals List. Keith is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development in the UK.  

Keith is based in Boston, USA.

Michael R. Collins is Tritium’s General Counsel and Company Secretary, and leads the Company’s legal department. He collaborates closely with professionals on the Company’s Board of Directors and executive team and across all Company functions to further strategic and business objectives while minimizing risks and ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations and Company policies.

Prior to joining Tritium, Michael served in various legal and business capacities for U.S. publicly traded companies, including ON Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: ON) and ION Geophysical Corporation (NYSE: IO), where his roles included serving on the board of directors/board of managers and as an executive officer for multiple global entities.

Prior to such time, he served as a senior associate at the international firms of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and Vinson & Elkins LLP. During Michael’s time in private practice, he represented a broad range of public companies in their capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, financial transactions, corporate governance matters, internal reorganizations, commercial transactions, general corporate matters and multiple areas of complex commercial litigation (with a substantial focus in the energy, manufacturing, technology, software and finance industries. Michael has been recognized by his peers for his dedication to the legal practice, being named as one of Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars in 2018.

Michael received a Juris Doctor with Honors from the University of Texas School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.