Meet the board
Infrastructure Victoria is led by a board of seven members comprising four members from the private or non-government sectors, and three from the public sector.
Chair | Jim Miller
Jim Miller chairs the Infrastructure Victoria board.
Jim was Vice Chair at J.P. Morgan from 2018 to 2023 and Executive Director at Macquarie Capital from 1994 to 2015. With experience across a range of sectors, he has led over $200 billion in transactions and worked with both government and private sector clients both as a principal and adviser.
Jim has extensive experience in infrastructure having worked in the areas of regulated assets, transport, digital, energy, utilities and resources and social infrastructure. He has both a Bachelor and Masters of Economics from Macquarie University.
Deputy Chair | Maria Wilton AM
Maria Wilton’s experience in the investment industry spans 30 years and includes portfolio management and business roles. She is the Chair of Growth Farms and Chair of Spirit Super, as well as a Director of Victorian Funds Management Corporation, Confident Girls Foundation, and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund. She was formerly Managing Director and Chair of Franklin Templeton Investments Australia.
Maria holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Tasmania and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder. In January 2019 Maria was made a Member of the Order of Australia for service to business and finance and to the community.
Jeremi was appointed Secretary for the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet in November 2020 and was previously the department Deputy Secretary, Governance, Policy and Coordination.
Jeremi has held various Victorian public service executive positions over a 17-year period and was CEO of a registered training organisation. He lives in Bendigo and has worked extensively in regional Victoria.
Jeremi holds a journalism degree from the University of South Australia and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Rebecca is a building and construction sector leader with significant experience spanning government, industry, and the not-for-profit sector. She is Chairperson of the Victorian Government’s Building Industry Consultative Council, President of construction worker entitlement body Incolink and an advisory board member of the Victorian Skills Authority. Rebecca was previously CEO of Master Builders Victoria and the Committee for Geelong.
She has held a range of board and advisory positions throughout her career in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, and the USA. Rebecca holds a Masters degree in Politics and Government from the University of Kent.
Paul Younis was announced as Secretary, Department of Transport and Planning following changes to Victorian Government departments in 2022.
He was previously Secretary of the Department of Transport until the expansion of the role brought together Victoria’s transport, planning and land use functions.
In 2019, he led the integration of the transport portfolio into the new Department of Transport, bringing together the planning, management and delivery of all transport in one integrated department, and overseeing the delivery of a record $90 billion of new transport infrastructure across the State.
The new Department of Transport and Planning will play a pivotal role in shaping the growth of Melbourne and Victoria as we grow to a city of 9 million and a State of 11 million over the next three decades. The integration of land-use planning and transport will be key to meeting the social, economic and environmental challenges of a growing State.
Prior to the Department of Transport, Paul was CEO of Melbourne’s Brimbank City Council and CEO of regional Corangamite Shire.
He has qualifications in Engineering, Law and Business.
David Martine PSM
David Martine has been the Secretary of the Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF) since 2014. He leads the department in providing economic, policy and financial advice to the Victorian Government. David is also a director of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and Victorian Funds Management Corporation. David previously held a number of senior roles in the Commonwealth public sector.
He holds an MBA and has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.