Dr Garry Tester (CEO) brings to Australian Corporate Challenge a vast and diverse set of leading edge consultancy skills which has allowed Corporate, Business, Professional and Sporting people to develop unique skills not offered elsewhere. With some 20 years hands-on experience, combined with his academic work as a Research Fellow of the University of Western Australia (where he lectures in Change Management), his program design and delivery has always been highlighted by innovation, motivation and empowerment. Garry is also a keynote speaker and trainer both in Australia and Internationally; was a former National and International Track & Field athlete and the author of many articles on Personal Development, Mentoring and Leadership.

Jennifer Clay is a highly respected Managing Director of her own group of IT companies with some 25 years experience in the Computer Industry. Jennifer brings to Australian Corporate Challenge a raft of skills available to the business world from frontline management, succession planning and blending gender successfully in the business world. Jennifer’s experience will allow Australian Corporate Challenge clients access to the skills required to be successful in volatile and competitive markets.


Dr Glenn Watkins is an internationally recognised change agent developed over 30 years in the Corporate, University and Community sectors. His leading edge strengths include: Strategic Thinking and Planning, Capacity Building, Organisational Design and Redesign, Management and Leadership education. Glenn has lectured, consulted, written and worked for organisations both large and small throughout the world, with an emphasis in recent years in China and South East Asia. He is also Chairman and Director of a number of companies.

Deanna Smith joined the team after relocating from Victoria, bringing with her many years of experience as a relief teacher across a variety of schools. She is currently signed with the West Coast Waves in the Women’s National Basketball League, and has also represented the Australian Opals on a number of occasions, as well as playing basketball in other countries.