Nick joined Reflections Holiday Parks in May 2021. He is an experienced CEO in the tourism and visitor experience sector, having led Go See Australia, Outdoria, TripTech and RedBalloon.
His vision is for Reflections Holiday Parks to become Australia’s leading nature-driven escapes organisation and to share nature’s playground with its guests in a way that gives back to the communities of NSW.
Nick’s global tourism expertise encompasses parks, hotels, restaurants and camps in the UK, USA, Asia and Australia. He is passionate about sharing NSW and Australia’s natural beauty and vibrant cultures with the world, which he has achieved in leading marketing for Voyages Hotels and Resorts and as the Chief Marketing Officer of Tourism Australia.
Nick’s love of food, wine and nature is reflected in his Directorships. He is the Chair of Ultimate Wineries Australia and is a Director of Australian Regional Tourism.
Joining the Reflections Executive Team in March 2019 Cameron’s key focus is to implement the strategic plan across the portfolio of 37 Holiday Parks, Investment Properties and Open Space Reserves. Providing strong leadership and direction to the 120 employees and key contract partners located throughout NSW to optimise financial returns, ensure safety compliance, and deliver exceptional customer and community experiences.
Cameron’s career spans over 20 years in property and asset management leading the financial performance, compliance and customer engagement across large retail assets throughout the East Coast of Australia. He brings significant experience in driving team performance to deliver key asset improvement initiatives to Reflections, specifically as it relates to our Mission to transform our Parks into the most desirable destinations that exceed the recreational and accommodation needs of visitors from Australia and overseas.
Emma is an accomplished Human Resources executive with deep experience in ASX-listed entities, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, mining, non-profit and government industries. A trusted advisor to executive leaders and Board directors, Emma possesses proven success in people strategies that optimise human capital in business.
Skilled in scaling business capability during high-growth phases Emma can expertly manage change and business improvement.
With over 20 years in HR Emma is capable at managing all speciality and generalist areas of HR.
Emma is an avid reader and is particularly passionate about contemporary thought leadership philosophies and how to bring those to life in organisations. With this knowledge Emma has demonstrated success in building strong company cultures that unify and align people to deliver corporate goals and growth.
Isaac joined the team at Reflections Holiday Parks in October 2016 as the Financial Controller. He brings a depth of knowledge and experience from the for-profit, not-for-profit and government sectors, including Disability/Youth Services, Aged Care, Industrial Services, Primary Production and Mining.
In 2019, Isaac was promoted to the Executive Manager – Finance giving a greater level of responsibility across the Finance portfolio.
Since joining Reflections, Isaac has been responsible for developing the Finance function to meet the needs of stakeholders across the Group. The initiatives he has led cover areas including system reviews, process transformation and continuous improvement. The development and implementation of the Cashless Business Strategy is one of his key achievements.
Lauren joined Reflections in February 2022, with almost two decades’ experience in leading communication and stakeholder engagement in the commercial, government and health sectors.
She enjoys working with government, businesses, and communities to enhance the economic and social prosperity of NSW. Building relationships between community members and businesses is another interest, which she has achieved as the Chair of community liaison groups and as a Non-Executive Director of Business Hunter.
Lauren is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She has a Master of Business Administration (with Distinction, receiving the Louis and Marjorie Karpin Memorial Prize for achieving the highest-grade point average in the 2020 MBA program) and a Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) from the University of Newcastle. She also has qualifications in project management, coaching and change management.
Michelle Griffin joined Reflections in January 2016 as Executive Manager Finance and IT reporting to the CEO. In March 2019, Michelle was promoted to the position of Group Manager Corporate Services (including CFO) which expanded her management responsibility to include Work Health & Safety.
Michelle is a respected commercial and financial manager with broad experience across a range of industry sectors in both private companies and public authorities. She has over 20 years’ experience managing business systems, governance and reporting processes across a range of key business areas including accounting, human resources including management of workplace safety, corporate compliance and board activities.
Peter will join Reflections in April 2022 and is a commercially minded senior marketing executive with 18 years’ experience in building brands and growing businesses. He has specific experience working in Consumer Goods, Utility, Tourism, Property, Automotive, Education, Government, Construction and Retail industries.
Peter currently holds a Marketing Advisory Board position at the University of Newcastle, is a former non-executive director of Mercy Services and former member of the HMRI foundation board. Peter is passionate about growing progressive brands and businesses with true purpose.
Kate Mannix joined Reflections in the position of Executive Manager Human Resources in July 2015. Kate is a highly accomplished executive who fosters collaboration, innovation and commitment to excellence. In addition, she has a reputation for consistently delivering against challenging objectives, inspiring others and managing diverse stakeholders to achieve common goals.
Kate brings more than fifteen years’ experience in Human Resources. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, holds a Master of Labour Law and Relations (MLLR) from the University of Sydney, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) – Distinction and a Master of Marketing (MMkt) – Distinction from the University of Newcastle and has completed a Bachelor of Business (Human Resources and Marketing) from the University of Newcastle. Kate also has qualifications in Change Management and Negotiation and Dispute Resolution.
In 2017 and 2018 Kate was a finalist for the Young Executive of the Year as part of the Hunter Business Chambers Awards.