Northern Branch - Alicia Berneville-Claye- P: 07 5459 4411 E: [email protected]
Alicia has been in the commercial and in-house print industry since 1997 and an employee of Mail and Print Services at the University of the Sunshine Coast since 2002. In the role of Print Supervisor, Alicia manages the web to print systems, production workflows and processes. She oversees staff and student printing and coordinates the multifunctional devices and digital production equipment.
In 2010, Alicia received the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal for Service, in recognition of demonstrated excellence for her project management and delivery of the web to print solution utilised by university staff.
"I’m looking forward to the new year and getting more involved with NIPPA and the Northern Branch. Hopefully we can get past the distance barrier between us all and connect a few times in 2016". Alicia Berneville-Claye , Print Supervisor, Mail and Print Services, University of the Sunshine Coast.
Central Branch - John Myles
P: (02) 9217 4787 | E: [email protected] | P: 0409 049 741
John has been in the role of imaging device project manager at Sydney TAFE since 2009, this position overseas desktop, MFD and production print equipment, workflows, consumables and cost recovery. He has been recognised by awards from his peers and industry, winning a Sydney TAFE 2010 Business Sustainability award, Department of Education & Communities 2011 Learning for Sustainability award, it was chosen from among Australia’s biggest enterprises as one of three joint winners of the inaugural HP Eco Solutions Printing Award 2010 and again taking out first place in the HP Eco Solutions Printing 2012 awards.
Prior to working at Sydney TAFE, John has worked in print and photographic related companies in various roles from operator and manager through to sales, marketing and company director. Some of these companies include: IPL Photographic Library, Getty Images, ProAm Digital, Fishbone Studios, Allied Reprographic and The NSW Government Printing Office.
John’s formal qualifications include: Graduate certificate of marketing management, advertising certificate, photography certificate and various short course that include desktop publishing, accounting, law for business & administration and time management.
Southern Branch - Nadia Hollins
I have spent over 28 years working within the printing industry. In that time I worked as the Victorian Training Co-ordinator for Fuji Xerox Australia and was awarded the National Award for the Officeworks Training Manual and a State Award for the Advanced Problem Solving Manual. Currently I am working at Manningham City Council as a dedicated single person operator in the Print room and have been since 2000. Whist working at Manningham Council I have brought the Print room forward into today’s digital printing and moved over to the Community Relations and Marketing Unit which has benefited the council for a smoother transmission of work flow for Publication, design and print.
I have been a member of the Network of In-house Print Professionals for Australasia (NIPPA) for 15 years. I have currently returned to the role as President of the Southern Branch and have also work in the Committee of Management as Secretary and Financial Coordinator of NIPPA. At a national & international level, I have successfully presented and hosted NIPPA conferences and functions with members, partners and sponsors.
Eastern Branch - Malcom Pike
dd +64 9 921 9493 |f+64 9 921 9921 | e [email protected] |w www.printsprint.co.nz
Malcolm has held the role of Printsprint Manager at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) since 2001. The role includes strategic development; business leadership and change management; effective communication with internal and external stockholders; operational effectiveness and financial efficiency; and staff H&S, development and performance. In 2013 Malcolm developed and implemented the EnviroMark certification program for H&S and environment management, Printsprint currently holds the Gold level. Malcolm has worked in the print industry for over 40 years, first as a photolithography apprentice at PrintPak, South Africa before moving to New Zealand in 1982. When computers killed the need for film makeup skills, work focus change to operational and business management roles. Companies worked, include; Colorite Graphic’s, Gamco Graphics, Croxley Stationary and Outer Aspects.
Qualification gather over the years are; Trade Diploma in Print, Bachelor of Business (Management), Grad Diploma in Business (IT Management), a MBA in Operational Management, and a range of short course that includes an ITIL Certificate.