Mark Brandon-Baker

Mark Brandon-Baker

Managing Director

Paul Chamberlin

Paul Chamberlin

Principal

Brendan Tegg

Brendan Tegg

Principal

John Brenton

John Brenton

Principal

The Hon Stephen Conroy

The Hon Stephen Conroy

Chairman, Advisory Board

Jeff Townsend

Jeff Townsend

Senior Consultant

Belinda Selems

Belinda Selems

Client Support Manager

Emma Macdonald

Emma Macdonald

Specialist Consultant

Jane Seaborn

Jane Seaborn

Specialist Consultant

Allan King

Allan King

Specialist Consultant

Jim Kouts

Jim Kouts

Specialist Consultant

Michael Kilham

Michael Kilham

Specialist Consultant

Mark Brandon Baker finalMark’s career has unusually seen him serve at senior levels in both the private and public sectors and within political circles.

Before his commencement with TG Endeavour, Mark was Group Head of Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs for the Westpac Banking Corporation. As such, he advised the Bank’s Board and Senior Management on all legislative, regulatory and reputational risk issues affecting the Bank’s interests.

Prior to Westpac, Mark served as a Senior Adviser to then Prime Minister, the Hon John Howard MP, working within the Cabinet Policy Unit. He assisted in the development of whole of Government policy, with day-to-day Cabinet processes and was responsible for co-ordination of the Coalition’s election policy platform. He also served as the Prime Minister’s senior speechwriter. He maintains strong links with senior Liberal figures at the federal level and in all State jurisdictions.

Mark spent 15 years with Advance Bank, culminating in his appointment as Chief Executive – ACT Region. He also served as Secretary of the Department of Business, Arts, Sport and Tourism (ACT Govt).

Mark was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in 2019 for services to the community of Canberra.

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Paul Chamberlin has worked in lobbying, politics, government relations and journalism in Canberra for almost 30 years. He joined Endeavour Consulting, the forerunner to TG Endeavour, in 2011.

Paul was a Senior Adviser to three Deputy Prime Ministers and Leaders of The Nationals over a 14 year period, covering the portfolios of transport, infrastructure, regional development, trade and agriculture. During that period, he specialised in media liaison, speechwriting and political tactics. He remains well known and highly regarded within The Nationals.

Before this, he was a political and economics correspondent for Fairfax newspapers and Sky News. Paul retains excellent links across Parliament House, including with the Canberra Parliamentary Press Gallery.

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Brendan Tegg has spent nearly the last six years working for the current Prime Minister, the Hon Scott Morrison, most recently as his Director of Policy.  He was integral to policy development for the last three federal budgets and during the recent election campaign.

He was also responsible for managing the Prime Minister’s legislative agenda and parliamentary strategy and enjoyed significant success with the passage of major pieces of controversial legislation through the Senate during the last two terms of Parliament.

Joining Mr Morrison’s office in 2013, Brendan served first as an immigration adviser and then in increasingly senior roles supporting him in the portfolios of Social Services, Treasury (as Senior Budget/Fiscal Adviser) and finally as Prime Minister.

Brendan commenced his career as a lawyer in the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and subsequently worked for Customs and Border Protection.

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John Brenton is a former diplomat with specialist advocacy expertise. He designs and executes bespoke strategies to support TG Endeavour’s clients achieve commercial outcomes at the intersection of politics and commerce.  He is also a specialist in government tender advisory, having designed and executed campaigns to assist clients win major government contracts, particularly in the defence sector.

John brings to TG Endeavour considerable international experience, having served as a diplomat in the United States of America (US), where he led a campaign to overturn US import bans on Australian products. John drove Australia’s economic diplomacy and engagement in the United States through 'G'Day USA' – a program which advances business cooperation with the US. He was also instrumental in supporting visiting Australian Cabinet Ministers engage with US counterparts. 

John has substantial commercial experience gained from over a decade working in executive roles, including at Dragoman, Woolworths and Nestle.  He has a Master’s Degree in International Relations and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Commerce.

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Stephen Conroy finalStephen Conroy served as Leader of the Government in the Senate, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and Shadow Minister for Defence during his twenty-year political career (1996-2016).  He was also renowned for his active participation in Senate Estimate Committees and contribution to many Senate Inquiries into financial services regulation and taxation policy.

Stephen’s many achievements include: establishing Australia’s National Broadband Network; overseeing the transition of all television broadcasts in Australia to digital and establishing Australia’s National Digital Economy Strategy.

Stephen is a Council Member of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and a Political Contributor to Sky News Australia where he appears regularly as a commentator on a wide range of the network’s political and news programs.

In 2012 Stephen was named International Visionary of the Year by the Intelligent Community Forum in New York.  Stephen is also Senior Fellow at the Center for the Digital Future, University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism.