Our Board

The Board of the A3DMA is comprised of people with a diverse range of experience and backgrounds, with a common interest in aiming to ensure that Australia makes the most of the opportunities provided by 3D manufacturing.

Meet Our Team

Michael de Souza


Mike grew up in Canberra and attended Canberra Boys Grammar and Canberra University. Mike owned several successful businesses in Canberra before moving to Sydney to accept senior management roles with Virgin and United Customer Management Solutions. This led to a position, as CEO of a private French equity group dealing in the hospitality, tourism, retail and logistics sectors. After 7 years in Europe the family moved back to Canberra where until he joined A3DMA he was the COO of a software developer in the tourism sector.

Stuart Tredinnick


Stuart Tredinnick is a Canberra based management consultant with extensive experience of the public and private sectors. He has mainly worked with his clients to identify changing cultural, structural and process needs and the subsequent consultation and implementation of change. Stuart came to consultancy after a career in the public sector which included managing the human resources environment of a Commonwealth department, and senior roles in the development and coordinated delivery of government communications. Stuart has extensive experience building and sustaining effective and client focused communications and stakeholder initiatives to support and drive change. He undertakes a range of voluntary work in which he can use the skill sets he has developed - and which he believe will stretch him.

Stacey Campton


Stacey is Senior Manager, of the Ngarara Willim Centre at RMIT. Previously she worked in the APS for 20 years in various departments predominantly working in Indigenous Affairs. Stacey is keen to ensure regional and indigenous communities receive the benefits offered by physibles maufacturing. She is also an International Netball Umpire who now coaches and mentors national and international umpires and is a member of the International Testing Panel for International Netball Federation.

Neil Sharwood


Neil brings a wide range of experience to the Association including; strategic communications, business development, account management, facilities management, information technology and security. Neil has worked in both the public and private sectors with roles in Department of Finance, Sentia (formerly Media Monitors) and Australian Associated Press.

Arif Haque


Arif has been involved in various roles in both the public and the private sectors. As the IT Manager of a Federal Government Department, Arif was first to introduce and implement a web based national IT infrastructure covering over 63 sites across Australia. Arif is a passionate supporter of charities supporting kids with disabilities and has been involved with organising two fundraisings – one for the Bangladesh flood victims and the second one to enable purchase of library books for an all-girls school in Murshidabad, India. SBS TV did a cover story on the school which was also rebroadcast by CNN. Arif has developed an electric wheelchair for a range of disabilities and loves blues music. At times he plays rhythm guitar on his 60s and 70s era guitars.

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