Executive Leadership Team

Anita Kaminski
Senior Conciliation Officer
Anita Kaminski

Anita is the Senior Conciliation Officer of the Accident Compensation Conciliation Service and has led the organisation through a period of significant change to become an independent Statutory Authority.

Anita has national accreditation in mediation with highly developed skills in dispute resolution, and diverse experience with over 26 years' experience in workers' compensation, including 17 years in alternative dispute resolution.

Anita has specialist expertise in developing partnerships and building productive stakeholder relationships with a focus on delivering improved outcomes for clients.

Anita is currently studying a Master in Indigenous Knowledges (cross-cultural mediation), and has completed a Master in Workplace and Employment Law, a Graduate Diploma in Behavioural Health Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology/Marketing).  She is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

An inclusive leader, Anita is a highly motivated and ethical professional who has a strong commitment to the ACCS and its future direction.

Tony Mastroianni
Chief Financial Officer
Tony Mastroianni

Tony has worked with the Victorian State Government in the Essential Services Commission's Corporate Finance Division, from October 2004 to February 2017. He was the Chief Financial Officer from 2006 to 2017 after progressing from a number of Senior Finance positions. Previously he worked with KPMG in the Corporate Services Division as a Senior Management Accountant / Financial Analyst.

His strengths include people management and leading teams. Tony has extensive experience in strategic planning and implementation, budgeting/forecasting, risk management and project management. System capabilities include Oracle and SAP – having worked in large environments on both systems.

Earlier roles include working at Robert Bosch Australia in Clayton, as the financial controller of one the largest manufacturing areas of the organisation. He commenced his career at BP Australia Ltd working in a number of finance and strategic planning roles across a nine year period.

Neville Murray
Operations Manager

Neville Murray 

Neville has extensive experience in workers compensation and management gained from diverse roles across the insurance and dispute resolution sectors. He also holds a Graduate Certificate in Business Management from the Mount Eliza Business School.

He was appointed as Operations Manager ACCS in 2008 and is responsible for the management and oversight of the operations of the ACCS with a particular focus on delivery of efficient and effective administrative support to the Conciliation Officers.

Having specialised in the management of alternate dispute resolution service, Neville is solutions and client focussed and works closely with the Senior Conciliation Officer, Senior Executives and ACCS stakeholders to enable the service to effectively resolve workers compensation disputes between workers and employers.

Sharon Hutchinson
Human Resources and Change Management Director
Sharon Hutchinson

Sharon Hutchinson is a uniquely innovative senior human resources executive with a strong generalist Human Resources and Organisational Development background. Sharon has extensive experience in delivering results in large, complex, and changing organisations. Sharon has more than 20 years work experience predominantly in the public sector including in  Local Government, NFP, Finance Sector, Community Services, Health, State Government and Diversity/Employee Relations consultancies.

Sharon is accustomed with working at all levels of an organisation, including providing executive leadership and working closely with Boards.  Sharon has recently led a successful transformational change process and large scale HR and OD projects that cover all aspects of the employee lifecycle within the Environment Protection Authority.

Sharon also has extensive experience in the leadership of broader corporate functions including: Corporate and Business Planning, Advocacy, Governance, Continuous Improvement, Risk Management, Customer Service, Finance, Social Policy and Community Planning,  internal communications, administrative support, facilities management, and social policy and diversity.

Sharon has a Graduate Diploma in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, is a certified member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (CAHRI), is involved with a number of HR/organisation development networks, and is currently completing an Executive level leadership program.