Our Executive Committee
Terry Mohn, Chair
Terry Mohn, Chief Executive Officer, General Microgrids, Inc, was appointed as a Director to the International Microgrid Association in March 2019.
Tertiary/Professional Qualifications: Bachelor of Computer Science Engineering Technology, Oregon Institute of Technology.
Positions held (relevant boards and Committees): Chairman, Microgrids, United Nations Foundation; Co-founder & Vice-Chairman, Gridwise Alliance; Chairman, Microgrid Alliance; Co-chair (emeritus), AMI Enterprise utility distribution standards development; Co-founder, OpenAMI; Co-founder and co-chair (emeritus) OpenHAN, UtilityAMI; Industry Advisor, University of California, Berkeley School of Engineering; Industry Advisor, San Diego State University, School of Electrical Engineering; Industry Advisor, University of California, San Diego Rady School of Management; Industry Advisor, US Dept of Commerce Smart Grid Federal Advisory Committee; Industry Advisor, US Dept of Energy smart grid and research; Industry Advisor, California Energy Commission, Emerging Technologies; Industry Advisor, Utility Standards Board; Industry Advisor, UCLA smart grid; Industry Advisor, UC Berkeley mechanical engineering and nano-technology labs; Elected member Smart Grid Interoperability Panel “Architecture Committee” SGIP-AC.
John Dell, Deputy Chair
As Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Prof Dell has changed the profile of engineering education and research at the University of Western Australia, dramatically changing the education model and focussing the research to be more industry focussed and collaborative between disciplines.
Prof Dell joined the Faculty in 1994, after working for 10 years in industry developing technologies for optoelectronics at Telecom Research Laboratories in Australia and space radiation effects at Matra Marconi Space Systems (now EADS) in France. He was appointed Dean of the Faculty in 2010 and was then appointed Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Faculty in 2017.
Prof Dell has more than 300 refereed publications. John’s work has resulted in the awarding of a number of US and Australian defence contracts. He is also a co-inventor of a number of patented device structures and fabrication technologies. He is joint winner of the inaugural DSTO/Australia Museum Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Support of Defence or National Security.
Erin Walsh, Director
Erin has 25 years’ experience in Management and Commercial Roles in the telco and information technology sector. Focusing on solving business problems with diverse technology solutions, she has worked with clients across multiple sectors including mining, transport, retail, utilities and State and Local Government.
Managing and promoting business change due to technology improvements has been a constant throughout her career, but none more so than now where the rate of change and digital disruption has accelerated dramatically. Customers have greater market and environmental awareness, and their expectations of businesses to trade 24/7 and be location agnostic, have permanently changed the economic landscape.
Erin is proud to represent Telstra as a founding member of the IMA and looks forward to contributing to the development of sustainable, reliable and commercially viable global solutions for microgrids, and the resultant customer benefits.
Bradley Farrell, Treasurer
Bradley specialises in providing consulting and advisory services to the Energy sector. His consulting experience covers strategy, transformation, capital projects, operations, corporate services and industry reform. Bradley’s service to the energy sector has included work in upstream oil & gas, electricity networks, and gas networks. He also has water experience.
Prior to joining the Board of the IMA, Bradley was a partner at a leading global professional services firm. In his 18 year career he completed many energy-focused work assignments related to: business transformation, capital projects and programs, enterprise performance management, business management systems, regulatory reform, process analysis and improvement, organisation design and development, and change management.
Memberships and qualifications
- Member of the Project Management Institute
- Graduate Business Qualification, Curtin University
Kathryn Granheim, Executive Director
Kathryn has 20+ years’ expertise in business strategy, new market development, investment evaluation, business development, stakeholder engagement and strategic partnering across energy, renewables, utilities, mining, oil and gas and transport sectors.
Appointed Executive Director in March 2019, Kathryn is looking forward to utilising her broad network, combined with her most recent experience in establishing a centre of excellence in advanced microgrids to help enable the growth and development of the IMA.