Secretary & Party Agent
Susie grew up on the Northern Beaches and is lucky enough to call Manly home.
She started her career in research at Macquarie Equities before joining BT Financial Group as European Equities Strategist and later as Head of Global Financials where she gained valuable international experience. Sick of jet lag, she shifted to domestic markets as a Director at ING Investment Management and Lodestar Capital Partners.
Susie is a committed environmentalist and an optimist. She is excited about the opportunities and challenges arising from the community’s transition to net zero emissions. She serves as Treasurer of community group Zero Emissions Sydney North. In her spare time, she loves hanging around Manly with her family. Her son attends Manly Village and her daughter is in high school.
Environment & Local Government
Jeremy Bingham has been a Manly resident since 2003. He has a strong commitment to the local area and the principles of local democracy.
Jeremy was Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney from 1989 to 1991 and has over 48 years in legal practice specialising in local government, development and town planning. He currently operates as a consultant delivering strategic advice on council matters.
Having acted for many private citizens in their disputes with councils, Jeremy advocates that all councils should be fair, unbiased and reasonable in all their dealings. Jeremy also believes that State and Federal political parties have no place in local council administration. He is also a keen kayaker, bush walker and theatre goer.
Media & the Environment
Janne has lived in Manly for the past 15 years and can't imagine ever living anywhere else.
Her first career was in medicine - working mainly as an Emergency Medicine doctor at Royal North Shore Hospital. Her second career, which was more fun, was in journalism. Janne worked for the North Shore Times (sister to the Manly Daily) covering health and local politics, which she found unexpectedly exciting.
She brings to Good For Manly a knowledge of print media from the inside, and an understanding of how important it is for local government to get things right. She enjoys writing - in particular making complicated topics accessible to people who aren't experts, and working online.
Mark Is a successful local businessman, who has run his own health and wellness company Qi Health & Yoga since 2001.
In an earlier incarnation Mark spent 21 years in international marketing working with major brands with several large multi-national companies, before striking out on his own.
As a successful small business owner he’s focussed on improving facilities and opportunities for the local small business community.
As a yoga teacher and trainer, and local resident for 20 years, honesty and sound values are central to Mark’s work, and are what led to his interest in the independent and transparent approach of Good for Manly.
Mark has (mostly) raised his family on the Northern Beaches. He is passionate about the environment and loves the bush, hiking, cooking, music and (of course) yoga.
Transport, Finances Innovative & Strategic Thinking
Stephen has lived in Manly since 2000 and is a passionate advocate of living and working locally. He brings skills in transport solutions, financial services and strategic and innovative thinking to Good for Manly.
Stephen is the founder of Zipidi - a smart mobility company developing sustainable transport solutions with customers globally. He has held senior executive roles with National Australia Bank, Commonwealth Bank, ANZ, Optus and Mastercard over the last 25 years in Australia, USA and Asia. A regular visitor to Silicon Valley, he is aware of current business trends and is actively pursuing opportunities to bring innovative companies and services to Australia. He is a leading advocate for sustainable transport solutions, including eScooters, eBikes and other car-free local solutions.
Stephen is an ocean swimmer and a member of Manly Life Saving Club since 2002, where he has been a Patrol Captain, Instructor, Club Vice-Captain and Vice President.
Event Management & Communication
Wendy Marceau moved to Manly 22 years ago and loves the lifestyle it has to offer.
Her early career was in research in the agricultural sector, and for the past 35 years has been in a number of fundraising roles at at the University of Sydney.
Wendy’s interests are the environment, better public transport options and keeping Manly as a great place to live. She loves kayaking both locally and overseas and enjoys yoga, gardening and the theatre.
Parking, Business, Governance
Craig is Mr Parking with three decades of experience in the car parking industry, including ten years as CEO of Wilson Parking, Australia's biggest parking operator.
He understands the issues associated with parking and related traffic and access requirements, and has first hand experience of analysing problem situation and turning the around. Craig's other focus is governance - the necessity for structure, procedures and correct process in running a large and successful business.
Craig and his family have lived in Manly for over 25 years, with both children attending Manly Village Public School. Since retiring from Wilson Parking in 2015 he has been able to spend more time at Manly Golf Club and surfing at North Steyne.
Roger loves the relaxed, beachside atmosphere of Manly and considers it to be one of the most beautiful places in the world, especially given its relationship to the international city of Sydney.
Roger practiced architecture in London, Bermuda and the Caribbean before returning to Sydney to take on the directorship of one of Australia's most prominent architectural practices. After ten years working on major national and international projects, he successfully operated his own Sydney practice for a further twenty years, specializing in marine, hospitality, retail and residential projects and attracting international, national and local clients.
Now retired, he maintains an interest in development projects in the municipality and their impact and is passionate about the general well being of the Manly community.
Roger enjoys art, especially Aboriginal and abstract art and is enthusiastic about good design, particularly in the built environment. He is well travelled, enjoys good food and loves to swim and surf.
Mark de Teliga
Social Research & Mental Health
As a sociologist and psychologist, Mark’s background is researching changes in Australian society and culture as well as consumer behaviour and market research.
He has had a long career in business including Market Research Manager of John Sands, Planning Director of McCann-Ericson and Saatchi & Saatchi, Managing Director of The Ball Partnership, CEO and partner of OMON Advertising and General Manager of Fox Studios.
Mark founded his own company, Benchmark Research, in 1982.
An active member of the Manly community, Mark volunteers his professional assistance to manly local groups.