MA, BA (Hons), Dip. Ed.
Gary Scarrabelotti is the founder of the Canberra-based business and political consultancy firm Aequum Pty Ltd.
In his capacity as Managing Director of Aequum and Director of its Aequum employee ownership consulting division, Gary combines roles as a political adviser and advocate on business issues with consultancy work on the design and implementation of Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs).
Gary studied history, philosophy, and languages at the University of New England and the Australian National University. As a student of the history and philosophy of employee ownership, Gary also provides training and advice for employees, management and union officials in the nature of employee ownership and its implications for, and applications to, workplace management and enterprise government.
Writer, Editor, Poet.
Lyle Dunne is a retired public servant, father of five and Canberra writer, editor and poet. He has written on tax, population, electoral reform and social policy generally, including in the IPA Review, Adelaide Review, and Quadrant.
Writer, Editor, Commentator.
David Kehoe is a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in History from the University of Melbourne and the author of the History of the Melbourne YCW, 1932-58.
Dave has 30 years’ experience in secular and religious journalism as a reporter, sub-editor and managing editor. In his time he has also spent 30,000 hours driving taxis. His interests include philosophy, theology, nature and the environment, novels and poetry, and history. Finally, he is a devotee of the greatest game in the world, Australian Rules.