Glenn Davis

Glenn Davis

Board Director

Glenn is chairman at DMAW Lawyers, a firm he founded, advising in corporate and commercial law around Australia.

He holds board roles as chairman at Beach Energy Ltd, iTech Minerals Ltd and the AdRad Group and as a non-executive director at Mort & Co Ltd and A. Raptis & Sons. He also chairs the advisory boards of the Stratco group and Mitolo Family Farms.

In the not for profit space, he is a director of the HAS Foundation, the Kennedy Arts Foundation and Life Education South Australia spanning health, the arts and education.

Glenn holds tertiary qualifications in law and economics and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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