Paul commenced his working life as a Surveyor in the Australian Army. He is currently the CEO of Major Projects Group and a director of Major Projects Foundation. Paul is a keen sailor and recreational diver and has extensive experience working in the Pacific Region.
From 1982 to the present day, he has been involved in the decommissioning, deconstruction, hazardous material removal and remediation of industrial and marine structures.
The witnessing of oil leaking from many WWII shipwrecks drives his passion for marine conservation and preservation.
Wilma Adams considers herself as a human living on this planet. Extensive travels and working in many countries gives her the knowledge that we are all connected to each other and that we have to look after our fellow inhabitants and this wonderful place called EARTH.
Wilma discovered her love to the oceans and conservation through recreational diving on shipwrecks and understands that we need to do our utmost to protect our delicate ecosystems.
She lives by the famous Lily Tomlin quote “I always wondered why somebody didn’t do something about that. Then I realised… I am somebody”.
Pete Morris grew up in Australia and after studying human ecology, he spent much of his working life overseas, including many roles with Greenpeace International and some years in the field with Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).
As well as project management and research skills, he brings professional expertise in long-range UAV technology to the Foundation as one of its directors.