Landgate board

Landgate has a board that sets the strategic direction for the agency. Via the Chief Executive, this direction is implemented through the prioritisation of activities and allocation of resources.

Caroline de Mori


Caroline de Mori brings considerable and varied experience to the Board. Caroline is the founder and Chair of the EON Foundation working in remote Aboriginal communities across Western Australia and Northern Territory. She has over 20 years’ experience as an executive and non-executive Director and business owner working mostly in the resources and mining sector. A former journalist, Caroline was Deputy Chairperson and Director of LandCorp from 2009 to 2015, Chair of its Planning, Development and Communications Committee and Member of the Governance and Remuneration Committee.
In 2013 Caroline received the Australian of the Year WA Local Hero Award for her work as an Indigenous Health Advocate.

Anne Arnold

Deputy Chair

Anne Arnold contributes extensive experience to the Board. She is currently the Chair of the Heritage Council of Western Australia on which she has served for 10 years. Anne chairs Landgate’s Audit & Risk Committee.  
She previously held senior positions in several private and Government organisations involved in the property sector, most recently as the Chief Executive of the Real Estate Institute of WA.  
Anne has a long term interest in affordable housing policy and delivered the first comprehensive housing strategy for the State
in 2002. She continued to be involved in its implementation over the following decade.

Claire Poll

Claire Poll is a legal and corporate executive who brings over 25 years of experience at board and senior management level to Landgate. Claire has led strategy and corporate development for both small start-ups focussed on growth and financing, and for large mature organisations focussed on corporate transformation and investing in next generation assets and technology.
In 2017, Claire “rang the bell” on Nasdaq after listing a biotechnology company raising $120 million.

Monish Paul

Monish Paul provides extensive experience in strategy development and technology execution to the Board.  Monish currently leads a top-tier Digital Strategy Practice across Australia and New Zealand, advising clients on the intersection of business re-invention and emerging technologies. He is also a member of Landgate’s Audit and Risk Committee.  
He has held senior Partner roles over a 15-year career at Deloitte, and executive roles at Arthur Andersen and Australian Federal and State Government agencies previously.    
In 2014, Monish was appointed by the World Economic Forum (Geneva) as Founder of the
“Global Shapers Hub” in WA and has served on various not-for-profit boards in Perth.

Ian Callahan

Ian Callahan brings considerable experience to the board. Ian is a chartered accountant and member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Curtin University. Additionally, Ian is currently a Board Member of Innovation Central Perth, a joint initiative of Cisco, Woodside, CSIRO Data 61 and Curtin University as well as the Director of Bright People Technologies Pty Ltd, a start-up business providing web based people logistics, travel, compliance and verification services to a variety of industries.

Graeme Gammie

Chief Executive 

Graeme joined the State Government as a Business Planning Consultant and Risk Manager for the Department of Contract and Management Services in 1997. Prior to joining the State Heritage Office in 2009, Graeme was the Department of Housing’s General Manager of Corporate Development Services and Executive Manager of Fremantle Prison.

During his six years at Fremantle Prison, he created a new vision for the development and sustainability of this significant State heritage site, establishing it as a premier heritage tourism attraction. He was also instrumental in the Prison’s entry in the new National Heritage List and for setting the ground work for its inscription in the UNESCO World Heritage in 2010 - making it the first built environment in Western Australia to receive this honour.

While at the State Heritage Office, Graeme oversaw major governance and operational changes within the organisation, leading to the State Government’s decision that the agency become its own department on 1 July 2014.

Graeme joined Landgate as the Chief Executive in March, 2019.

This page was last updated on: 06 Sep 2019