Our Advisory Board

Advisory Board
We have assembled some of the captains of the sports and financial services industry within the Helix Advisory Board. Their role is to provide governance support, direction on our strategy and to draw on their extensive industry networks to help serve our talent and our consultants

Steven Trigg

Steven has considerable experience in a wide range of leadership situations – particularly in relation to business, service industries, sports management and media.

His business and Human Resource skills were initially developed with an international aviation company, requiring strategic management and leadership of HR and IR programs (including Enterprise Bargaining) – and extensive dealing and negotiation with government bodies. Those skills – and others such as strategic planning, project management and general leadership – have since been applied in senior management roles including the positions of Chief Executive at both the Adelaide and Carlton Football Clubs.

He has also served on a number of commercial and charitable Boards; and has completed a ‘Masters of Business Administration’ – to complement an Education Degree and a Management Diploma. Steven’s major strength is that he has extensive leadership and management experience with people in diverse and very complex and demanding organisations. Specifically, those strengths are in the areas of wine, elite sport, media/public relations, change management, policy development, project management, governance and general administration. He is married to Susie, and has two girls.


2018 – current Randall Wine Group Managing Director

2014 – 2017 Carlton Football Club Chief Executive Officer

2002 – 2014 Adelaide Football Club Chief Executive Officer

1997 – 2001 Adelaide Football Club Communications / Membership Manager

1991 – 1996 Lloyd Helicopters Pty Ltd HR & Administration Manager

1991 – 2001 ABC Television Sports Presenter

1991 – 1992 Sturt Football Club Senior Coach


2005 Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors

2002 MBA Southern Cross University (NSW)


2021 – current Helix Group, Chairman

2018 – current Onda Group, Chairman

2016 – current Elite Sport; Male Champion of Change

2007 – current Prostate Cancer Foundation (SA), Board member

2018 – 2020 GP Accelerate, Adviser

2018 – 2020 Adelaide 36ers, Chairman

Gregg Harris MBA

Gregg runs his own Career Coaching and Consulting Business – TurningPoint. Following a restructure at NAB in 2019, Gregg left the banking and finance industry via a redundancy after almost 25 years. His most recent role was State Manager. This role oversaw the entire South Australian retail and business banking divisions which included more than 700 employees, 280,000 customer relationships and over $20 billion in outstanding’s, plus encompassing the Northern Territory, Northern Western Australia, and Western NSW retail banking teams. Furthermore, Gregg led many projects and chaired numerous committees, these included Chair of Retail’s National Emergency Crisis team, Sponsor of the national service and sales approach and led NAB’s indigenous and remote community work post the Royal Commission. In 2016, Gregg was recognised with the NAB CEO award for outstanding leadership during the implementation of a billion-dollar origination platform whilst leading company high customer satisfaction results.Gregg has nearly 25 years’ experience as a Leadership Executive with exposure to the South Australia, Northern Territory, Western Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania markets. He started his career in a branch as a bank teller and progressed through a range of executive and senior management roles with NAB, and previously Commonwealth Bank and the former Trust Bank.

David McKay

David is a successful automotive industry owner with experience in new car franchises, wholesale distribution and auction houses. He has played top level football across three states – Penguin in Tasmania, Carlton in Victoria, and West Torrens in South Australia. In fact, David was the youngest player to pull on a Carlton VFL football club guernsey. He has been a player manager and an on-air sports broadcaster for channels 7,9,10 and 2 as well as radio with 5AA. David was a pioneer of player management, working with the AFL players association to develop player agent rules and regulations. Also, an accomplished number four batsman, David played district cricket with Essendon before transferring to Adelaide where he played his final days with the Hahndorf Cricket Club. The uncle of Australian one day cricket star, Clint McKay, David is a cricket and all-round sports tragic. He is passionate about providing junior pathways into sport, passionate about local communities and sharing his business and sporting expertise.