Meet the Board Members

Louise Cox

BBus(Mgnt), BBus (Accy), LLB(Hons), GradDipLegalPrac, LLM FCPA, FTIA, MAICD, FAIM

Louise Cox is both an accountant and solicitor, and is currently one of the Directors of the Chesterfeild Group, a multidisciplinary law and accounting practise. She holds degrees in law, accounting and marketing and is a fellow certified practising accountant (FCPA). Louise worked principally in the role of chief finance officer for both not-for-profit and for-profit organisations over a period of 16 years. She sits on a number of not-for-profit boards and is on the executive of the Caxton Legal Centre Inc’s management committee and is currently the Queensland President of CPA Australia.


David Pocock

ACT Brumbies

Dave Pocock is currently playing professional rugby for the ACT Brumbies in the Super 15 competition. Dave grew up in Zimbabwe and migrated with his family, to Brisbane, Australia, in 2002. In 2005, following playing in the Churchie 1st XV alongside the Queensland Reds and fellow Wallaby, Quade Cooper. Dave was approached by the new Super Rugby franchise – the Western Force – to join their outfit as an apprentice. He made his Super Rugby debut against the Sharks in Durban, just days after his 18th birthday and in late 2008 Dave made his Wallabies debut in Hong Kong against the All Blacks. His Wallabies call up came six years, to the day, after his family arrived in Australia having farewelled their farm in Zimbabwe following years of political and civil unrest in the African nation. David had always wanted to give back to Zimbabwe and in 2009 together with Luke O’Keefe began Eightytwenty Vision.


Luke O’Keefe

B.A (History)

Luke O’Keefe graduated from Murdoch University  in 2001 with a B.A in History. After being involved in the not for profit sector for over 7 years, where he pioneered new entities, ensuring their growth administratively, financially and relationally. He was looking for a new challenge when in 2008 he travelled to Zimbabwe amidst the turmoil of hyper inflation and shortages in food. Upon his return from Zimbabwe he together with David Pocock began Eightytwenty Vision.