Stephen McIntosh (FAusIMM)

Stephen McIntosh (FAusIMM)

Chair, Datarock, Non-Executive Director, Chalice Mining, Advisor, EMR Capital and Critical Minerals Consortium , Member, Rewiring the Nation Investment Advisory Committee, Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), and Director

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

Stephen McIntosh has more than 37 years of global experience in the resources sector. He spent 33 years with the Rio Tinto Group culminating in the role as Group Executive Growth & Innovation. 

In that role he had accountability for most of Rio Tinto’s global technical functions including exploration, studies, construction, technical services, information technology, data science, robotics and automation, R&D, asset closure and for the last year he also led the global Health, Safety, Environment, and Security function. This accountability also included areas such as mineral processing, energy projects and latterly climate change.

Stephen is a geophysicist by training and holds a Master of Science from the University of Auckland. He is a director at the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA); a non-executive director of Chalice Mining, and a director and chairperson of Datarock Holdings. He is also a senior advisor to EMR Capital, a member of the Rewiring the Nation Investment Advisory Committee at the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), and an advisor to the Monash University led Critical Minerals Consortium.

Stephen McIntosh (FAusIMM)