Captain Moxham was responsible for founding the IAC Group of Companies. He led IAC in negotiations, development, and support for all our client airlines.
Captain Moxham was a Graduate of the No. 1 Course Airline Pilot Training Scheme, Qantas (forerunner of Cadet Scheme). He served 27 years with Qantas, and upon retiring in 1988 he held the position of Senior Check Captain B747 and Master Navigator. His flight experience was on the L1049, DC-3, DC-4, L188C, B707 and B747. Captain Moxham also had extensive commercial airline experience serving as an executive with Canadian Pacific Airlines.
IAC was founded when Captain Moxham prepared and formulated the structure to supply Air Pacific (now Fiji Airways) with B747 Check/Training and Line support. Captain Moxham personally led the Air Pacific Check and Training team and was responsible for training and final checks of Air Pacific’s B747 Captains and First Officers to Qantas and Australian CAA standards. Captain Moxham held both Australian and New Zealand 1st Class ATPLs for B747-100/200/300 and SP with Check and Training accreditation.
Captain Moxham was also Chairman of New England Pacific Airlines 1988 and served as a Board Member of a Statutory Government Authority for over 4 years.
Jim has been with IAC since 1996. Prior to being appointed CEO, Jim was IAC’s Director Marketing & Strategic Planning. Before joining IAC Global, Jim was with Air New Zealand’s Flight Operations and Training Department for some 28 years. As ANZ’s Contracts Training Manager and Flight Operations Lease Manager, Jim was responsible for marketing, securing and contracting ANZ’s training facilities in addition to the contracting of crews for ANZ. His experience prior to ANZ included 10 years in the New Zealand military with operational experience in Malaysia on secondment to the Royal Navy.
Jim has a great breadth and depth of experience in the aviation industry within the Pacific Basin and worldwide, having led numerous New Zealand government trade delegations and missions to Vietnam, India and China.
Svity Moxham has extensive international and Australian commercial experience, specialising in areas including corporate affairs, marketing and public relations. Previously, Svity has been engaged on special promotions for Qantas and operated as a consultant on international trade for a range of European governmental organisations.
Tara has been with IAC for over 20 years and during this time has worked in all facets of the operation, from recruitment, to finance, to contract negotiation. Tara is also responsible for international economic monitoring and forecasting.
Prior to IAC, Tara obtained a degree in Economics from the University of New England and spent a number of years in London and Edinburgh with management consultancy firms EuroAnalysis and EuroPA, specialising in public relations and corporate affairs for a number of major international companies (Grand Met, IDV, Geest, Scottish Whiskey Association, MMB, MLC, and more).
Philip has over 20 years of experience in agency operations and has successfully spearheaded IAC negotiations across the Asia-Pacific and in Europe and South Africa.
In addition to his role with IAC, Philip is actively involved in global agricultural investments. Previously, Philip was a commissioned infantry officer in the British Army, seeing active service in the Balkans and Northern Ireland.
Rebecca was appointed the Manager of Finance in September 2000. She is responsible for overseeing and advising the IAC Group of Companies, and can answer any financial queries you may have.
Rebecca previously worked for a chartered accountant firm where, in 1997, she became a chartered accountant. She has travelled and worked extensively overseas, particularly in Europe.
Stuart’s expertise is in business development, key account management and customer service. He has a successful background in FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods), having held executive and key account managerial roles within industry-leading organisations, most notably Treasury Wine Estates, Australia’s largest export wine distributor. Stuart has proven leadership, sales coaching and mentoring skills resulting from his extensive experience as a sales and marketing professional. Stuart’s other experience includes previously operating as General Manager for a large family enterprise and the development and management of the first cellar door operation in the New England region (winning numerous industry awards for excellence).
In all roles Stuart’s aim is to exceed his client’s expectations, endeavour to fully understand their business, and provide service that ultimately simplifies business operations. His aim at IAC is to provide exceptional service in a professional manner while always maintaining focus on the client.
Alison joined IAC Global in 2012. Prior to joining the team, she worked in a variety of senior administration and retail roles, ranging from retail store management, the management of her own business, and working with an agricultural software solution company.
Alison has a great enthusiasm for the aviation industry and is responsible for all aspects of IAC Global’s administration, including on-time payments of flight crew – a high priority! She has travelled throughout Europe, Asia and the Indian Ocean, including Mauritius and the Maldives.
Prior to IAC Global, Kaya completed her BFA in Writing at the Queensland University of Technology and operated as an editor and client manager in Australian small publishing business. She has extensive experience in editing and copywriting, client management, contractor management, and social media management.
Making an interstate move to study a Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Kaya carried her passion for assisting clients to facilitate their professional ventures from publishing to aviation. She finds working with pilots and airlines to facilitate successful employment outcomes rewarding, and is enthusiastic about working in the intersection of organisational psychology and aviation recruitment.
Jacqui joined IAC in 2003 and has worked in many facets of IAC Global’s operations, predominantly in operations and administration. Jacqui holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management with a commercial law major.
Prior to joining IAC, Jacqui managed the crop finance division for a cotton merchant in southern Queensland and prior to moving to Queensland worked for an accounting firm in Canberra. Jacqui has travelled extensively through Europe and North, Central and South America, and worked for a merchant bank and trading house in London.