Our Management Team

BHC has over 70 members of staff who work in specialised teams including Housing Management and Asset Services, Project Development, Strategy and Communications, Financial Services, Human Resources and Administration Services.

Our Management Team leads our larger staff team and is headed up by our CEO, Rebecca Oelkers.

Our Management Team

Rebecca Oelkers

Chief Executive Officer
  • Rebecca Oelkers is BHC’s Chief Executive Officer. Rebecca has worked in the affordable housing sector for over two decades, including 15 years in executive roles within BHC. She leads a growing team of 80 staff who have delivered more than 2,000 homes across 45 developments since 2002. Most recently Rebecca led BHC’s involvement in the Queensland Government’s Housing Investment Fund, securing partnerships with institutional investors to grow the supply of social and affordable housing by up to 1,200 homes in Queensland. Rebecca is committed to providing safe, secure and affordable homes, with BHC delivering services, beyond housing provision, to empower residents to reach towards their goals. Rebecca is the Deputy Chair of CHIA and a Board Member of UDIA Queensland. She has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Arts, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and recipient of the 2018 UDIA Women in Leadership Award.

    Rebecca is a passionate advocate for affordable housing issues and has presented at national, state and local housing forums on housing affordability issues.

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Jamie Muchall

Chief Operations Officer

Jamie Muchall is the Chief Operating Officer at BHC. With over 15 years’ experience in the affordable housing and property development sectors, he is interested in collaborative housing policy solutions, creation of new programs and research for non-profit and residential property applications.

Jamie is passionate about building communities and creating solutions and innovative ideas to solve the problems that beset our communities. Prior to BHC, Jamie held executive and senior management roles at some of Australia’s largest community housing providers in strategic, operational and development roles. Jamie is the President of the Australian Housing Institute and a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing, Australian Institute of Company Directors and has been a volunteer director of the Community Housing Industry Association Queensland

Peter Garrone

Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary

Peter Garrone is the Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary and brings over 20 years of corporate finance, treasury, accounting and commercial experience to BHC.

Peter has worked both in Australia and overseas across multiple industries with a particular focus on the property development and engineering sectors. He has advised both governments and private sector entities in relation to financing and commercial arrangements for long-term infrastructure assets, including Public Private Partnerships.

In these roles Peter has successfully negotiated and raised corporate and project specific funding (equity, mezzanine, bank and bond) to facilitate business growth.

Peter holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws, is a qualified Chartered Accountant and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Peter also serves as Director and Treasurer of the Community Housing Industry Association (Qld) Limited.

Greta Egerton

Projects Director

Greta Egerton is the Projects Director leading BHC’s Development Team.
Greta has over 20 years’ experience in real estate business development including strategy, transactions (acquisitions and disposals), advisory, due diligence, negotiation and risk assessment. She also has experience in town planning, urban design, property development and project management.

Prior to joining BHC, Greta held senior positions providing advice on planning, development and infrastructure and gained extensive experience in project management and transactions in her role with Stockland. She has post graduate qualifications in Project Management and Town Planning and has a Bachelor of Science in Australian Environmental Studies. Greta has been an active member of the Property Council of Australia (QLD Division) with positions on several committees.