Professor Andrew O’Loughlin, PhD
Chief Academic Officer
Andrew was previously the Academic Director at ATMC, and prior to this, was an Associate Professor at La Trobe University and Director of the La Trobe MBA Program. He has worked at Deakin University and Monash University in Australia and the University of Surrey, Cranfield University, London Business School and Henley Management College in the UK. Prior to a career in academia Andrew has over 20 years of managerial experience working across Europe as an Operations Manager with GKN Plc, a consultant with Asiawide International Ltd based in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, and serving as a Detective Inspector with the Royal Hong Kong Police, and in his early working career in banking and finance.
Andrew completed his Ph.D. at Henley Management College and is an expert in problem-solving with high-performing teams. He also holds an MSc in Technology and Innovation Management from the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex and BA(Hons First Class) in International Relations with Development Studies.
Andrew has consulted extensively with: IBM, Ford Europe, Continental Tires, Vodaphone, Toyota, Bradford and Bingley Building Society, Barclays Bank Plc, the British Armed Forces, Westland Helicopters, Normalair-Garrett, Honeywell/AlliedSignal, GKN Plc, British Airways and Loy Yang Power as well as with numerous small and medium-sized enterprises. Andrew has also worked as a consultant to the Australian Federal Government.
Lynne Clements, BA (Ed)
Director of Student Services & Campus Operations
Lynne Clements was appointed as the Director for Student Services, ATMC in May 2017.
Lynne has a responsibility to provide overall leadership and management of all student service functions and campus operations across the five ATMC Higher Education Campuses in Sydney and Melbourne. She oversees the continuing development and implementation of a comprehensive Student Services Plan based on high-quality student experience; designed to increase student engagement to ultimately build retention and academic performance and completion rates of all ATMC students. Lynne manages a team of staff focusing on providing strong student support.
Lynne has had extensive experience in senior administrative positions within the higher education across three Universities in Australia, including The University of the Sunshine Coast, Swinburne University and the University of Wollongong. She has had experience in the areas of international education, faculty, research, human resources, philanthropic donor management, scholarships, alumni and Chancellery Office responsibilities.
Prior to working in higher education, Lynne has run her own start-up business and has run a business delivering administrative services to local business operatives, and has worked in both the legal and pharmaceutical industry; along with participating in industry-related Professional Business Network groups.