Executive Breakfast Meeting
Hilton Hotel, Sydney
27th March 2019

The PWI will run a series of ongoing breakfast meetings that is an exclusive event for the executive directors and managers of our enhanced and corporate sponsors, and our invited guests.

The PWi is pleased to invite our Enhanced and Corporate Members to our inaugural PWI Executive Breakfast event, which is proudly sponsored by the Permanent Way Institution of NSW. The details of this event can be seen below

Executive Breakfast Event keynote speaker - Jon Lamonte

27 March 2019
7:00am for a 7:30am start. The event will be completed by 9:00am
Hilton Hotel, Sydney

Our Executive Breakfast Event will be held at the Hilton Hotel and will have Jon Lamonte, the recently appointed Chief Executive of Sydney Metro, as the keynote guest speaker. This will be a great opportunity for our executive membership to meet Jon, hear about his vision for Sydney Metro, and engage in an open Q&A with him.
Tickets will be by invitation, and will be offered in the next few weeks.



Jon Lamonte
Chief Executive
Sydney Metro
Transport for NSW
Jon Lamonte joined Sydney Metro as Chief Executive in November 2018, relocating to Sydney from his role as CEO of Transport for Greater Manchester. His portfolio in Manchester covered rail, bus, tram, highways, cycling and other forms of active transport; in this role he was responsible for delivering the largest transport capital program outside of London, including expanding the public transport network, smart ticketing solutions and a range of new interchanges.
Prior to this, Jon was the CEO of Tube Lines from 2011 – 12, where, as part of Transport for London, he was responsible for the maintenance, renewal and upgrade of the underground infrastructure on the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.
Jon joined from the Royal Air Force (RAF) where he fulfilled a number of senior operational roles and led major project delivery. His final role was Chief of Staff, Strategy, Policy and Plans, which included co-leading the Strategic Defence and Security Review into the maritime programme for the Ministry of Defence (MoD). Other senior roles included Director-General Finance for Defence Equipment and Support, the MoD’s £17bn a year procurement and logistics organisation, and running the RAF’s largest base, Brize Norton, with over 4,500 people and three fleets of transport and air-to-air refuelling aircraft. He served in the Falklands, Iraq and the former Yugoslavia.
An active member of the Institute of Directors, Jon has strong experience in leading change, driving efficiency and motivating large workforces. He achieved a PhD in History from Birmingham University in 2011.


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