The RAA Board of Directors is comprised of nine non-executive Directors elected by RAA Members.

The Constitution empowers the Board to appoint a Managing Director in addition to the elected members or casual Board vacancy appointees.

Kathy Gramp

President and Chair of the Board

Kathy Gramp joined the RAA Board in 2013 and is President and Chair of the Association and Chair of RAA Insurance Pty Ltd. Kathy’s experience spans a diverse range of Australian organisations. She is Director of Codan Ltd (ASX.CDA), Adelaide Community Hospital Alliance Incorporated, and QANTM Intellectual Property Limited (ASX.QIP).

Kathy brings skills and experience across a range of areas most notably Accounting & Finance, Executive Board & Governance, Risk Management, Mergers & Acquisitions, large scale Capital and IT projects, Insurance, Regulatory and People & Culture and is the Chair of the Group Governance, Nominations & Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Risk & Compliance Group Investment Committee and Appeals Committees.


David Osborn


David Osborn joined the RAA Board in 2020 and is Vice President, bringing skills and experience in the technology and consumer space. David has significant experience as a Managing Director and Senior International Director with Kimberly Clark Corporation, a Fortune 150 company. David is co-founder and CEO of DelTech Solutions which has supported the launch of Uber Eats into Australia and New Zealand.

In addition to technology driven manufacturing and supply chain roles, David has a strong global sales and marketing background and is experienced in the application of technology to enhance the consumer digital experience and improve organisational performance.

David is passionate about what the RAA can deliver to members across the areas of road service, insurance and travel and the important role RAA plays in advocating for road safety, improved road infrastructure and other mobility initiatives.

David is Chair of the Group Investment Committee and a member of the Group Governance, Nominations & Remuneration, Audit, Risk & Compliance and Appeals Committees.

Peter Siebels


Peter Siebels joined the RAA Board in 2008 served as President and Chair of the Association and Chair of RAA Insurance Ltd between 2019 and 2023. Peter is a professional director and advisor. He is currently Principal of 4D Advisory Pty Ltd, Chairman of Hood Sweeney and the Electricity Industry Superannuation Scheme, a Director of RAA Insurance Ltd, GCF Investments Pty Ltd.

Peter has extensive Board & Governance experience and brings skills in Accounting & Finance, People & Culture, Insurance, Risk Management, Mobility & Transport, Government and Public Policy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Regulatory, and Investment Management. Peter is Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Risk & Compliance, Appeals and Group Investment Committees.

Victoria Angove


Victoria Angove joined the RAA Board in 2015. Victoria has a strong sales and marketing background gained from running a large, successful, consumer-oriented business and other business experience gained in Asian, North American and European markets. She is joint Managing Director of Angove’s Pty Ltd and a Director of the Australian Grape and Wine Incorporated and Independent Winemakers Group.

Victoria brings skills in the areas of Consumer, Board & Governance and Regional Issues and contributes to RAA’s corporate governance practices and investment in innovation and technology as a member of the Group Governance, Nominations & Remuneration Committee and Group Investment Committee.

Kim Cheater


Kim Cheater joined the RAA Board in March 2023. Kim is an experienced Non-Executive Director. He is currently Chair of the SA Museum and Alwyndor Aged Care and a Director of, ReturnToWorkSA, RAA Insurance Ltd and Australian Unity Ltd as well as a member of the Advisory Board for Sarah Construction, a Council member of Flinders University, Independent Chair of the Audit Risk & Investment Committee for Minda Inc and the Chair of the Warriparinga Advisory Team. Kim was formerly Deputy Chair of UnitingCare Wesley Bowden.

Kim is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

Kim was a partner at PwC for nearly 20 years and former Managing Partner of the Adelaide Office. He led the Governance, Risk and Cyber Security business of PwC in Adelaide for many years, as well as the Financial Services and the SA Government practice.

During his time at PwC, Kim led the firm’s national Reconciliation Action Plan efforts for over 10 years.

Kim brings strong skills and experience in the areas of Accounting & Finance, Information Technology, Digital, Cyber Security, Insurance, ESG and Risk Management. He is Chair of the Risk and Compliance Committee and a member of the Audit Committee.

Dr Stephen Holmes


Steve Holmes joined the RAA Board in 2021 and is Rural Generalist Doctor (Emergency and Obstetrics) practicing in Clare. He is a member is AMASA Road Safety Committee, State Chair of Rural Maternity Services Committee, SA State Councilor Australian College Rural Remote Medicine and Chief Obstetric Advisor SA Rural Support Service.

Steve brings skills and experience in the areas of Regional Issues and Government & Public Policy.

Jacqui McGill AO


Jacqui is a highly accomplished Executive and Non-Executive Director with broad strategic and deep operational leadership experience across a range of sectors. On Australia Day 2020 she was awarded an Order of Australia for her contribution to the Resources sector and her leadership on Gender Inclusion in the sector.

Jacqui’s career as a Director spans the Arts, Education and Resources sectors. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of Mineral Resources Limited, New Hope Corporation Limited, 29 Metals Limited and Gold Fields Limited. In these roles Jacqui Chairs Sustainability, Technical and Social and Ethics committees which oversee Social Investment, Environmental Policy, Community Relations, People and Governance both in Australia and globally.

During her executive career she held Chief Executive level roles within BHP for both BHP Mitsui Coal and Olympic Dam Corporation. Jacqui brings skills and experience across a range of areas, most notably Governance, Risk Management, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), Government/Public Policy and Regulatory and is a member of the Group Governance, Nominations & Remuneration Committee, Audit Committee and Risk and Compliance Committee.

Martin Small

BA (Hons), MA, GAICD

Martin Small joined the RAA Board in November 2019. Martin owns and runs a road safety and regulatory management consultancy operating across Australasia, Asia and Africa. He previously held a variety of senior government transport positions over a 25 year period including in his native New Zealand, and in South Australia as Director Road Safety and Registrar of Motor Vehicles. Martin is the immediate past President of the Australasian College of Road Safety and a Director of Football South Australia.

Martin contributes to the RAA Board in the areas of Risk Management, Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), Mobility & Transport, Government & Public Policy, Energy & Infrastructure and Regulatory.

Sharon Starick

BAgSc (Hons), MAICD

Sharon Starick joined the RAA Board in 2009. Sharon is a primary producer from the Murray Plains and is involved in rural and regional communities. She is Chair of Animal Health Australia and a Director of the Grains Research and Development Corporation, the Regional Investment Corporation, Murray Plains Farmers Inc and the Sedan Cambrai Football Netball Club. In the past Sharon has been Presiding Member of the SA Murray Darling Basin NRM Board and a Director of Nature Foundation.

Sharon contributes skills and experience in Board Governance, Regional Issues, Government and Public Policy, and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and is a member of the Group Governance, Nominations & Remuneration Committee.

Susan Crago

Company Secretary

Susan Crago was appointed as the Chief Governance and Risk Officer in October 2023 for the RAA Group and will lead the legal, governance, compliance and risk functions. Susan has worked at the intersection of the legal and finance sectors in senior roles for over 20 years. Susan began her career as a practicing lawyer before moving into the banking sector. Since that time Susan has held a number of senior roles at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank spanning areas such as legal, risk and compliance management, business continuity, risk and control maturity uplift, customer remediation and liaison with internal and external audit and with regulators. Susan has a demonstrated ability in leading large and diverse teams and has experience in delivering complex organisational changes.

Susan sits on a number of government and not for profit advisory boards and committees.