Chief Executive Officer
Michael Haddon joined Corearth as CEO in July 2007.
Michael is a multi-lingual executive in the technology market with extensive global business experience. Prior to joining Corearth, Michael successfully managed numerous international companies (private and public) in Africa, AsiaPac , Europe and Americas.
Michael holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, a Bachelor's Degree in Electronics Theory and a Master's Degree in Business Administration.
Warwick Magee was appointed to the Change Management role in February 2014. After joining Corearth in 2005, Warwick held joint roles as Quality Manager and EME Services Production Manager responsible for ongoing NATA accreditation and delivery of EME assessment services to the telecommunications industry. He was appointed Manager, Environmental Services in February 2009.
Before joining Corearth, Warwick was with Crystalaid Manufacturing, a design and manufacturing house for the medical device industry. From 2003 he held several quality assurance roles with the company, serving as Quality and Reliability Manager from 2004.
Warwick holds an Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Victoria University and a Doctorate in Engineering from the Queensland University of Technology.
Craig Wrightson was appointed Business Manager in July 2013. He is responsible for establishing and managing new business opportunities and sales activities. Craig joined Corearth's EME Services team in February 2009, and after holding key roles in customer liaising and project management, was appointed EME Services Manager in October 2010.
Before joining Corearth Craig worked as a Communications Technician. He was involved at a project management level in both NSW Government Radio Network installation and Telstra Next Generation Network role-out. Craig's previous work has allowed him to travel throughout Australia working on various types of communication equipment.