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Key People

Co-founderChris Moss


A graduate of UNSW’s prestigious Masters program majoring in Strategy and Management, Chris has built 15 years of military and industry experience as a public and private sector leader. Thriving in diverse and complex environments, from war zones in the Middle East and North Asia, through to high tech, fast moving organisations in Australia and the UK, Chris is a career leader.

Commended by the Australian Defence Force for his leadership in Kandahar in 2012, Chris is now the chief architect of the Company's vision to align profitable enterprise with social accountability.

Chris believes that any business can be profitable with the right balance of rationalised products or services, specific objectives, empowered people and pragmatic resourcing. But to last, it must be entwined with a sense of purpose centred on enhancing and enriching the very community that surrounds it.

Chris is the Co-founder and Chairman of BMCorp.

Co-founder and Managing DirectorDavid Ballantyne


An academic foundation of Law, Business, English and Philosophy, shaped by 15 years of command and leadership as a Combat Officer in the Australian Defence Force, gives David a unique perspective of the business landscape. Military endeavour has taken David across North and East Africa, the Gulf States, Western Europe, Middle, South and East Asia, and the Pacific. He has been decorated for his work both in and out of combat zones around the world, including as a recipient of the US Bronze Star medal while leading multi-national forces in Afghanistan in 2009-10. Additionally, David has worked in Network Centric Warfare in concert with Defence Science and Technology Organisation and Israeli electronics international Elbit Systems Limited. David’s non-military career includes civil telecommunications in both Australia and Great Britain, and most recently his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of HomeFront Australia. David’s personal business philosophy cultivates perspective and agility as the enablers of opportunity. David is the Co-founder and Managing Director of BMCorp and the Chief Executive Officer of HomeFront Australia.

Technology DirectorJonathan Brown


With an academic and professional grounding in mechanical engineering and information technology, Jon joined BMCorp due to his original approach to systems architecture and logistics.

Through years of strategic asset management, Jon has developed an industry-leading understanding of how information management, logistics and people coalesce to create transparent, navigable and auditable systems.

He combines this innovative technologist perspective with process driven formality to achieve best practise in information systems and asset management.

Jon manages the information technology and systems of BMCorp in addition to his key role as HomeFront Australia’s Chief Information Officer.

When not in the office, Jon can be found racing vintage cars at Lakeside Raceway, or deep in the bunker of one of Queensland’s many golf courses.

Our People

Gordon Henderson

Gordon HendersonOperations Manager


A veteran of corporate Information Technology projects, Gordon has performed in major infrastructure and leadership roles for the world’s leading independent end-to-end IT services company for more than 15 years.

Experienced across all phases of major IT projects, from his authorship of strategic proposals to his management of the technical teams responsible for project delivery, Gordon has received numerous industry awards for his work with global technology powerhouses such as AT&T, Hitachi Vantara, Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprises.

Significantly, Gordon spent 11 years as a key manager of BHP’s IT infrastructure, responsible for coordinating desktop support, server support and service management for the resource giant's complex internal systems.

Gordon comes to BMCorp as the Operations Manager, responsible for the daily management of the company’s burgeoning technology portfolio.

Sarah Nelson

Sarah NelsonLead Designer


Combining her degree in Natural History Illustration with a Diploma of Graphic Design, Sarah has honed an individual design style characterised by a fully refined artistic sensibility and her deep grasp of visual communication principles.

As a designer experienced in a multiplicity of corporate projects over the last ten years, Sarah brings a keen eye and steady hand to the digital media requirements of BMCorp, its subsidiaries and partners.

Beyond her digital design skills, Sarah is a talented and accomplished artist having won multiple awards including the Commonwealth Bank Art Prize in 2009. Sarah employs these skills to produce illustrations and other commercial work in numerous media including pencil, pen-and-ink, watercolour, animation and mixed-media.

Sarah has been central to the aesthetic of numerous BMCorp projects since 2017.

When not strapped to her computer or sketchpad, Sarah can usually be found chasing wildlife with her camera.

Chris Martin

Chris MartinDeveloper


Graduating with a double major in Computer Science and Psychology from the University of Queensland, Chris has crafted the worthy reputation as an innovator and problem solver within the Department of Defence and private sectors alike.

Recognised within the Department by the Chief of Land Operations Division for his work in Distributed Human-Robotic Teams, Chris has been at the cutting edge of large industry-led technology projects, organisational systems architecture, software development and digital enterprise innovation for decades.

Since leaving the Department in 2012, Chris has focussed on independent contracting, providing specialist consultancy services to Small-Medium Enterprises and teaching mathematics and technology at various South Australian institutions, while also releasing a number of original applications and open source software.

Chris has been contracted to BMCorp since 2017 and, as the Consulting Developer, is responsible to the Technology Director for software development, including the Company’s flagship HomeFront Australia platform.