Mr Daryl Koch  
Chair of the Board    

Daryl is Principal of Canterbury Commercial Services (An Advisory firm for Risk, Governance and Compliance specialising in holders of Australian Financial Services Licences, and Company Secretarial Services for NFPs). Prior to his current vocation, Daryl was Head of Assurance (Australia) for a Financial Markets Operations Unit of a major Australian Trading Bank. He has a varied background in Risk Management over 35 years. Past roles include Foreign Exchange Trading and Advisory, Interest Rate Risk Management, Derivative Structuring and Synthetic Debt Structuring. Daryl is experienced in NFP businesses including past Chair of the Victorian Chapter of the Finance and Treasury Association, Past Board Member of a Melbourne Private Member’s Club, Past Deputy Chair of the Disciplinary Tribunal of the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), Immediate past President of the Victorian Divisional Council of the IPA. Currently, in addition to client advisory. Daryl is Board Director of Association of Accounting Technicians Australia Ltd and a member of the ASIC Business Advisory Council.

Mr Reece Agland

Reece is an experienced policy advisor and superannuation expert, having worked at the ATO, the Institute of Public Accountants and Taxpayers Australia.  Reece recently completed a Master of Public Policy and Management at the University of Melbourne and has undergraduate degrees in Law and Commerce, also from the University of Melbourne. Reece believes that bookkeepers are an integral part of the tax system and that the revival of the AAT is vital to this sector. He is keen to work on promoting the AAT and its members.

Ms Rochelle Park
Chief Executive Officer           

Rochelle is the Chief Executive Officer of AAT Australia and has enjoyed an extensive career as a bookkeeper in practice.  Rochelle is passionate about supporting the needs of small business and bookkeepers.  Rochelle's experience extends too many years of educating bookkeepers during their studies and in the early stages of establishing their practices, whilst gaining experience and growing confidence.  Currently studying the Masters of Business Administration at Deakin University, Rochelle is inspired by the vision of supporting AAT Australia members in achieve success in their careers and the continued growth and recognition of the professionalism of accounting technicians.

Ms Lielette Calleja

Lielette Calleja is the founder and director of All That Counts and has been assisting her clients with their bookkeeping and management accounting needs since 2004.
Prior to starting up her own business Lielette held senior finance positions in the commercial private sector primarily in the entertainment and music industry.
Lielette wanted to take her corporate governance experience from big business and apply it to small business.  She believed that being small does not mean you need to think small and nor should you have inadequate financials. 
Lielette is a long-time industry advocate for the accounting and bookkeeping profession and is extremely passionate about the upskilling and training of BAS Agents to ensure their skills remain relevant for tomorrow and beyond.
Lielette is the Public Officer & Secretary for the Sydney Hills Business Chamber and previously held the position of Treasurer. 
Lielette is the recipient of several awards.  In 2019 she was the winner of Accountant’s Daily Editor’s Choice Award for her dedication to championing professionalism and progress in the Australian accounting industry.  In 2017 her firm was named Australian Intuit Firm of The Future and in 2016 Lielette was awarded the Sydney Hills Business Person of Year.

Mr Morris Kaplan

After graduating from Sydney University, Morris began his career as an engineer working in the electronics sector, moving into management after gaining an MBA from the MGSM. Later, working in stockbroking and investment banking, he built an expertise in finance including a role as non-executive director of a listed technology company. He has founded several start-ups, including a publishing company specialising in business books. He is co-founder and Executive Director of membership site the BookkeepersHub.

Ms Cassandra Scott

Cassandra Scott worked in Public and Private Sector organisations, prior to starting her own bookkeeping practice in 2005.  Combined, she has over 33 years’ experience providing bookkeeping, consulting, administration and business support services across a range of industries.
She is recognised nationally as a bookkeeping specialist and provides mentoring services to other bookkeepers, and regularly contributes to ongoing discussion and development of programs to increase the professionalism and evolution of the bookkeeping industry.
In 2016, Cassandra launched the Bookkeepers in Practice (Australia) Facebook group – a forum that provides a platform for collaboration, support and mentoring for owners of bookkeeping practices.  With a membership base of over 1500 practice owners, there is a continuous focus on raising the bar and professionalism of the industry.  Cassandra wants to see a far greater industry focus, on collaboration between bookkeepers and accountants, with a focus on high quality advice to clients.